Paul, a one-time Toronto tax accountant came to be a resident at one of our buildings after a long series of unfortunate events. In 1989, he was diagnosed with MS. His ability to function was further hampered in 2004 when he had the first in a series of 5 mini strokes. Along with that, he developed a bipolar disorder, which led to depression. His situation further deteriorated, eventually leaving him homeless in 2010. Paul’s plight came to the attention of our NLSS Housing workers who advocated strongly for his placement. Today, he enjoys the beautiful facilities, the garden, friendly staff and residents. “I am the luckiest man alive. Everyone at NLSS cares so much,” says Paul.