Adapting Your Home for Multiple Sclerosis


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Adapting Your Home for Multiple Sclerosis

Because daily activities — including leisure activities — can cause fatigue more quickly in people with multiple sclerosis, it’s important to modify your activity levels. And, because MS can make moving around difficult, making certain changes to your home environment may help conserve energy and increase independence.

Home Equipment for Multiple Sclerosis

If you have multiple sclerosis, an occupational therapist or rehabilitation specialist can recommend a variety of devices that are designed to make home care and daily activities more comfortable. Some examples include:

Along with appropriate medicationsexercise, and other management techniques, this equipment can help you maintain a good quality of life.

What Changes Can I Make in My Home for Multiple Sclerosis?

For those with multiple sclerosis, following is a list of the most common recommendations that can assist you in dressing, bathing, using the toilet, general hygiene and self-care activities, eating and drinking, working in the kitchen, cleaning, and shopping.

Not all of these recommendations may benefit your personal situation. Your occupational therapist or rehabilitation specialist can help determine which of these recommendations are best for you.



Using the toilet

General hygiene and self-care

Eating and drinking

Working in the kitchen



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