Invisible disabilities

The vast majority of us with “invisible disabilities” have experienced this at least once.
In general, a disability is often used to describe an ongoing physical challenge. According to the Americans with Disabilities
"Ableism is discrimination or bigotry against people considered disabled by mainstream society."
4. Pause and ask. Sometimes that’s enough. When something just doesn’t seem right, it’s easy to jump for the low hanging
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted 25 years ago, yet we are still discussing the same issues for people with hearing loss. The terms "disability" and "access" have morphed into just meaning physical disability and physical access.
In your hurry to keep things neat and orderly, you didn't see the whole picture. You didn't see the wheelchair lift permanently installed into the back of my SUV, and you didn't see me unload my little girl's pink manual wheelchair that we use for "quick" trips.
In a circle of UCLA undergraduate scholars, we held a lively discussion about mice brains in lab research. Aside from the gory mouse termination details, I was fascinated by the array of research topics.