My husband has been unable to work for almost a year because of CP. He can barely function, only out of bed a few hours a day. He is not a lazy man and always worked 12 hours a day if necessary. We are appealing his disability claim that was rejected. Meanwhile we are almost in foreclosure on our home, shutoffs on all utilities and can barely afford the copays for his meds. He is scheduled for surgery on Oct 2 but will not have it unless he hears disability will start because he is afraid they will take our home while he's in the hospital or home recovering. Does anyone know about disability? We have our congressman's office helping us and some lady who is supposedly a 'representative' to help get disability. I'm sorry to be whining but I am so tired of all this stress on top of worrying about my husband and the pain and nausea he is always in. Thank you all.
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