We were thrilled to be featured in two recent news articles in the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper in the last month. Both of these articles share the stories of those who live with invisible disabilities who have bravely shared their stories of navigating transport, the workplace, and car parks that are often places of abuse and harassment for those needing to use accessible parking spots as well as a conversation involving transport authorities to consider what efforts are being made to making transport easy and not a painful experience for those with invisible disabilities.
Our marketing manager, Susan Sohn, was interviewed as part of the November article, and we have been very proud that this initiative is getting more and more traction.
Thank you to Nicole Precel for both of these articles, we hope there are more in the future.
- ‘Invisible’ disabilities campaign calls on community to ‘think outside the chair.’ Nicole Precel, November 1 2019.
- ‘But you don’t look sick’: Living with an invisible disability. Nicole Precel, October 8 2019.