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Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments
Attempting to open doors for people with hidden voices.

Welcome

 

Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site original logo. Drawing by Chris Hayes ©

Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments.

Supporting and creating better awareness for disabled people with hidden impairments also known as invisible disabilities. Why does this site use the term hidden impairments? Use the following link to learn more about hidden impairments.

4 People with hidden impairments.

 

To access latest updates on this site!
 Visit What's New

 

 

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This web site is Browsealoud enabled. Helping people with reading difficulties to access information on this site. Download Browsealoud and listen to information on this web site. For more information see our interim report.
 

To view our user guide.
visit About hi2u

 

Get involved with this site. There are many ways you can participate with this site. Whether it be writing an article or using the forum your in put will always be appreciated. Maybe you word just like to leave some words of encouragement in the guest book. Just use the following links.

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PsychNet-UK, Recommended Site Award.
PsychNet-UK, Recommended Site Award.

 


Picture Logo Menu

Logo picture linking to contents menu page, with logos and drawings. Logo designed by Chris Hayes, copyright.

Essential pages.

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 Contact info and e-mail details.

Main navigation menu for this site.

To ensure you have an up-to-date main menu visit the the contents link.

Hi2u_home| About_Hi2u | ADHD | Animal_Pages | Art_Pages | Awards | Cartoons | Contents | Disability_Issues | Dyslexic_Pages | Education | I'm_Bored | Kids_pages | Links_and_Info | News_&_Events | Search | Support_Groups | Visitors_Input | What's_New


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