Non-visible disabilities: More than meets the eye
Non-visible disabilities make up the vast majority of disabilities worldwide, with chronic illnesses accounting for 96% of them, according to the World Health Organization. And still, most people only tend to count obvious, physical disabilities or people using mobility devices as the definition of “disability.” In this blog, we’ll examine a list of common examples…
In Canada, more than 6.2 million people identify as living with one or more forms of disability that limits their daily lives. I am one of a majority who lives with non-visibly disability.