7 Realities of the Invisible Becoming Visible with Wayne Connell: IDA Video Seminar

7 Realities of the Invisible Becoming VisibleInvisible Disabilities Association Founder and President, Wayne Connell shares 7 points about invisible disabilities and how to be a source of support to those who live with them.

This video is an excerpt from his seminar of the same name that he has given to various groups and organizations.

Wayne’s wife, Sherri lives with debilitating Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Late Lyme Disease and Chemical Injury.

 

7 Realities of the Invisible Becoming V-I-S-I-B-L-E

V = Vast
I = Invisible
S = Society
I = Individual
B = Believe
L = Love
E = Everyone

Wayne Connell, Founder and President
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About Wayne

Wayne is the Founder & President of the Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA). His inspiration for IDA is His wife, Sherri, who lives with Multiple Sclerosis, Lyme Disease, Neurological Chemical Intolerance, Traumatic Brain Injury and Anaphylaxis Food Allergies. Wayne is the Author of the booklet, But You LOOK Good! How to Encourage and Understand People Living with Illness and Pain. He has spoken at seminars, conferences, health fairs and banquets to create awareness, education and support. His personal experience includes that of a professional, multi-tasking husband caregiver with an extensive background in management, media and technology. This man on a mission quickly launched IDA into a world-wide outreach for millions living with invisible disabilities. Wayne and the IDA Executive and Advisory Teams reach out to others living with illness, pain and injury around the world. They bring encouragement and awareness about invisible disabilities to friends, family, co-workers and businesses through websites, projects, articles, pamphlets, seminars, events, videos, radio and social networks.

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