IDA on Disability.gov – Looks Can Be Deceiving

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

This article, Looks Can Be Deceiving, was Co-Authored by Kathe Skinner. Kathe is a Relationship Coach who lives with Multiple Sclerosis. She is also an IDA Executive Board Member.

Article Excerpt: Why believe? Why believe someone is ill and in pain when their appearance and circumstances may indicate otherwise? Perhaps their body is crying out in pain, the brain fog comes and goes and they alternate between moments of brilliance and a loss for words. How can we determine the extent of someone’s injuries and illness just by looking at them? … Read the entire blog here on Disability.Blog. Published July 25, 2012.

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