In a project costing £160k, the family-owned Marsham Court has become the first UK hotel to install a fully equipped Changing Places toilet.Read More
Today (19 August), international organisations unite for a decade-long campaign to transform the lives of disabled people around the world.
With an exponential rise of unpaid carers during the pandemic and no increase in support provisions, the hidden workforce is at risk of being left behind.
As the world reopens, new research shows that language is a barrier in the connection between disabled and non-disabled people. It’s time to talk about the language of disability.
The pandemic has meant constant changes to routine, a situation that can be distressing for autistic children and adults. Mother to three autistic children, Christine McGuinness, opens up to Enable about parenting through a pandemic and the family’s upcoming BBC One documentary.
MPs and charities are calling for more measures to break down barriers to employment for disabled people after a new report found the current national system isn’t working.
The UK Government has released their National Disability Strategy with ambitions on how to upgrade employment support and opportunities, housing and transport access for the 14.1 million disabled people currently living in the UK.