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PaulaG
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Claim your FREE invisible disabilities badge

N&C Phlexicare are giving away FREE invisible disabilities heart shaped badges to raise awareness for invisible illnesses and to ensure that people who suffer from an invisible disability feel confident in using the facilities that are available to them, without feeling as though they are being judged by others around them. Request your FREE badge today to help raise awareness for this topic and to remind people that not every disability is immediately apparent.

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MelanieHunt
MelanieHunt12 days ago

unless your leg or arms hanging off people are very quick to judge. mental illness can be very hard to carry around.

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nicenurse21
nicenurse2112 days ago

Totally agree Melanie 💐 if people can't see* anything wrong then in their eyes everything is ok. You never know the torment that can be going on inside plenty of people and is very misunderstood 💐

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JackieSorrell
JackieSorrell11 days ago

Exactly or unless your in a wheelchair or use a walking stick they don’t realise, they don’t understand what it’s like to have a hidden disability, and if your young they give a right look as if to say your not disabled

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TinaBea
TinaBea12 days ago

I have Ms and due to hypersensitivity on my face I was unable to wear a mask or visor and the looks I used to get because I'm 39 and not wearing a mask.

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nicenurse21
nicenurse2112 days ago

People in general do judge and it's unfounded sometimes. I can empathise with you and your situation be sure to carry your exemption land yard as proof to make sure 💐

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TinaBea
TinaBea12 days ago

Tbh when my face isn't bad I do wear my mask. I don't like the looks or people saying see she has a lanyard but nothing wrong with her 🙄@nicenurse21

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nicenurse21
nicenurse2111 days ago

TinaBea you know the truth. Never feel you should justify who or what you are, do stay safe to the best of your ability.If it makes it easier have the land yard in your pocket to show if need be if you don't want to wear it. Hold your head high 💐

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RobinRavi
RobinRavi11 days ago

TinaBea sorry to hear that. It happens to my friend also, and people start asking stupid questions

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TinaBea
TinaBea11 days ago

If anyone should ask I'd tell them to mind their own business. How rude RobinRavi

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JackieSorrell
JackieSorrell11 days ago

TinaBea just ignore them, if u don’t /can’t wear a mask then don’!

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SheenaEllis
SheenaEllis11 days ago
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MaireMulholl744
MaireMulholl74412 days ago

These are very useful thank you so much for sharing x

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patbroom
patbroom12 days ago

Great idea, be very useful for my daughter who has MS but is very private, people are very judgmental when her balance is bad and assume she’s been drinking, hopefully she will wear this

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tanyab36
tanyab3612 days ago

patbroom sad how ppl act my sister is in a wheelchair with ms and has had ppl tell her she is a disgrace because she don’t look ill so why is she in a chair

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TinaBea
TinaBea12 days ago

It's embarrassing when you are out shopping and have a moment and stumble 🤦🏼‍♀️@patbroom

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innova
innova11 days ago

patbroom that's awful, I hope this helps

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lydragon
lydragon12 days ago

Got this and a radar key .for £ 4:99 like a lot of people now I have multiple disabilities

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SamEpps18
SamEpps1812 days ago

Not only mental illnesses, but things like being deaf can be a hidden disability. Thank you for sharing.

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EmilyAtkin60836
EmilyAtkin6083612 days ago

Great idea. Also good for raising awareness too. Ordered one for my friend

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tanyab36
tanyab3612 days ago

This will be brilliant for my son who has Tourette’s and ppl don’t understand thank u for sharing

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AmyPebbles
AmyPebbles12 days ago

I will getting this. I have physical and mental health disability's and I can not wear a mask. Some of the comments and looks I have got have not been nice at all, Not good when you get scared of people looking at you to begin with. Many thanks for sharing this and I hope people will stop being judgmental to us all

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fatimacash
fatimacash12 days ago

Thank you, I have spinal problems, arthritis and fibromyalgia and really bad depression, all of which are hidden. Unfortunately people don't understand that just because you can't see it, you aren't really I'll,you are just trying to get sympathy

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JackieSorrell
JackieSorrell11 days ago

Fibro is bad on its own let alone arthritis and spinal problems, am the same except the spinal problems it’s not a great life trying to exist in this world then to get looks and people questioning your disability

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fatimacash
fatimacash2 days ago
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RobinRavi
RobinRavi11 days ago

I need to remind a friend of mine to get this

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HelenPacker
HelenPacker11 days ago

PaulaG this is very good because not all disabilities are visible. I have a very good friend who has hidden disabilities so I will be mentioning this to my very good friend as it will be very useful to my very good friend who will be very grateful to me. I am very grateful to you PaulaG for finding this as it's very useful. Keep safe and sound everyone. Keep safe and sound PaulaG

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innova
innova11 days ago

I have something similar from a train company. (it was also posted on latestdeals.co.uk more recently, but I can't find the link yet)

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innova
innova11 days ago

The one from the train company is just a badge however and so I managed to lose one. The lapel type should be more durable and able to fit through coats.

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Lisa81
Lisa8111 days ago

I'm 39 and I have a few invisible health and mental health problems, I also have mobility problems because of my illnesses so I have to use either a walking stick or a mobility scooter. The looks of judgement i get often leave me paranoid and not wanting to go out and believe it or not most of the judgement comes from pensioners.

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VickySaunders
VickySaunders10 days ago

This Will be perfect for my 14 year old who is autistic

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Xaxkya
Xaxkya9 days ago

Thanks for sharing this.

Both my daughter and I have chrons and it can become embarrassing on many occasions.

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salss09
salss099 days ago

Thanks for sharing, I ordered this before and came very quickly. Good quality product, very useful for hidden disabilities 🙂

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mason26
mason268 days ago

This is a very Important thing to get thank you very much for sharing this freebie

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jmgarrity69
jmgarrity696 days ago

People judge all the time, maybe if they spent more time to listening to our diabilities than sticking their nose up, it would be a better world!

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AmiCasson
AmiCasson5 days ago

My new born at 28weeks. Spent 3 month in 5 different intensive care hospitals. He now has chronic lung disease, hole in the heart and my list can go on. He has just turned one year old and because he has oxygen tank on the pram. people give us the dirtiest looks or go as far as to cross the road!! It really upsets us, just ask what's the matter with my son!! Dont stare or avoid us!!!

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greenocklass82
greenocklass825 days ago

Thanks very much for sharing 😀, I've just ordered there, some people just don't understand invisible illnesses!! I have physical and mental illness problems and a lot of people just judge you because they refuse to understand what its like to have a hidden disability,.

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NatashaUys
NatashaUys2 days ago

This is great, my friend and I both suffer with 'invisible' disabilities, and are still fairly young. I've ordered them for us both and a radar key for her as she suffers with malabsorption syndrome as well, and can't always get to a loo in time, hopefully the key will make it easier for her.

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