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.
There are a range of products and services available to ensure you can move from A to B with ease. From Shell to Changing Places, let’s get accessible.
The BBC is set to raise awareness of disability throughout November with a series of dramas, documentaries, news packages and discussions.
In 2010 the Equality Act was enacted into law by Parliament to legally protect people against discrimination. The RNIB discuss the Act ten years on.
Two sisters have launched a petition calling for public facing staff members to get disability awareness training after discrimination at Alton Towers.
The University of the Creative Arts has launched their postgraduate students’ projects online, with one student working with the disabled community.
Mencap and CBF warn that the pressures of COVID is causing more delays to people with a learning disability and/or autism getting out of modern-day asylums.
We all know someone who has made an extraordinary impact within the disabled community. Share your story with the help of Enable Magazine.
The Truth Project is working to provide a safe and inclusive space for victims or survivors of child sexual abuse to engage with an independent inquiry.
New fears have been revealed by a disability charity that the disabled community may be left behind.
Comedian, actor and author of multiple children’s books, David Walliams took time out of his schedule to entertain children living with a disability.
What more needs to be done to support disabled women during pregnancy? Two women share their experiences and advice on falling pregnant when disabled.
Speaking to Enable, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work Justin Tomlinson shares what the UK Government is doing to support the disabled community.
Self-isolating or social distancing are terms that we’ve all come accustomed to hearing. Our columnist Tim Rushby-Smith shares his experiences.
Actress and model Jamie Brewer is advocating for change, helping to fight negative perceptions around disability. Speaking to Lorne Gillies, Jamie reveals why disability shouldn’t hold you back.