Hi, this is my third attempt to post. Just lost my (LONG) intro for the second time . Don't know what I am doing wrong. So this time I am keeping it short. Husband, now 77 diagnosed with PD in 2015 then changed to PSP end of 2017. However think he had it as early as 2014, when he started with a cough, got diagnosed with slight copd and sleep apnea. then tremors in hand started and he started shuffling when walking stooped over. all signs pointed to PD but Dr changed it to PSP after battery of tests done for his dizziness. Neurologist saw the Hummingbird shape in the MRI Also PD meds din't help. He can take care of his needs (carefully). Still drives short distances, does not exercise except for 20 mins on reclining bike. went to PT and walked and did great there but got home and went back to shuffling and taking 15 steps to sit down. I have stopped nagging because he ignores me. Sleeps or sits in recliner with eyes closed most of the day. Eats candy all day , coughs and chokes , but doesn't cough at all at night or when he goes out. Lots of phlegm and saliva, sometimes drools. Has vacant stare. Very slow movements eg reaching for something. Bad balance but has only had 3 falls and do not think related to psp, more like low blood sugar signs/symptoms . Doesn't want to talk. sometimes takes a while to reply, if he even replies. If I am happening to be looking at him he will do the thumbs up/down. Has trouble expressing himself sometimes. Neuro says he has a slight delay in vertical gaze. Well I am going to stop here before I write more and lose it. Very grateful to this group. Have been lurking and reading for a while.