Enable Magazine is the UK‚Äôs leading disability title, bringing specialist content into the hands of readers. Across the UK, there are 13.9 million people living with a sensory, learning, physical or hidden disabilities; an area that disabled people, carers, families, and organisations continually want to know more about. For this reason, Enable is an expert in bringing the latest engaging content to our print and online platforms. Dedicated to their reader‚Äôs interests, writers connect with and interview the best possible person for every feature. Researching topics of great interest since forming in 2011, the team has built a standing foundation with the disabled community, carers, professionals and beyond to get to the heart of each story. Learning the highs and lows in a relationship when caring for a loved one, to investigating the hard-hitting issues that impact the disabled community: Enable is continually at the forefront. Through in-depth interviews with people looking to share their experiences of disability to help others, Enable goes above and beyond to produce relevant and exclusive content to ensure the magazine is always ahead of the game and giving readers information or advice they desperately seek. Due to the reputation of Enable, writers have had the privilege of interviewing leading names in disability working to change perceptions on life with a disability. From Paralympians Jonnie Peacock and Lauren Steadman, model and activist Katie Price, rugby legend living with MND Doddie Weir, Special Olympics Global Ambassador Nicole Scherzinger, and more: everyone has a story to share. The ethos that Enable holds dear is breaking the boundaries of disability. Enable does not shy away from the stories readers are discussing. From debating assisted dying, the power of medicinal cannabis, to speaking with the first quadruple female amputee to climb the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro: you name it, we‚Äôve done it.