Multiple Sclerosis hampers your mobility. Adaptive tools will help you live with your Multiple Sclerosis. What may have seemed like routine tasks like getting dressed can become painful and labor intensive, as the disease progresses. Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to get on and take off. Counter-Top appliances like a food processor, grill-press machine, and crock-pot making cooking easier.
According to the National MS Society, about 2/3 of people with MS have walking difficulties, and many of those use walkers at least some of the time. In the previous article on mobility aids, I talked about foot braces and crutches and introduced walkers. Today, I am talking more about walkers. Walkers are like canes in that there is more to them…