Today (6 September) the UK Government has announced a new review to improve the quality of support for children with special educational needs.
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One of the most iconic Formula 1 drivers of his time, Sir Jackie Stewart won World Championships with his sweetheart, Lady Helen by his side recording his track time. Now, Sir Jackie is racing the clock to find a cure for dementia to help Lady Helen; he spoke with Lorne Gillies.
The Alzheimer’s Society has launched a new campaign to improve dementia care and ensure patients have to spend less of their own money on care.
Building crucial life skills, meeting new people, to giving back to your local community: volunteering is an enriching experience all round. Volunteer Nicola Taylor shares her journey.
Great British Bake Off judge, Prue Leith, has joined a group of celebrity chefs who have come together to improve the quality of hospital food.
New research by Jo’s Cercival Cancer Trust has found that two thirds of women with a physical disability are experiencing barriers to cervical screenings.
A London clinic for disabled children has begun using 3D technology to treat their patients.
Recent figures have highlighted that a record number of disabled people have been supported by the UK Government’s Access to Work scheme.
As the prospect of a no deal Brexit becomes more of a reality, there is a call for better communication with the public around medicine shortages and stockpiling.
Following the launch of The Katie Piper Foundation Rehabilitation Centre, we sat down with Katie, to find out more about the vital work the centre does, and battling with confidence.
Earlier this week, Enable was lucky enough to attend the official opening of the Katie Piper Foundation Rehabilitation Centre, at Fairfield Independent Hospital in St. Helens.
The hashtag #ThingsThatGiveMeAnxiety has been trending on Twitter over the past 24 hours, raising awareness of anxiety and offering coping strategies to achieve positive mental health.
Caring responsibilities can prevent young carers from revelling in their childhood. However, one festival celebrates the dedicated contribution young carers provide in society. We learn more about the annual Scottish Young Carers Festival.
The University of Glasgow has been granted over £900,000 for vital research into adults and children who have Crohn’s disease.
Of the six million people living in Scotland, we all have one thing in common: mental health. However, many young people are missing out on…