At times like these, it can become quite easy for feelings of loneliness to creep in, particularly if you’re social distancing or self-isolating.
Yesterday (11 March), the government announced its budget, looking at how money will be spent and distributed in the next financial year and beyond.
Today (13 February), Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to reshuffle his cabinet in his first major reshuffle since becoming PM. Ahead of the announcements, we look back at our interview with Justin Tomlinson, Minister of State for Disabled People.
As the December general election approaches, we look at the information and support available to make voting accessible for everyone.
The UK Government has announced that every inpatient with a learning disability or autism in a mental health hospital is to have their case reviewed over the next 12 months.
Today (4 November), the average disabled worker stops getting paid, relative to their non-disabled co-workers. As a result, today is known as the Disability Pay Gap Day.
Recent figures have highlighted that a record number of disabled people have been supported by the UK Government’s Access to Work scheme.
As the prospect of a no deal Brexit becomes more of a reality, there is a call for better communication with the public around medicine shortages and stockpiling.
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.
Prime Minister, Theresa May has today (25 June) launched a new package of measures to tackle injustices faced by disabled people in the workplace, at home and in the community head on.
On Thursday (23 May), across the UK people went out to cast their votes in the European Elections. As the results sink in, what does this mean for us now?
Last night (22 May) BBC aired their undercover investigation into the abuse and mistreatment of vulnerable adults during their stay at Whorlton Hall, County Durham. It made for appalling viewing and Enable is backing the call for change.
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, has vowed to create a public autism awareness raising campaign later this year.
As the next local elections approach in England, we look at the measures in place to make voting accessible for everyone.
Learning disability charity, Mencap, has created an easy-read guide to voting in local elections, to give adults with learning disabilities all the information they need to know.