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.
We’re giving three Enable readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the iconic Latitude Festival this summer.
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.
Actress Vicky McClure is set to release Our Dementia Choir looking at the impact of music for people living with dementia.
In August 2018 Anne Usher (nee Dickens) set off to travel around the world on a tandem bicycle with her husband, Simon. We speak exclusively to Anne about their journey so far.
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.
We all struggle to apply mascara without poking ourselves in the eye, or even lipstick. And don’t even get us started on winged eyeliner. Grace Beauty is a new beauty company, striving to ensure make up is accessible to all.
LIMB-art is a British design and manufacturing company dedicated to producing the world’s coolest prosthetic leg covers.
Designed with style, produced to perform. Kinetic balance sets a new standard for active, fashionable wheelchair users.
Read through thousands of access guides on the app which aims to transform the quality and availability of accessibility information.
Airline, Virgin Atlantic has announced a new support system to aid passengers with hidden disabilities.
Arthritis is often thought of as an inevitable part of the ageing process. However, for those diagnosed as children, society’s trivialisation of what is often a hidden disability can be the hardest part.
We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to action packed days out. Even better, many of them are accessible. Get yourself booked in for this little lot during your days off.