Living with ALS certainly has its challenges, which leads many of us to rely on workarounds.
These are creative, temporary solutions that solve an everyday problem; I first wrote about mine in “The ALS Workaround Dilemma.” But the key word here is “temporary,” because workarounds run the risk of failing or breaking down — usually when we least expect it.
And that’s exactly what happened to me in: Working Around My Workarounds
Do you have workarounds that help you live with ALS? Are they still working for you or, have they evolved into new solutions?