Enable Magazine September/October

Presenting Enable Magazine
September-October issue
The UK’s leading disability and lifestyle titl
Read the magazineAs we share the latest issue of the magazine, the Enable team continue to keep the Royal Family in their thoughts as they mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Inside this issue, we’re focusing on topical problems having an impact on the disability community and spotlighting support. As the cost of living crisis continues, members of the disability community share their concerns and we spotlight a campaign making a difference. Reporter Frank Gardner talks about barriers to air travel, before we catch up with actor Adam Pearson about his current projects. 

Also inside, we learn about an illustrated book telling the stories of unpaid carers; two people with a visible difference share their experiences and how they deal with stigma; people living with arthritis highlight tips for management; and we reveal how people can get on the property ladder for less. Plus, founder of Unhidden Clothing, Victoria Jenkins, writes about the growth of adaptive fashion and adventurer Darren Edwards discusses training for the World Marathon Challenge. All of this and much more inside. 
Emma Storr
EditorSeptember-October Editor’s picksSharing our experiencesChrissie, who is 59, and David, who is 14, talk about living with a visible difference, perceptions and share the questions and advice that they have for each other.Shared ownership explainedWe explore how the Shared Ownership Scheme is helping people get on to the property ladder for less, and what is available specifically for the disability community. Highlighting menopauseAs World Menopause Day approaches, Paralympian Carly Tait opens up about experiencing premature menopause and her long battle for a diagnosis.ShareTweetForwardIf you would like to share your story, email editor@dcpublishing.co.ukEnable voicesThis issue, the founder of Unhidden Clothing, Victoria Jenkins, writes about the rise in adaptive fashion.  Adventurer Darren Edwards is discussing his training for the World Marathon Challenge which will see him take on seven marathons in seven days, over seven continents. Regular columnist Tim Rushby-Smith discusses the use of the phrase lived experience and the impact of trending phrases. Win an accessible short break in LiverpoolThis issue, we’re giving readers the chance to win an accessible short-break in Liverpool with accommodation and days out.*
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