About

I have my degree in Momolgy and in my everyday life I deal with Invisible Disabilities. I have spent many years helping people understand that youth with these issues as a parent and as a scout leader.

What does Invisible Disabilities mean?  It is those disabilities that you can’t see unless you are trying to communicate, keeping someone on task, or experiencing a melt down. In the mental health world it would be: AdHd, autism, Aspergers (even though ‘the word’ is not used anymore),  bipolar, oppositional defiance, learning disabilities, etc.