Tom Roberts

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a week before my 65th birthday. it's usually diagnosed when the person is in their twenties or thirties. my neurologist said the MRI indicates I've had it for many years. I am now diagnosed with secondary progressive MS. That means I won't get better but I will get worse. I have limited vision in my left eye only. My right eye is blind.I am a fall risk so I have to use a walker at all times. My last major fall was downstairs in our home and I fractured my spine. It took several months to recover. My wife passed away on March 3rd. It was her 61st birthday. She had breast cancer. I know I live alone with my dog. I am 68.