Let’s Talk About Invisible Disability | May 10

540WMain Community Learning Academy presents: Let’s Talk About Invisible Disability

Thursday May 10 // 7-9 PM

Did you know that May is National Fibromyalgia Awareness Month?

Invisible disabilities are chronic illnesses and conditions that significantly impair normal activities of daily living. In the United States, 96% of people with chronic medical conditions show no outward signs of their illness, and 10% experience symptoms that are considered disabling.

This new workshop taught by Calvin Eaton will unpack and explain some of the stigmas associated with living with invisible illnesses and how you can raise awareness whether you live with chronic invisible illness or not.

—> Open to the community
—> Class fee: $5/ person
—> RSVP required as seating is limited // pay at the door.
—> asl interpreting provided with at least 7 days notice prior to start of workshop

E-mail questions to: info540westmain@gmail.com

For more information on other events at 540WMain, visit: www.540westmain.org

All classes require cancellation at least 48 hours before the date of the class or event. If not then course fee is non-refundable and cannot be applied to a future class or event.

Late Policy
Seat will be held 30 minutes after start of class.

Published by Calvin Eaton

(he/his/him) Calvin Eaton is a disabled community educator, content creator, and social entrepreneur, whose area of expertise includes antiracism, equity, justice, instructional design, and program development. In 2016 Mr. Eaton founded 540WMain, Inc. a non-profit online and community-based organization for accessible education and events that promote justice for all.

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