There’s no denying that we live in unprecedented times, and knowing what you can and can’t do has been disorientating. As lockdown measures change across the UK, what does this mean for you?
Transport for London have introduced a new card to help passengers inform staff if they are exempt due to medical reasons.
This week (18 – 24 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week, as our sleep patterns change, your mental health can be impacted.
Today (15 May) is Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day. Every year, spinal cord injury charities come together to hold the event, to celebrate the day and raise money.
Journalist Frank Gardner has lived an exceptional life and overcome many adversities, in today’s Enable Asks, Frank discusses adapting to lockdown.
This Brain Injury Awareness Week, The Children’s Trust talk about concussion and the short and long term impact it can have on children and families.
Receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another dementia poses a plethora of questions, and Alzheimer’s Research UK is working tirelessly to fund research and work with people directly impacted to provide answers. Most importantly, finding a cure.
Lockdown is impacting us in many different ways, so, at Enable HQ we’ve launched Enable Asks: where we ask some familiar faces their experience of lockdown.
What more needs to be done to support disabled women during pregnancy? Two women share their experiences and advice on falling pregnant when disabled.
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.
In the last 20 years MS research has reached a crucial point in finding medication that can slow, stop or reverse the effects of the condition. Here, the MS Society speaks to Enable about the quest to Stop MS and the innovative research they believe will make it possible.
Speaking to Enable, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work Justin Tomlinson shares what the UK Government is doing to support the disabled community.
With uncertainty around what will happen next, it is understandable to have concerns around your finances and any benefits you receive while there are restrictions in place to limit the spread of coronavirus.
There’s no denying that we’re loving in strange times and it’s perfectly normal if you’re fining it hard to cope at the moment. Everything has changed you may need some time to adjust to the new normal.
Today (11 April) is World Parkinson’s Day, where we raise awareness of the condition to help the wider community understand what living with Parkinson’s is really like.