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Video Contest Urges People With Invisible Disabilities To Declare #IAmInvisibleNoMore

Thursday 15 February 2018


From Nasdaq's GlobeNewswire:


I Am Invisible No More

Video Contest Urges People with Invisible Disabilities to Declare #IAmInvisibleNoMore

Allsup and Invisible Disabilities Association raise awareness and help people connect through video storytelling

By Tai Prohaska
Source: Allsup
February 14, 2018
© 2018 GlobeNewswire, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Belleville, Illinois, Feb. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA), an organization dedicated to raising worldwide awareness of invisible disabilities, and Allsup, the nation’s premier provider of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) representation, today announced the launch of the #IAmInvisibleNoMore video contest.

Individuals living with invisible disabilities who upload their personal stories on video will be eligible to win prizes including a trip to Denver to attend the IDA Awards in October.

“Living with an invisible disability means struggling to get people to believe you when you explain how your condition affects you,” said IDA founder and CEO Wayne Connell. “Imagine being labeled as lazy or rude because people don’t appreciate how your illness makes certain activities impossible. This disbelief not only affects relationships, it can be a barrier to care and benefits as well.”


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