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David Smith MBE, world champion boccia player and Sirus customer for the last decade, writes about about driving from his wheelchair and reviews the brand new VW…
As December beings, the world is marking a key event in the disabled community’s calendar: International Day of People with Disabilities.
Today (2 December) the Disability Smart Awards from Business Disability Forum will celebrate businesses helping to transform the lives of disabled people in the workplace. Ahead of the ceremony actress, presenter and now co-host of the awards, Samantha Renke, spoke exclusively to Enable.
For the month of December, Women’s Aid are working to amplify the voices of disabled women who have survived domestic abuse while calling for greater mental health support.
The UK Government has today (1 December) published a 10 year plan to reform social care.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, unpaid carers have been left overworked and undervalued as they continue to take on additional responsibilities to care for their loved ones.
Are you a star baker in the making? The team behind The Great British Bake Off are looking for applications for the next season, due to start in 2022. Read more and how to apply now.
As learning disability charity Mencap marks its 75-year anniversary, chief executive Edel Harris writes exclusively for Enable about the charity’s legacy and the launch of a new campaign.
As Christmas approaches and energy prices rise, it’s time to start an open conversation about money.
Amazing outfits, an iconic disco ball and impressive dance moves all come to mind when you think of Strictly Come Dancing, but this year, Rose Ayling-Ellis is putting disability in the spotlight as the show’s first ever deaf contestant.
Every year on 2 November, Purple Tuesday encourages businesses around the UK to become more accessible, but the impact can have a lasting effect for years to come.
Conversations around climate change are reaching a crescendo as the UK hosts the UN Climate Change Conference, more commonly known as COP26, in Glasgow. Mary Keogh, advocacy director at CBM Global, reveals why disabled voices need to be included.
David and Felicity Brown, owners of Hoe Grange Holidays, have been selected as one of 70 remarkable people in celebration of the 70 year anniversary of the Peak District National Park.
From adoption to fostering, three people share their experiences of giving a disabled child their safe haven.