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­Presenting Enable Magazine May-June issueThe UK’s leading disability and lifestyle title­­

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The summer months are just beginning and this issue has a wealth of content to keep you informed, entertained and inspired. For this issue’s lead interview, we meet neurodiverse author Elle McNicoll to talk about her hit novel, A Kind of Spark, and the process of adapting it into a TV series. 
Inside, we’re putting the focus on the importance of community as we spotlight the contribution unpaid carers make, before learning about fostering. Reaching out for support from others can be difficult but important: we’re sharing tips on coping with anxiety and when to seek help; two women share their positive experiences of having Barbie butt surgery; and we meet a charity helping to remove barriers to period education. 
This issue, we’re also sharing Scottish holiday inspiration and discovering an accessible Jersey hotel; Yvonne Cobb shares her latest recipe; and we go behind the scenes of the campaign aiming to improve election accessibility. Plus, a disability employment adviser explains their role; we put the spotlight on barriers to higher education; and we meet the police officer turned designer launching an adaptive clothing brand. 
All of this and much more inside.