IDA on Disability.gov – Join the Expedition

IDA Founder, Wayne Connell is a regular Guest Blogger on Disability.blog by Disability.gov.

Article Excerpt: In recognition of National Disabilities Month, every October for the past five years, the Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) has hosted an awards banquet in Lone Tree, Colorado. On October 14th we will, “Join the Expedition” of caregiving and loving those living with illness, pain and disability.

See what an amazing difference IDA is making with awareness, education and support, as well as our incredible 2012 Award Recipients and Keynote Speakers, Antarctic Mike and Angela Pierce. This evening is bound to be a journey you will never forget! Read the entire blog here on Disability.gov. Published September 19, 2012.

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  1. too bad the pos at social security make people who are ALREADY going through a nightmare WORSE and worse. devastation to families. stress,making disabilities worse then they already are..etc.. ridiculous. i am disgusted by the government denying everyone who NEEDS to be on disability making them and their families go through hell because of something they did NOT ASK TO GET! do they think WE ENJOY losing our life? losing our ability to make money? it makes me seriously SICK i am going to be living in a homeless shelter..my parents have bloodpressure through the roof because they are so worried about me and my situation and are unable to help So a big F U to social security. they act like they r going to make us RICH or even live COMFORTABLY lol NOT guess they are trying to get us used to what its going to be like once they finally approve us.. AFTER WASTING YEARS with their family and their families health deteriorated the disabled and the family cuz the disabled CAN NOT GET HEALTH INSURANCE ANYWHERE either! thank you for that also..u pos.! i only pray the people who are denying everyone someday gets a dibilitating chronic pain disease and has to go through this SAMe crap..its called KARMA need to get people who actually have a concience and a brain in that office ASAP. my quesion is WHY IS NOBODY DOING ANYTHING TO FIX THIS BS???? really.. i have been trying to get help with vocational rehab to see if i am ABLE to work and they also STATED I AM NOT ABLE TO perform gainful emplyoment..I LOVE losing my $19.45 an hour job..sure..i love living like a bum I LOVE my elderly parents getting sick over this stress at their age..BS and someone needs to do something about this. I see crackheads living for free on it..free housing etc..friends on it able to work yet here i sit broke and miserable and losing everything unable to work…lost my car..losing my cats who are like my children!

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