One of the most iconic Formula 1 drivers of his time, Sir Jackie Stewart won World Championships with his sweetheart, Lady Helen by his side recording his track time. Now, Sir Jackie is racing the clock to find a cure for dementia to help Lady Helen; he spoke with Lorne Gillies.
A company that produces stylish wheelchair wheel covers has collaborated with Barbie to create four limited-edition designs.
Football is arguably our nation’s favourite sport, and for fans it is also one of the most accessible. Emma Storr heads onto the pitch to find out why accessibility is so important for two Scottish football clubs.
New research by Jo’s Cercival Cancer Trust has found that two thirds of women with a physical disability are experiencing barriers to cervical screenings.
Following the launch of The Katie Piper Foundation Rehabilitation Centre, we sat down with Katie, to find out more about the vital work the centre does, and battling with confidence.
Earlier this week, Enable was lucky enough to attend the official opening of the Katie Piper Foundation Rehabilitation Centre, at Fairfield Independent Hospital in St. Helens.
The University of Glasgow has been granted over £900,000 for vital research into adults and children who have Crohn’s disease.
The fiancé of an aspiring equestrian star who suffered spinal injuries as the result of a fall from a horse has made a YouTube video about how the couple installed a homelift in their home which has gone viral with over four million views in four days.
Distance learning gives disabled people the opportunity to study from home. We speak to a member of The Open University Disability Support Team to discover the benefits, challenges and support available.
Processing a diagnosis of Motor Neurone Disease (MND), or other associated illnesses, come with many possibilities to consider. One such experience could be preparing to lose your voice. Now, voice banking could provide a solace and safety net for people set to lose their voice.
With just under a year to go before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and just over a year until the Paralympics, we’re getting excited, and are sure you are too.
The rise in disability visibility on a global scale is something to be celebrated, but that’s not to say there isn’t still a long way to go. Campaigns around the world are going the extra mile, ensuring disabled people get the representation they deserve.
During her gap year Ellie Simpson, who has cerebral palsy, started to feel socially isolated. Motivated to create opportunities for other young disabled people Ellie set up her charity, CP Teens UK, and got involved with sport.
Last issue we shone a light on the growing mistrust in Personal Independence Payment. With understanding limited amongst assessors, the 20-metre rule faces increased disconcert. We investigate the campaign to scrap the 20-metre rule.
Island life is unlike any other. However, with a disability, living on a remote Scottish island poses some challenges. We speak with Skye and Lochalsh Access Panel to discover disability and accessibility on the Isle of Skye.