If you employ your own care and support using a direct payment from health or social care, or your own money, you can apply for money for training.
A new study has revealed that vulnerable children can be up to seven times more at risk in the digital world than those without vulnerabilities. Free online advice service Internet Matters is now calling for a greater focus in how the UK supports vulnerable children.
Large numbers of vulnerable people are unable to reach, lift or hold drinks, leaving them at serious risk of dehydration. Hydrate for Health make it easy for vulnerable people to drink without assitance.
British Sign Language interpreters are now available across all DWP benefit-related services, utilising a Video Relay Service.
As we prepared to enter 2021 we spoke to friends of Enable and prominent voices in the disabled community about their hopes and ambitions around disability.
Charity Mencap is demanding action to close the health inequality gap for children with a learning disability. The new Children’s Campaign is calling for greater support from the point of diagnosis and beyond.
To help mark their 30-year anniversary, children’s charity Whizz-Kidz are releasing 30 stories from wheelchair users across their history.
Each year, 3 December marks International Day of People with Disabilities, a United Nations-sanctioned day celebrated worldwide. This year, hidden disabilities and the impact of the coronavirus on isolation and mental health are in the spotlight.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his Spending Review, determining how much is to be spent on public services and the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.
The festive season will look different this year, but that shouldn’t dampen your spirits. This year’s virtual events mean Christmas will be more accessible.
A family-run company from North Wales is in the running to be named one of the best rural businesses in the UK after being shortlisted for a Rural Business Award.
New research involving people with mental health problems has revealed that half say their mental health has deteriorated since the start of the pandemic.
Disability lifestyle vlogger and wheelchair user Gem Hubbard is campaignig to stop disabled parking bays being blocked off with seats and tables.
Business Disability Forum is calling for the introduction of a new ‘tech for life’ model, becuase technology should go beyond employment or education.
Changing Places reveal the need for more facilities and the new legislation making a difference for some of the 14.1 million disabled people in the UK.