Hi. My friend, 48 years old with MS, is unable to drive and needs a wheelchair or scooter to get around. She is soon to be separated from her husband and is unable to live with other family members. I've had no luck in helping her find accomodation after browsing the internet, speaking with assisted living facilities (she's too young), or contacting the local MS chapter. Also, her finances are severely limited. Does anyone have other ideas?
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