Sometimes it is not obvious that people have MS, They appear no different than anyone else . Others, use assistance devices and have trouble walking. And is it is clear that there is an issue . What is the case for you? Do you have invisible MS or is your disability apparent?
At my new weekly bingo sessions they take away our walkers and put them somewhere safe and out of the way of the isles where other elderly members may have trouble passing as the tables and gangways are rather close.
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