My hubby is still working full time after being dx in March of '05. So many young people seem to progress faster than someone in their 60's. If a person can't work until retirement age and has to resort to disability, how does one survive financially? He is only 41 and reading about many others with pd at this younger age it seems they are on disability in 5 yrs after being dx. Is it enough to live on? This has me soooo very worried. Can someone reply, please?
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