Rheumatoid Arthritis Disability Makes Things Difficult
Rheumatoid Arthritis makes certain things difficult. From what I can tell, the classic list is opening doorknobs, jars, or buttons. I have found many more things to be difficult than that, so I thought I’d modernize the list a bit. Got any more ideas?
Rheumatoid Arthritis disability makes things hard.
No one thinks about…
- Peeling a sticker
- Closing Ziploc bags
- Opening a Band-Aid
- Using dental floss
- Tucking in sheets
- Killing a bug
- Washing hands
- Applying lotion
- Remote control
- Laptop on lap (hips / knees)
- Walking to the bathroom in the middle of the night
- Using clothes pin-type hangers
- Putting socks on a child
- Opening the refrigerator door
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