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.
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.
This week (20-26 May) is Dementia Action Week, where we raise awareness about the condition and push to find a cure.
Friendships and fun are parts of life everyone should have access to. One charity is going the extra mile to help people build confidence, develop relationships, and has formed a second family in the process.
Two community diabetes nurses are getting ready to cycle almost 100 miles to raise funds for Diabetes UK, and inspire their patients to get more active.
This week (6-12 May) is Deaf Awareness Week, where we raise awareness of the challenges faced by deaf and hearing impaired people in the UK, and increase understanding in the wider community.
This week (29 April – 6May) is National Gardening Week, where we’re all encouraged to get outside, utilise the green spaces closest to us and give our gardens some TLC.
The sun is shining and festival season is just around the corner – we can barely contain our excitement. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Nozstock the Hidden Valley Festival to give Enable readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the event!
Attending a music festival should be for everyone. It’s a rite of passage, one of the truly memorable, multi-sensory experiences one can have in life.
Rising star, Lewis Capaldi has launched a new scheme to help fans with anxiety during his most recent tour announcement.
Today (26 March) is Purple Day, a chance to dress head to toe in purple and spread awareness about epilepsy.
Jen Blackwell always dreamed of being a dancer and dance leader. However, she was unable to find dance training suitable for people with learning disabilities. So, Jen, who has Down’s syndrome, decided to do something about it.
The Special Olympics is currently underway, and it is shining a spotlight on accessible sporting events. As day five nears an end, we look at the achievements being made.
Disabled artist Jason Wilsher-Mills is bringing his art to life using augmented reality while breaking down barriers for the disabled community.
A bi-annual event, Disabled Access Day (DAD) is back for 2019 with the vision of celebrating accessibility across the disabled community. From humble beginnings, DAD is breaking down barriers.