It is an invisible disability more frustrating for those with hearing loss than others around them.
What does ID stand for?
ID stands for Invisible Disability
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ID
We have 120 other meanings of ID in our Acronym Attic
- Interpretative Documents
- Intestinal Distress
- Intrinsic Densitometry
- Intrusion Detection
- Invariant Density
- Inventory Difference
- Inventory Discrepancy
- Investigación y Desarrollo (Spanish: Research & Development)
- Investigation Discovery (TV network)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Children respond to an obvious disability positively and to an invisible disability with prejudice, doubt, and incomprehension (Skar, 2010).
People with Asperger's have an invisible disability - struggling with non-verbal communication, they are often perceived as naive, leading to them being cheated and exploited.
When working with individuals who have FASD diagnoses and substance management issues, we must acknowledge that an invisible disability exists and we must address it specifically from an individual perspective.
To a large extent, autism is an invisible disability.
Children who suffer from an invisible disability often have their pain magnified by the inability to socialize with peers.
An important contribution to the problem of libraries not being accessible to deaf people may be due to the fact that hearing impairment is an invisible disability.