Schwarz is, in a word, resourceful, and you'll be surprised by many of these tips. Chapter 2, "In Your Home," begins with tip number 18: Rubber Bands. Yes, rubber bands. As Schwarz writes: "Rubber bands can add girth to handles on kitchen tools, hairbrushes and toothbrushes, and other household objects. Try adding rubber bands anywhere you need a little extra help gripping."
These are real-world practical strategies, many of which this reviewer had never thought of, and some of which add new twists on old saws ("To keep your body temperature down, bathing or showering in cool water is recommended for people wth MS. [But] start with warm or tepid water and gradually increase the coolness, giving your body time to adjust.")
Schwarz isn't afraid to mention specific time and energy-saving products by name-each chapter includes a resource list to easily locate anything that sounds particularly useful.
I'm not putting this book on the shelf. I'm leaving it right here on my desk where I can most easily get to it.
Demos Medical Publishing (2006), 114 pp., $16.95. 800-532-8663; http://www.demosmedpub.com/.