Keeping Your Spirits Up While Social Distancing

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Whether you have a preexisting condition, have undergone recent surgery, or are simply trying to actively avoid a widespread community illness, staying home is often the best way to keep yourself and loved ones healthy. Isolation, though, can be more dangerous for your mental health. To help, we’ve gathered these tips to maintain wellness for your mind AND body during periods of social distancing.

Adaptive Technology for Living With Multiple Sclerosis

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We look forward to you taking full advantage of all that today’s latest innovations in assistive medical solutions can do to enhance your days and get you back into the driver’s seat of your own life. The choice is yours and the power is in your hands to make things better—you just have to know where to turn.

Cooking With Limited Mobility: 7 Tips for an Accessible Kitchen

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Lots of people don’t realize that there are several easy improvements you can make from items you may already own or can easily order online to help you make your cooking dreams come true. With these DIY tips, you’ll be able to design a kitchen that works for you and doesn’t cost a fortune in time or money.

What Kind of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Is Best for You?

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Orthopedic rehabilitation, in general, has the power to help you return to where you were, physically, before an injury, illness, or aging—or as close as possible to it. When working the parts of your system that need extra care, you’re going to need to put in real effort and set goals for yourself. You’ll thank yourself in the end once you’re feeling significantly stronger in mind, body, and soul.