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Invisible Disabilities List and Information Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Invisible Disabilities category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Invisible Disabilities List and Information Publications

2016-01-26 : The Face of TBI Campaign - Kay Stephens : Kay Stephens promotes awareness of the silent epidemic of traumatic brain injury in a video titled - The Face of TBI.

2015-04-13 : The Invisibility of Disability in the U.K. : Disability within the UK is generally hidden from public view to an extent that disability is still pretty much invisible within modern society.

2012-08-09 : Invisible Disability and Etiquette : Information regarding etiquette and manners when referring to or relating to persons with invisible disabilities.

2011-04-19 : How to Adapt the Workplace for Employees with Number Blindness Caused by Dyscalculia : Dyscalculia is a neurological condition which impairs peoples ability to use and process numbers.

2009-09-17 : Higher Health Care Costs for Metabolic Syndrome Risk : Risk factors for metabolic syndrome obesity high blood pressure and elevated blood lipid levels increase healthcare costs.

2009-01-14 : What Does Disability Look Like - Hidden Disabilities : Can you always see a disability of course not as many disabilities are hidden or invisible disabilities.

2009-01-14 : Anosmia: Having No Sense of Smell : Anosmia is classified as an invisible disability as a person with anosmia has a lack of the sense of smell.

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