Alice in Wonderland syndrome (AIWS) is not officially classified as a disability. It is a neurological condition that can cause perceptual distortions, such as changes in visual perception, time perception, and body image. People with AIWS may experience a sense of things appearing smaller or larger than they actually are, distorted sense of time or spatial awareness, and other perceptual distortions.
While AIWS can cause distress and disruption to daily life, it does not necessarily affect a person’s ability to carry out essential activities of daily living. However, in some cases, it may interfere with concentration, coordination, and overall functioning, which could impact a person’s ability to perform certain tasks or participate in certain activities.
It is important to note that individuals with AIWS, like all individuals with medical conditions, should be treated with respect and empathy. People with AIWS may benefit from medical or psychological treatment to manage symptoms and improve their quality of life.