Features

Deepening Cuts

We’ve now passed the midway point with our current government, but what impact has the coalition had on the lives of disabled people? We find…


Race2Recovery

It’s a colossal task by anyone’s standards, so when a team including six injured servicemen set off to tackle the epic Dakar Rally earlier this…


Making sense of the senses

We find out more about therapies available to people with sensory disorders… We all know about the five senses – touch, taste, sight, sound and…



Running Free

Eight months after being diagnosed with locked-in syndrome following a brainstem stroke, Kate Allatt walked out of hospital. The mum of three spoke to Enable’s…


Mum, MS and me

You might know him better for his on-air antics at BBC Radio 1, but presenter Scott Mills saw his life turned upside down when mum…


Get away from it all…

Now that 2013 has arrived, there’s one thing playing on our minds – where to go for this year’s holiday? We round up some of…


Giving Back

There’s something you could be doing this festive season that’ll mean much more than the latest computer game. We share some charitable ideas that could…


Removing Barriers

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the International Day for Persons with Disabilities. So what’s it all about? We find out more… Every year…


Who cares about carers?

Six million Brits spend their spare time caring for a friend, family member or partner, offering them vital support for no payment. But who’s there…


Seeing Things Differently

What’s life like if you see things a little bit differently from everyone else? We speak to one mum about her family’s experience… Five-year-old Jamal…



Canine Partners

We find out about the work of Canine Partners, the charity which trains up the nation’s favourite pet to transform the lives of disabled people…


Me and my sister

Laura Smith is 29 and lives in Worthing with her mother Angie and sister Katie, 27. Katie has autism and is non-verbal, which greatly affects…


The day London stood still

When Dan Biddle made his way to work on 7 July 2005, he had no idea that the man sitting just six feet away from…