Equity Buttons

Riding public transit can be hard especially if you have an episodic disability, chronic illness or invisible disability. This button is a quick DIY way for you to ask for what you need without having to disclose diagnosis.  Episodic disabilities are long-term conditions that are characterized by periods of good health interrupted by periods of illness or disability. These periods may vary in severity, length and predictability from one person to another. HIV, fibromyalgia, chronic pain and MS are some examples.  Our logo is a person holding up a sign that shows a graph. This graph represents the episodic nature of many invisible disabilities. By holding the sign and sharing their disability, the logo person has agency to tell you about their disability, rather than you making assumptions.

Riding public transit can be hard especially if you have an episodic disability, chronic illness or invisible disability. This button is a quick DIY way for you to ask for what you need without having to disclose diagnosis.

Episodic disabilities are long-term conditions that are characterized by periods of good health interrupted by periods of illness or disability. These periods may vary in severity, length and predictability from one person to another. HIV, fibromyalgia, chronic pain and MS are some examples.

Our logo is a person holding up a sign that shows a graph. This graph represents the episodic nature of many invisible disabilities. By holding the sign and sharing their disability, the logo person has agency to tell you about their disability, rather than you making assumptions.