Updated March 18, 2021
When you, or a loved one is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, navigating changes in the home can be a challenge. Planning for home accessibility issues can be overwhelming. At HomeLift our trained advisors can help you tackle how to add a wheelchair lift, or stairlift to continue enjoying the home you love.
When one person in your household has MS, the whole household is now living with Multiple Sclerosis. In the beginning it can be daunting to start considering how to adapt your lifestyle to make living with MS more manageable. But with the right mindset, you may eventually be surprised at the creative ways you can find to make your life easier if you decide to learn and grow rather than wither as a result of your experiences.
There are many things you can do to make your home more accessible for someone with MS, both big and small. Some smaller changes you can make to increase the quality of life for someone with MS are installing rails in the bathroom to ease mobility, or even simply reducing clutter in the home. A bigger change that you can make is installing a wheelchair lift or elevator in the home, making all floors of the house accessible to all of the residents.
Click for complete information from the MS Society regarding accessibility in the home, National MS Society Organization.
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