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Caring for the carers using health technology

Recruiting and retaining care staff is an ongoing challenge for care providers, while every day another 6,000 people take on the responsibility of caring for a loved one at home. Supporting the wellbeing of staff in social care settings and the homes of vulnerable people is paramount.


The power of technology in helping people with a learning disability live more independently

There are 1.5 million people with a learning disability currently living in the UK, and ensuring that proactive, person-centred care is offered is crucial to ensure they can live both safely and more independently. Here Angus Honeysett, head of market access at Tunstall Healthcare, writes exclusively for Enable about how technology has stepped up to make a difference in the lives of people living with disabilities.







Purple Tuesday: paint the town purple

Every year on 2 November, Purple Tuesday encourages businesses around the UK to become more accessible, but the impact can have a lasting effect for years to come.




Learning after an acquired brain injury

The classroom and education are critical for all developing young people. When a pupil is returning to the classroom after an acquired brain injury, knowing how to best support their needs is imperative. A new resource is here to help.



The hidden 13.6 million unpaid carers

With an exponential rise of unpaid carers during the pandemic and no increase in support provisions, the hidden workforce is at risk of being left behind.


The language of disability with Kray-Z Legz

As the world reopens, new research shows that language is a barrier in the connection between disabled and non-disabled people. It’s time to talk about the language of disability.


Five minutes with… Christine McGuinness

The pandemic has meant constant changes to routine, a situation that can be distressing for autistic children and adults. Mother to three autistic children, Christine McGuinness, opens up to Enable about parenting through a pandemic and the family’s upcoming BBC One documentary.


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