sounds like you might be happier with a new neuro, one who listens to you and gets your facts straight. An MS diagnosis should be enough for the state aid paperwork without exaggeration, but I could be wrong. You need to sit down with this doctor and tell him/her about all the errors and your concerns.
The MacDonald criteria for MS (which is what most neuros follow) says you need to have another attack or relapse separated in time from your first presenting attack, lesion (s) on your MRI, and/or positive bands in your spinal fluid (showing the protein which results from the demyelenating lesions.) Right now, without a second attack, you are called "clinically isolated syndrome." This is what the neuro calls my husband, since he has not had a second attack, no new lesions or progression since diagnosis. But we're treating him, even if it's not "official" MS since he had so many lesions at presentation. Here's the full diagnostic criteria for you...since I've simplified it.