More awareness needed for hidden disabilities

Strathalbyn resident Kimberley Falland, who lives with an invisible disability, said she had been abused for using accessible facilities, such as disability car parks.

While some disabilities are physical, many are without any visual cues, but still impact the lives of the individuals living with them.
For Strathalbyn local Kimberley Falland, countless run-ins with people “calling her out” for using accessibility services such as restrooms and parking spots has left her feeling exhausted as she pushes through the day with severe back pain and numbness in her right leg.