Five practical and affordable DIY tips to make your house more accessible
posted on July 14, 2015 - 3:12pm
From navigating tight bathroom spaces to working your way through a long hallway, homes can present many challenges when it comes to mobility and accessibility for those with neuromuscular disease.
Making large-scale modifications is always an option, but with the cost of renovations, it’s worth pursuing budget-friendly strategies first, says Amber Ward, occupational therapy coordinator at...
This is the second article in a series in which people with neuromuscular diseases tell how they've created low-cost, homemade devices to help with daily living. The first article ran in January.
Do-it-yourself tips from Steve Pesto Madison, Ala.; age 42 amyotrophic lateral sclerosis