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We speak to three women under 30 to discover what more people need to know about life with multiple sclerosis.
The Toyota Parasport fund has invested more than £390,000 in clubs and activity providers across the UK in the past 12 months to empower disabled people to get into sport.
With more time on our hands to an increased demand for volunteers from charities and organisations, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the landscape of volunteering. Now, one start-up App is helping to revolutionise the ease in giving back.
Telecom company emporia has launched its first mobile specifically adapted for visually impaired older people. The device will be sold exclusively through the RNIB.
A children’s story podcast that highlights the traits young people may see in those with ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia has launched in the UK.
January 2021 saw the UK leave the EU; this move will soon mean families will no longer have access to medicinal cannabis to support children with chronic epilepsy. Lorne Gillies investigates the impact of Brexit and continued stigma around a vital medicine.
As exam results are replaced by grades based on teacher assessments, leading charities for people who are D/deaf/HoH, blind or visually impaired are calling for assurances that 300,000 pupils aren’t treated unfairly.
Researchers in the UK have revealed that people diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last six months were more likely to develop new neurological conditions including dementia, depression, psychosis and stroke.
Donning our brightest yellow and blue tartan, the Enable Magazine team is participating in this year’s Virtual KiltWalk to raise money for Doddie Weir’s charity, My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.
Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month, works to empower and connect the limb loss and difference community to tackle social isolation.
For an estimated four million people shielding across England and Wales, today marks the last day the most clinically vulnerable people are being advised to shield.
Thirteen charities working to support autistic people, disabled people and people with a learning disability are set to benefit from additional government funding to combat the challenges faced by the pandemic.
This World Autism Awareness Week (29 March – 4 April 2021), we speak to one parent about the importance of routine for her autistic children.
The Superhero Series, the UK’s only disability sports series for the everyday superhero, is back with a new challenge: it’s time to #FindYourPower.