If you're hardly in your forever home, you can likely make (non-permanent) adapations so your apartment works better for you while you're there, says Gabe Byars, OTR/L, an occupational therapist at Salt Lake Community College who specializes in working with people with MS. (Keep reading for those!)
If you're a bit more settled, think about how well your place will serve you down the line, especially given that your symptoms can change. "You have to think ahead. ‘Where am I going to be [with my MS] in five, 10, or 20 years?" Byars says. Obviously, no one has a crystal ball, but it's important to think through the possible scenarios.