The Disability Misconceptions Tag

Hello Everyone, Today's Blog post is another Tag. This is The Disability Misconceptions Tag, it is created by Nicola Golding, a disabled YouTuber. I was not tagged by anyone to do this tag but, as a very dedicated disability activist as I am, I shall definitely take the time to do this tag. So, without further ado,… Continue reading The Disability Misconceptions Tag

The Invisible Vision Project is now Self-Hosted!

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. Today, I have one of by far the most exciting news to share with you all! And that is... *drum rolls please* YES! It's already written as the title of the blog! So, I am once again very excited to make this an official announcement: The… Continue reading The Invisible Vision Project is now Self-Hosted!

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Award

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. This blog post is entirely unplanned, but it is absolutely a necessary one to make. So, about two weeks ago, at the beginning of the month, I received a very special and surprising email from Queen's University, the Division of Student Affairs. The email was to notify me… Continue reading Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Award

Persons with Disabilities Continue to Face Challenges with Work

[This Blog Post is a part of a Creative Project Assignment for an Academic Course] Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. Recently, in my last blog post from a few days ago, I wrote all about my experiences with work, as a person living with a seemingly invisible disability. You could read… Continue reading Persons with Disabilities Continue to Face Challenges with Work

Working as an Invisibly Disabled Person

[This Blog Post is a part of a Creative Project Assignment for an Academic Course] Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. In today’s blog, let’s have a conversation about work. Since, this is a topic I have not talked with all of you about. Work, is often considered an important part of… Continue reading Working as an Invisibly Disabled Person