Former Blue Peter presenter and writer, Konnie Huq discusses her experience of life in lockdown as part of our Enable Asks series.
A new illustrated online story has been released by Ambitious About Autism, highlighting the impact coronavirus is causing for autistic children and their families.
Coronation Street star, Cherylee Houston took time out of her day to get involved with Enable Asks and share her experiences of life in lockdown.
The BBC has committed to hardwire diversity and inclusion throughout the BBC, focusing on inclusion during creative decision-making, production values and content.
YouTube star and body confidence advocate, Chessie King takes us behind the scenes of her lockdown experience.
You’ve probably watched some of his characters during lockdown, but now, comic book writer Mark Millar reveals why the arts are so important at this time.
Katie Piper has been a powerful force in breaking down barriers for the marginalised in society, and now Katie shares her journey in lockdown during Enable Asks.
On today’s Enable Asks, former Enable cover star Kitty Casteldine and her mother, Lucy Alexander reveal how they’re surviving in lockdown.
In the second instalment of Enable Asks, we speak with artist Henry Fraser to learn how he is adapting to lockdown.
Assistive technology is useful every day of the year, but as the COVID-19 outbreak forces many of us to stay in our homes, its functions can be more helpful than ever.
At Enable HQ, we pride ourselves on bringing you the latest news, exclusive interviews, and discussions pertinent to disability. And we have a special treat for you to help ease boredom and get creative.
As we enter the Easter weekend (10 – 13 April), it’s time to entertain your kids with accessible activities that can be enjoyed from home.
In celebration of World Parkinson’s Day, we took a look at one of the most creative and confidence boosting programmes helping people with the disease.
The current Coronavirus outbreak has meant we’ve all had to get a little creative when it comes to communicating with each other.
Following the closure of theatres and cinemas across the UK due to the Coronavirus outbreak, production companies around the country are coming up with innovative new ways to ensure drama-enthusiasts don’t miss out.