Thirteen charities working to support autistic people, disabled people and people with a learning disability are set to benefit from additional government funding to combat the challenges faced by the pandemic.
Anyone can experience sleep issues, but for children with a learning disability it can be more common. Charities reveal their top tips to ensure everyone can have a good relationship with sleep.
The Sunnybank Trust is working to make sure hidden disabilities are visible through education and radio interviews.
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.
Revitalise is here for people struggling with reduced care and loneliness, providing COVID safe respite breaks throughout lockdown.
Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children has been chosen as the charity which will benefit from River Island’s festive fundraising this year, meaning a huge boost to families needing specialist equipment across the UK.
In a time where it was hard to see the positives, three charities highlight the extra support they put in place and what they have learned.
World Mental Health Day highlights the importance of looking after our mental health, the support available and what needs to be done to provide support.
We all know someone who has made an extraordinary impact within the disabled community. Share your story with the help of Enable Magazine.
Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children call on Glasgow community to raise vital funds for equipment to support four-year-old child and her family.
A group of interns from Engage to Change DFN Project SEARCH have donated funds to support the North Wales NHS COVID-19 Response Fund.
Our new columnist, TV presenter, campaigner and mental health advocate, Gail Porter writes about her life in lockdown and taking the time to be grateful.
The Stroke Association has launched their Here for You telephone support services, with support from Kaye Adams, to help tackle loneliness.
A Gloucester barber has trained all staff to spot mental health issues in clients in a bid to promote mental health awareness in men.
Guide Dogs have asked the general public to ‘keep their distance, but don’t disappear’ – to help those trying to social distance with sight loss.