This insight looks at your routine and measures how well you've followed your typical daily routine.
At Billy, we measure changes in routine because they can be an early indicator of an underlying problem. For example, someone feeling weak and unable to stand for a long time in the kitchen may only prepare one meal per day. Similarly, people who are not sleeping well may sleep later and miss breakfast or their morning medication.
Sometimes we intentionally change our routine to add a new hobby or activity. If this is the case, you can edit your daily activities to reflect your new routine.
When looking at this insight there are two things to think about. The first is whether your needs are being met. If you are finding it difficult to prepare meals, you should talk to your family about finding an alternative way to maintain your nutrition. The second thing to think about is what caused you to deviate from your routine. Is it a temporary illness from which you are recovering, or does this seem like a longer term change that requires additional support to keep you living independently?