I live in a disabled apartment building. For the past few weeks, they have been installing central air in all our apartments. Five days a week, every week, half a dozen contractor workers come in and out of our apartments any time they feel like it between 8am and 4pm. They have keys, and don't even bother to wait for you to answer the door, they just use their keys and come on into your private home. They mess with all your personal belongings, even broke one of my computers, and get metal shavings and plaster dust everywhere. And if you dare to go out, they will be in your private home without your permission. They don't ask if it's okay to touch or move your stuff, they just do it. And they even laid a heavy metal hammer on my new computer that my insurance paid for after they busted the old one. They didn't break the new one, but could have. Now, if this is not bad enough, today we got a notice in all our doors that they have caught people sleeping and in bed in our own private homes!!! And that we should all be awake and dressed during their work hours of 8am to 4pm. How can they even possibly get away with ordering people who are physically ill and disabled to be awake and dressed all those hours, five days a week, every week and it's going to go on another month. I can't do it. I've been sleeping in my clothing and I get up when they come in if I happen to be resting. I am too physically ill for this. I don't feel like I'm in America anymore. It is the United States of the Soviet Union here. My private home is not my private home. My private property is not my private property. And now I'm being told I can't even sleep in my own bed in my own private home when I need to! And they come in with this attitude, like God forbid you should be doing something in your own private home, you better drop whatever you are doing when they come on in. Yes, this is what happens in a government HUD low income, disabled housing building. You are not a person. You are a thing that pays rent. I felt like saying, while you're busy peeing all over our Civil Rights and the Constitution of the United States, why don't you have a keggar party in my living room. They really gave us a letter today that we are not allowed to be asleep or in bed when the workers come in here anytime they feel like it. So how are we supposed to know when they are coming on in? And we're all disabled here and need to rest. When I have to lay down, in my own private home, I am going to do so. And if they don't like it, that's just too bad. I'm getting out of this building. My transfer came through today. Hopefully the one I'm moving to won't put us through this hell. They've been making me sick for weeks doing this. I've had to get up at six am just to be dressed by the time they come in here. And by the time they leave, I'm so sick from the lack of sleep, the banging, the hammering, the drilling and the stress. Then it triggers the whole tired but wired thing and I can't sleep. Get a few hours, wake up in killer fibro pain and have to hurry up and be dressed again. It's been a living hell in here for weeks. It has to be against the law to tell a person who has CFIDS/ME that they are not allowed sleep or rest a certain number of hours every day in their own private home!