With schools closed to some pupils in the latest round of national lockdowns, many parents once again find themselves acting as teacher. How can you best support SEN learners?
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The Guide Dogs organisation have expressed their “disappointment” that assistance dogs are not exempt from new rules for bringing pets to NI from GB.
Britain’s greatest ever Paralympic athlete, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson writes exclusively for Enable Magazine about the important work Laureus is doing.
Toyota Motability Unlimited Challenge has crowned Phoenix Instinct, from the UK, as the winners of $1 million for their innovative desig.
Three years, 80 entrants, 28 countries, 11 judges and five finalists: the winner of the Mobility Unlimited Challenge, set to win $1 million, will be announced tomorrow.
Combining innovation and style, the new Nissan Juke makes a powerful statement wherever it goes. We look at what makes the new model a must when considering your next vehicle.
Disability charity, Leonard Cheshire has released a bold new campaign aims to fight for the rights of disabled people and showcase their potential to live, learn and earn.
Charity Mencap is demanding action to close the health inequality gap for children with a learning disability. The new Children’s Campaign is calling for greater support from the point of diagnosis and beyond.
To help mark their 30-year anniversary, children’s charity Whizz-Kidz are releasing 30 stories from wheelchair users across their history.
Teenager Tyrese Dibba is set to return for a one-off Christmas special lesson to get people learning British Sign Language (BSL).
A new report from Mencap reveals unacceptable healthcare inequalities and discrimination during the pandemic towards people with a learning disability.
Those with learning disabilities are disproportionately affected by the restrictions and new way of living. The Sunnybank Trust is helping to promote inclusion one radio show at a time.
As lockdown reached Uganda, the impacts of COVID-19 on education and disabled children were felt across the country.
On International Day of People with Disabilities, charity Motivation is celebrating the generous supporters who raised more than £400,000 to fund a new education and sport programme for disabled children in Uganda.
Editor Lorne attended a BBC webinar to discover how the organisation is changing internally and within the industry to improve diversity representation.