autism

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


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


2024 New Year Goals

To celebrate the start of 2024, we share some of our favourite contributors from the last year alongside important figures in the disability community to…




Celebrating autism acceptance

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.



Calling for autism acceptance

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.



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.


The need for good care during Good Care Month

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.






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