Activity of Daily Living Self-Sufficiency Overview

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What is the Self-Sufficiency Intervention?

The Activity of Daily Living Self-Sufficiency intervention module tracks key areas of daly living that are common struggles for children with ADHD or lagging in social or emotional maturity.


Activity of Daily Living Self-Sufficiency information is obtained from the parent (or guardian), coparent, or a care provider specified by the primary Esteem Thrive user through their observations of the child.


The Esteem Thrive platform has completely automated the entire Self-Sufficiency assessment process:

Self-Sufficiency assessments are 100% taken electronically on the parent phone, tablet, or computer

The Esteem Thrive platform automatically sends notification to their email or smart phone.

While maintaining PHI the assessment taker isn’t required to login or create an account.

Every assessment is designed to be easily understood through graphics and color coding.

Self-Sufficiency assessments are automatically scored


Esteem Thrive will send a notification task to complete the Self-Sufficiency to be completed every 14 days. The assessor will be reminded every 3 days until completed


Esteem Thrive automatically creates trend-lines and insights to be viewed primally by the pediatrician but also by parents and behavioral health providers

The Self-Sufficiency Intervention has 15 question that include:

1.    Remembers to bring homework and supplies home

2.    Settles in to complete homework easily

3.    Completes homework in a timely manner

4.    Independently follow

5.    Independently cleans own room

6.    Independently completes chores

7.    Independently performs all personal hygiene needs

8.    Is aware of how his/her behavior impacts others

9.    Will change or improve behavior when he/she becomes aware it

       negatively impacts others

10.  Is able to complete chores, projects, and set goals

11.  Can complete multi-step instructions and tasks

12.  Accepts and uses constructive feedback and advice

13.  Cleans up after oneself, I.e. puts dinner plate away, picks up

       toys, belongings and cleans up behind self in bathroom

14.  Attempts to solve problems for himself/herself

15.  Changes strategies when efforts are not working

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