interview


The golden years of care

Behind closed doors millions of people are caring for a relative or loved one. Of those millions, high percentages are older carers with their own…


Changing attitudes

We all have our own unique traits and talents. However, disabled people often have their skills ignored – until now. We find out how social…



INTERVIEW: Dame Sarah Storey

Pregnant with her second child, running an elite women’s cycling team and eyeing up the Tokyo Paralympics in 2020 too – it’s a busy time…


Hannah Cockroft: Going for Gold

 The secret to Paralmypic success? A pair of lucky pants and strawberry  laces – and a whole lot of hard work and talent. Wheelchair racer…


Raising awareness of MS

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that affects 100,000 people in the UK, with many getting diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40. We had a chat…



Understanding Marfan Syndrome

By Shannon McGarrity Marfan syndrome is a genetic connective tissue disorder which can affect almost any area of the body. Symptoms include hypermobile joints, lens…


“Dyslexia made me millions”

In a recent interview with Forbes, BioTeam CEO Stan Gloss, told the mag that he believed that his dyslexia had helped him to build a…


INTERVIEW: Penny Briscoe

ParalympicsGB Chef de Mission Penny Briscoe tells Enable about her role and what’s going on on the run up to the 2016 Paralympic Games How…


Rob Camm: No challenge too great

Despite a tragic accident leaving Rob Camm paralysed from the neck down at the age of 18, he won’t let his injury hold him back. Now 21…


Q&A: Jack Binstead

Step aside Zoella, Tanya Burr and Alfie Deyes – there’s a new YouTuber on the block! Joining the trend for sharing your life through web-based…



Heather Mills

Model, activist, entrepreneur, award-winning Alpine ski racer and amputee Heather Mills tells Enable about her most recent challenge – Channel 4’s The Jump You’ve just…