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Check out some of the media coverage we have received below on Invisible Disabilities!
Emily was on Prime Time in a personal capacity discussing the effects of covid19 on cancelled or delayed surgeries and the impact on patient care during the pandemic
The 404 with Odhrán Johnson Podcast
The founder and director of Invisible Disability Ireland, Emily Larkin sat down with Odhrán Johnson to talk about life with an invisible disability and setting up IDI and everything in between! Click the arrow button in the center to play the clip!
Spun Out Article
Emily Larkin, the founder and director of IDI, wrote an article for Spun Out on how "arthritis changed her life" and the effects of being a young person with a hidden disability here in Ireland
Dublin City FM
Emily Larkin the founder/director of IDI appeared on the disability podcast Viva Vox on Dublin City FM, to chat about all things disability with Gary Kearney! Catch the interview below.
A girl after my own heart
Emily Larkin spoke to a girl after her own heart about life with a chronic and invisible disability.
No notions travel podcast
Emily Larkin, the founder and director appeared in the no notions travel podcast series, discussing travelling with an invisible disability. Check out the episode below!
Emily Larkin spoke to the Irish Examiner about the delays for patients in cohort 7 about receiving the covid 19 vaccination and the uncertainties for those who are vulnerable or at risk still waiting
Louise Mac Sharry Show- 2FM
Emily appeared on the Louise Mac Sharry Show during invisible disability week to discuss the resources and supports in place for people with invisible disabilities.
RTÉ Morning Ireland
Emily was on morning Ireland in a personal capacity discussing overcrowding in A and E and the concerning care given to patients across Ireland due to the flu season. This can be found on the RTÉ player.
Emily appeared in her local newspaper discussing life with SVT- a serious heart condition that massively affects her life and took seven years to diagnose...