Articles by Enable Magazine

Your perfect PA?

Samantha Renke shares her experiences of looking for a Personal Assistant, and offers her top tips to help you find support that suits


Global Accessibility Awareness Day: Get About… A Bit

Fancy a new outfit? How about meeting up for a meal? Imagine simply hopping on a bus to town, or going to a restaurant without researching access first… Disabled peoples’ ability to access the highstreet continues to be an issue. We find out more


Move for Mental Health

Focus on Mental Health Awareness Week, which takes place from 13 to 19 May, with a focus on moving more to improve your mental wellbeing


JAY HOWARD: Making a Difference

Jay Howard was the first disabled contestant to appear on Married at First Sight (MAFS). The 2023 TV show changed her life, and she’s helping improve awareness of people with limb differences. We caught up with Jay to chat about life after MAFS 




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


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