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.
The University of Glasgow has been granted over £900,000 for vital research into adults and children who have Crohn’s disease.
Last issue we shone a light on the growing mistrust in Personal Independence Payment. With understanding limited amongst assessors, the 20-metre rule faces increased disconcert. We investigate the campaign to scrap the 20-metre rule.
Today (1 July) the Samaritans annual Talk to Us campaign begins, encouraging the nation to have a chat when times are challenging.
Game of Thrones star, Kit Harington has donated $10,000 (roughly £8,000) to a fan-created fundraiser for learning disability charity, Mencap.
Get outside and revel in the benefits of the great outdoors during Deafblind Awareness Week, taking place from 24 to 30 June.
During Learning Disability Week (17 – 23 June) it is a time to raise awareness of learning disability and get people connected. However, new research from Mencap has found that bullying is causing more people with learning disabilities to experience isolation.
Learning Disability Weeks 2019 (17 – 23 June) is looking at getting people with learning disabilities out of the home, connected and getting active with their local community.
Figures revealed from the Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) have shown that 76 per cent of people with guide dogs say they have been refused service.
An estimated seven million carers in the UK provide invaluable care to their loved ones, saving the government millions of pounds annually. But what more can the government be doing to support unpaid carers?
Leading amputee charity in Scotland, Finding Your Feet has launched their Stompingly Sensational Online Auction to raise funds towards providing vital physical and emotional support for amputees.
To mark this year’s Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) Mencap is to deliver more than 1,200 handwritten letters to thank volunteers.
It’s National Epilepsy Week (20-26 May) and you’ll probably spot a few people sporting purple at school, in the office or during day to day life. But why do we wear purple?
Arthritis Care Awareness Week aims to raise awareness about the realities of living with arthritis, and celebrate the work done by Arthritis charities around the UK, carrying out research and raising funds.