IN THE NEWS

 

InvisAbilities mentioned in the Toronto Star! Connection, inclusion and awareness starts here! 

“Raising the profile of ‘invisible’ illnesses” – InvisAbilities featured in “The Medical Post”, a newspaper for Canadian physicians.

InvisAbilities shout out by Queen's University's Principal, Daniel Woolf in his official report "The Third Juncture". He mentions the need to bolster advocacy and support initiatives, to create inclusive communities. Thanks to all our supporters who promote the cause and to those living with invisible illness, who are a continual source of knowledge, wisdom and inspiration.

InvisAbilities shout out by Queen’s University’s Principal, Daniel Woolf in his official report “The Third Juncture”. He mentions the need to bolster advocacy and support initiatives, to create inclusive communities. Thanks to all our supporters who promote the cause and to those living with invisible illness, who are a continual source of knowledge, wisdom and inspiration.

Campus Celebrity: Alexandra Tighe (Chair, McGill InvisAbilities)

InvisAbilities goes live! Existere Presents: EXCETERA V’s cast and crew showed their support of hidden, chronic illness

The McGill Daily: “Advocating for invisAbilities”


The Kingston Whig Standard: “Shedding light on disabilities”

Queen’s University News Centre: “Queen’s students raise awareness about invisible disabilities”

Queen’s University Journal: “Disabling invisibilities”

Burlington Post article highlights Julie Harmgardt, Founder&Chair of InvisAbilities, who was the guest speaker for the Rotary Community Service Awards Ceremony.

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