Invisible Disabilities And Employment – Parliamentary Briefing Summary

Illustration of hands typing on a laptop, tea and notebook at the side, to represent invisible disabilities and employment.

Written By Astriid Volunteer Sabeeha Kassam Not all disabilities are visible. More than 20% of adults in the UK have a disability, but those health conditions or impairments that are not immediately obvious, or are only obvious in certain circumstances and settings, are referred to as ‘invisible’ or ‘non-visible’ disabilities. These terms include (but are […]