.Hello Everyone! I'm Amy Osborne and I have Multiple Sclerosis. I was diagnosed in 1998 with relapsing-remitting, as the years have passed it's developed into secondary progressive. I have a 28 year old son with autism who is the light of our life!! My husband is retired from the military, and accepted a job working from home. I asked him if this was going to be enough for him; a boring, computer based position when he used to be THE go to guy in the military? His answer was simple; "Amy, you supported me for over 20 years... now it's my turn to support you. I am a member of a program called the MS Achievement Center and it has been an awesome experience for me! The MS Achievement Center is the only program for adults with MS that provides physical therapy, occupational therapy, emotional support, and cognitive stimulation on a weekly basis. I’ve made friends that understand what I’m going through. I’d feel lost without this wonderful place. On February 25th, there will be a fundraiser called “The Race to Nowheroptimize theire” – it’s a timed stationary bike race to raise support for the MSAC. Would you consider making a donation? Donations help fund the therapies that are invaluable in helping people, like me, with MS quality of life.