There's quite a lot of us with invisible illnesses on here. Anyone else epileptic?
I've just helped give feedback which will help raise awareness for the condition. The researcher is coming close to deadline, and is finding it harder to find us than anticipated. A lot of epileptics don't use support services, and don't know other epileptics, because we tend to not advertise it if we can help it.
If anyone is interested in helping create a survey for epilepsy quality of life by completing
a survey intended for a clinical trial with 'mock' answers, then express your thoughts on how well worded the survey is and whether it is easy to understand, comment that you are interested, and I'll put you in touch.
It is a fairly straight forward process, does not require any personal health information (just basic demographics - age, level of education etc). I've multiple disabilities and she visited me at home. Potentially, it could be skyped.
Does anyone know any good employment services or recruitment agencies for a graduate of law and accounting degrees with limited experience other than a few years in retail and a few internships? I have numerous disabilities too that are not visible so I might be eligible for disability employment services too.
Looking for any kind of desk job here but preferably not telemarketing.
Campbell Newman is making my life hard here :(
Anyone know if there are any good counselling services out there that I coud use. Feeling lost and depressed here.
Im looking for recommendations for a good, not overpriced, tarot reader in the inner city area please? I know there are heaps around, i can go to any market and find one, but I'd like to hear of any reputable ones.