Last Wednesday we had to take Mum to A+E. We called the ambulance and had a 2 hour wait as it was considered to be a "non-life-threatening" event.
When the crew did turn up , they couldn't have been nicer!!
As expected, they had never heard of PSP and had no idea of the problems it causes BUT they were very interested and asked lots of questions and by the end of the journey they had an idea of the basics.
In future, I hope, if they come across someone else with the condition they can at least say "Oh yes, I've heard of that!"
Fortunately, they were able to sort Mum out in A+E and we could bring her home again the same day