Award season is just around the corner and the leading disability and lifestyle title, Enable Magazine has been nominated for a PPA Scotland Award.
Up for Specialist Magazine of the Year, the nod celebrates the dedicated and tireless work Enable Magazine puts in for disabled readers, their friends, family, and professionals.
Writers regularly connect with readers on a personal level to deliver their story and experiences to the wider disabled community.
Launched in May 2011 by Denise Connelly of DC Publishing, an award-winning publishing company creating niche consumer magazines in-house; over the last seven years, Enable Magazine has become a staple read for disability.
Denise enthuses: “I am thrilled that Enable Magazine has been nominated for Specialist Magazine of the Year. Everyone in the team is extremely passionate about the title and is committed to bringing the latest disability news, interviews, and more to our readership.
“Over the years we have seen the magazine grow and develop to become the leading disability title in the UK. To be nominated is a wonderful honour and a great boost and gratification for the hard work that goes into every single issue.”
Researching topics of great interest, the team behind Enable Magazine has a standing foundation with readers, advertisers, PR companies, charities, and the organisations with disability and accessibility at the forefront of their minds.
The ethos that Enable Magazine holds dear is knocking down the boundaries of disability. Enable Magazine does not shy away from the specialist interests of their readership.
Articles going above the normal remits to provide thought provoking content include the ongoing assisted dying debate, look at the benefits of medicinal cannabis for people with epilepsy and MS, all the way to innovative products to facilitate independence to their readers. Each issue breaks the mould of what is expected.
Winner of the Specialist Magazine of the Year Award will be announced on Thursday 6 December during the awards ceremony at SWG3 in Glasgow.