Today (1 June), a new book is hitting the stands. We caught up with author Lizzie Huxley-Jones to find out more.
Broadcaster Nicky Campbell and his daughter Kirsty share more than a familial connection: they both have a diagnosis of ADHD.
As Autism Acceptance Month comes to a close, there’s still a chance to celebrate the achievements of autistic people and better educate the public.
On 24 June, Dimensions is hosting an event to help explain the process of moving from child to adult social care.
Awareness is an essential part of ensuring autistic people get the support they need, but acceptance can hold greater importance, allowing people to feel like they belong in their communities.
After receiving an ADHD diagnosis at 24-years-old, Ellie Middleton is learning about herself while speaking out about neurodiversity.
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.
Carers provide a lifeline for both the people they look after and unpaid carers. This Good CareMonth we celebrate those continually giving back and call for more people in the profession.
Thousands of people with a learning disability and/or autism are in modern-day asylums at risk of increased levels of abuse, despite the UK government making promises to change the system 10-years on from a major hospital abuse scandal.
This World Autism Awareness Week (29 March – 4 April 2021), we speak to one parent about the importance of routine for her autistic children.
Today, Harvey Price has announced that he will be taking up a new role as Ambassador for the UK’s leading learning disability charity, Mencap.
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 Department of Health and Social Care today (13 January) published its response to the Mental Health Act White Paper.
This week (9 to 15 November) marks Learning Disability at Work Week, calling on employers to think differently about who they hire.
Over 11,000 people have signed an open letter to the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, calling on him to use his upcoming Spending Review to protect autistic people.