The most popular symbol associated with disability is the image of the wheelchair. While this image certainly serves a purpose, it doesn’t encompass the entirety of the disabled experience. What do I mean by that? Well, we know that disabilities come in all shapes and sizes. People with invisible disabilities struggle differently than people with physical disabilities. Not only do they need to deal with the limitations of their impairments, but they must constantly prove, to other people, that they are disabled. As you can imagine, this process is extremely taxing on both a physical, and an emotional, level.