Scope has warned that millions of disabled people could be blocked from accessing essential online services due to poor website accessibility.
Israeli start-up accessiBe is working towards their final goal of making all corners of the internet accessible by 2025, beneficial during the age of COVID.
No Labels No Walls + We Are One Festival 2020 festival has arrived to break down barriers, and is the culmination of collaboration in the time of COVID-19.
For the first time in Academy Awards history, movies will have to meet inclusion standards in order to content for best picture at the Oscars.
Amazon has unveiled a new feature for people with a narrow field of vision to make their streaming services more accessible.
Working with the RNIB, Aldi has announced it will trial audio prompts to help blind and partially-sighted customers safely enter its stores.
Cibes have been designing and manufacturing platform lifts from their factory in Gävle Sweden for more than 70 years. They have now gone onto expand their business with over two hundred partners in 50 countries worldwide.
Across the country the high-street is a buzz with shoppers. However, the disabled community are distinctly lacking representation within stores. Purple Tuesday is changing the face of disabled shopping, founder Mike Adams OBE reveals why.
You and three friends could be heading for a break at one of Hoe Grange Holidays’ accessible holiday lodges in the Peak District.
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.
With rolling hills and stunning landscapes, the French Alps may not be synonymous with summer. However, with state-of-the-art accessible accommodation from Chilly Powder, the Alpes are set to become the must-visit destination for the summer months.
We’re giving three Enable readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the iconic Latitude Festival this summer.
A bi-annual event, Disabled Access Day (DAD) is back for 2019 with the vision of celebrating accessibility across the disabled community. From humble beginnings, DAD is breaking down barriers.
On 1 March there is an annual celebration of wheelchairs and accessibility during the worldwide event, International Wheelchair Day.
Players at Hull FC have come together with Cartwright Mobility and Stoneacre Ford to hand over a custom-designed wheelchair accessible vehicle to one of the Club’s biggest fans.