Rheumatoid arthritis patient and Arthritis Life host Cheryl Crow shares her tips and strategies for choosing a medication or pill organizer when you have arthritis or hand pain. She also explains how occupational therapists can help if you need personalized advice on this issue.
1) (Minute 0:06) – Introduction
2) (Minute 0:22) – Step 1: Determine size
3) (Minute 0:47) – Step 2: Choose one that opens easily
4) (Minute 2:45) – Step 3: Which will you actually use?
5) (Minute 4:11) – Conclusion: individualized decision!
6) (Minute 5:45) – Bloopers!
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