Articles by Enable Magazine

Martin on a mission

Manchester Arena bombing survivor and disability advocate Martin Hibbert is on a mission. Our editor spoke exclusively to Martin about his busy life  




Those little things

When Henry Fraser jumped into the sea while on holiday, he hit a sand bank underwater and became paralysed. Aged just 17 at the time, he could never have known that his life would end up better than he could have ever imagined. Editor Melissa Holmes spoke to Henry to learn more


Diverse minds at work

Around one in seven people are neurodivergent, but many employers admit they have little to no understanding of neurodiverse conditions. We speak to two entrepreneurs about their experiences


Hakuna Matata!

Samantha Renke heads to London’s West End to take in a show… and The Lion King did not disappoint




A deadly survival mechanism

From Twiggy in the 60s to the TikTok filters of today, concerns around body image have been present for decades. One area that’s under increasing investigation is the link between eating disorders and neurodiversity


Swipe right?

Modern dating is a minefield and there’s a lot to consider. Add a disability into the mix and it gets even trickier to navigate. But what support is out there?



ACCESSIBLE APPRENTICESHIPS

Being disabled should never limit your options and career, which is why apprenticeships are a great way to get into your chosen field 


“I want change” – Dr Shani Dhanda

Disability advocate, entrepreneur, TV personality and the UK’s most influential disabled person Dr Shani Dhanda chats exclusively with Enable magazine



Free days out

To bring a bit of new year cheer, we’ve compiled a list of the best free and accessible days out to enjoy across the UK


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