Invisible Disabilities: the facts & figures

Emily has put together a great post which is so enlightening, especially for people who are not aware of the several “invisible disabilities” suffered by so many. Her info is based on those diagnosed patients in the UK, but the underlying significance is that this information can be a realistic comparison relating to patients of these diseases in the other countries around the globe.

Thank you, Emily.

A Prescription for M.E.

December 3rd is the UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year one of the sub-themes is ‘Including persons with invisible disabilities in society and development.’ Here’s an infographic with stats, symptoms and common misconceptions about invisible disabilities.

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