Advancements in MND trials are making a breakthrough; Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi speaks to Lorne Gillies about the future of MND research.
Katie Price is a devoted and dedicated parent, and her new BBC One Documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me showcases the powerful journey to support her eldest son’s transition from child to adult services.
An online Burns supper event in Glasgow, which is set to be the world’s biggest online Burns celebration, will benefit specialist charity Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland
If you employ your own care and support using a direct payment from health or social care, or your own money, you can apply for money for training.
Kidz to Adultz is set to return with their second Venue to Virtual event from Monday 1 March 2021, and Enable Magazine is proud to be attending.
Channel 4’s Production Training Scheme 2021 has opened for applications to learn and develop skills pertinent to the TV industry.
A new study has revealed that vulnerable children can be up to seven times more at risk in the digital world than those without vulnerabilities. Free online advice service Internet Matters is now calling for a greater focus in how the UK supports vulnerable children.
Large numbers of vulnerable people are unable to reach, lift or hold drinks, leaving them at serious risk of dehydration. Hydrate for Health make it easy for vulnerable people to drink without assitance.
In a bid to help determine the Prime Minister’s upcoming National Strategy for Disabled People, disabled people are being asked to share their experiences.
British Sign Language interpreters are now available across all DWP benefit-related services, utilising a Video Relay Service.
Revitalise is here for people struggling with reduced care and loneliness, providing COVID safe respite breaks throughout lockdown.
Ontex Healthcare is committed to encouraging people to talk about incontinence at every stage in life, providing awareness on how to support someone with incontinence.
The Department of Health and Social Care today (13 January) published its response to the Mental Health Act White Paper.
As we prepared to enter 2021 we spoke to friends of Enable and prominent voices in the disabled community about their hopes and ambitions around disability.
Disability hate crime is on the rise, even so, only one in 62 cases end in a criminal charge. Lorne Gillies goes behind the crime to discover why cases are not being reported and what more needs to be done.