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Do you find that people act surprised when you tell them you have a disability? Do they say "But you don't look sick" or ask what's your disability really about? Are you wanting support to move ahead in your life despite your disability? Are you want

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Private

This group is for the unseen and unexplainable. I'm not talking about UFO's, I'm talking about invisible chronic illness. Actually, this group is for anyone dealing with a chronic illness, invisible or not, and the people close to them. My idea for t

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Chronic Hopefuls
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Private

How Fibromadness Began: I created Fibromadness in 2010 to provide an online community for people with fibromyalgia who want to be their best. A Fibro Gal myself, I was diagnosed in 1997, with fibromyalgia. Soon after came diagnoses of bursitis, anxie

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FIBROMITES
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This is a group for high-functioning young adults with various disabilities, including Autism, ADHD, and other social challenges in the Austin area who want to be more socially active. The group is inclusive of all disabilities and plans fun and affo

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Socializers
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This is a group for young adults with disabilities in Denver who want to be more socially active. The group is inclusive of all disabilities and plans fun and affordable events that everyone can take part in. As much as possible we keep these event

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Socializers
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Discuss, brainstorm & connect with people who have a hidden disability, Ie. Depression, Learning, Diabetes, etc. I have high hopes for this group.

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H.E.L.P. Challenge, (which stands for Healthy Eating, Living and Playing), is all about helping adults with disabilities, their families and the community live healthier, more fun lives. Lynda and Katy Drake, who are the mother and twin sister of Ale

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HELP Ambassadors
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Calling people with disabilities who want to hang out and have fun! Activities will be coordinated in response to the interests of members including evening and weekend outings such as dining, dancing, festivals, concerts, gaming, indoor/outdoor recr

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Social Enabled Disabled
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While all families face challenges, those of us with brothers and sisters who are on the Autism Spectrum experience unusual problems as children, and more complicated issues as adults.  This group seeks to provide a supportive forum to siblings who l

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Loving Adult Siblings
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Getting together on a regular basis to share ideas on what has and hasn't worked in relation to people's disability funding package. People who are interested in sharing innovative ideas on support services is what we are all about. It is a totally i

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Individuals with Funding

Newest Meetup Groups

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February 22, 2015

Hey there gals! Have you suffered silently with a "hidden illness" (Fibromyalgia, chronic pain, CFS/ME, Lupus, MS, diabetes, depressions, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or others...) that your family or friends just "don't get"? Have you been l

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Women with Hidden Illnesses
January 15, 2015
Private

This is a group for anyone who has a chronic illness, a mental illness, or who is disabled in the Seattle area. The goal of this group is for people with similar problems to connect. Chronic illness and disabilities are isolating. Let's try to make t

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Spoonies
October 18, 2014

This is a group for anyone interested in knowing more about hearing loss or have family members , children, parents, grandparents who have hearing problems. We will have at least one medical professional in the field at every meeting.

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Hearers
October 17, 2014

Hi my name is Rebecca Sherwood! I am a 27-year-old qualified counsellor with a passion for philosophy. I was born with cerebral palsy and have started this group in the hope of meeting new people with all different kinds of disabilities, both seen an

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Members
September 16, 2014

This group is for young adults who have various disabilities and are high functioning. Why don't we get together and do some fun things like bowling, going to the movies, shopping, taking short day trips, or anything else YOU might like to do in an a

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young adults in 20's and 30's
September 8, 2014

SPICE stands for Supporting People with Invisible Cognitive Exceptionalities. We are a social group that focuses on young adults ages 18 to 28 with cognitive disabilities such ADHD, Asperger's, Autism, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Executive Function

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Exceptional Individuals
August 27, 2014

While all families face challenges, those of us with brothers and sisters who are on the Autism Spectrum experience unusual problems as children, and more complicated issues as adults.  This group seeks to provide a supportive forum to siblings who l

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Loving Adult Siblings
August 25, 2014

I have formed this group to be a pleasant and relaxing activity alternative and/or supplement to those who fit within the age confines, i.e., 57+ who have invisible physical disabilities. We are and should all be here to lend an ear, as well as "give

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Social Members
August 7, 2014

I wanted to create a group for people with disabilities. A place where everyone can meet new friends and not worry about anyone judging you. :) looking forward to making some new friends and so that everyone doesn't feel alone. :)

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Friends.
July 28, 2014
Private

This is a group for young people with chronic illnesses. If you're in your 20s and 30s, suffer from a chronic illness, such as an autoimmune disease, live in Suffolk County, and want to meet new people who can relate to you, this group is for you!

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Spoonies
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