Invisible Disabilities


What is an Invisible Disability? An Invisible disability is a disability or health condition that is not immediately obvious. It defies the stereotypes of what people might think a disabled person looks like. It is crucial to emphasize that a disability not being immediately obvious does not diminish its impact. People with invisible disabilities want to be treated with respect and as individuals—just like people with visible disabilities and the general population. Even though you cannot see evidence of a disability, the disability still exists. This podcast aims to raise awareness about invisible disabilities and provide guidance on how to seek help.


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