Alanna Wong Featured On Invisible Disabilities Association Non-Profit Website

Invisible Disabilities Association

Invisible Disabilities Association

I am honored to be a part of the Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) community! I connected recently with Wayne Connell, Founder of IDA and his wife Sherri. I am grateful that we have crossed paths! I love IDA’s mission: “The Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) encourages, educates and connects people and organizations touched by illness, pain and disability around the globe. Formerly known as The Invisible Disabilities Advocate, IDA was founded in 1997 and incorporated in 2004 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.” I am honored to be an Invisible Disabilities Association Guest Blogger for their website and to have joined the IDC Welcome Team! Through my journey, I have discovered that when you give, you receive. I am grateful for the blessings in my life and the inspiring individuals I am connected to! My most recent blog post on IDA’s website is about sharing your illness openly. You can read the article here: http://invisibledisabilities.org/invisible-no-more/sharing-illness-others-alanna-wong/

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All the best,

Alanna Wong

P.S. If you haven’t checked out The Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA)’s I encourage you to do so here: https://www.facebook.com/InvisibleDisabilities

Alanna Wong featured on Victoria Thornton Live

Alanna WongAlanna Wong was featured on Victoria Thornton’s Facebook Fanpage today! Victoria is a life coach, speaker, trainer and the creator of Uncover Your Diamond. She is such an amazing woman with a good heart! I’m grateful we have crossed paths!  Below is the article:

Your teen years are supposed to be the best of your life, full of new discoveries, fun times, and exciting challenges. But I lost a good few years between the ages of 10 and 20 because I was either asleep in bed or functioning sick due to Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS).

I have always said that it’s not what you go through that makes you the person you are, it’s how you react to the situation that you are dealt with that makes you the person you are. I have looked beyond my struggle and have found meaning in my life by helping others.

Now 24, my mission is to improve the quality of life for those struggling or anyone experiencing chronic illness by providing an online community to connect and engage and to offer a heart full of compassion to let others know they are important and cared for.  [Read more…]

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