Invisible Disabilities: List and General Information Document List

Summary: Our data table below currently features 8 published articles, research papers, and documents from the Disabled World Invisible Disability category. While certain items in the list might have undergone updates, rewrites, replacements, or revisions, the default arrangement of the table below organizes data by descending publication date. However, users can conveniently search and sort the information using various configurations by clicking on the column headers. Please note that data sorting requires JavaScript to be enabled in your web browser.

Invisible Disability Publications
Document TitlePeer ReviewedPublishedUpdated
Invisible Illnesses: Underlying Medical ProblemsN/A2021/02/23
The Face of TBI Campaign - Kay StephensN/A2016/01/262018/04/30
The Invisibility of Disability in the U.K.N/A2015/04/132019/11/08
Invisible Disability and EtiquetteN/A2012/08/092019/11/08
Workplace Adaptions for Employees with Number Blindness Caused by DyscalculiaN/A2011/04/192019/11/08
Higher Health Care Costs for Metabolic Syndrome RiskN/A2009/09/172019/11/08
What Does Disability Look LikeN/A2009/01/142020/12/22
Anosmia: Having No Sense of SmellN/A2009/01/142022/07/22

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