What is an invisible disability?


Invisible or hidden disabilities are disabilities that are not immediately seen or noticed.

For example, people with a physical disability that do not using walking aids. Individuals that experience hearing loss, but do not use hearing aids. People who have conditions such as autism, or ADHD. It is not immediately noticeable.

Psychiatric Disabilities— depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc. Or even  Epilepsy, HIV/AIDS, Diabetes.

The main thing about invisible disability is still a disability even if it is not visible . 

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