The May/June issue of the magazine, which you can read here, is filled with engaging and exciting content, helping to highlight key voices and important topics in the disability community.
The Enable article also tells the story of one of our Believe & Achieve peer mentors Holly Loach and her relationship with her cochlear implants. Holly lost her hearing following meningitis at 14 months.
Highlight our work
Trevor Reid, our Director of Fundraising and Communications, said: “It’s good to work with these national magazines, not just to raise the profile of the charity and the disease but also to highlight some of the great work we are doing to fight back against meningitis.
“We hope this issue’s article will introduce even more people to our charity and the range of support that we can offer.”
Also in this issue, to mark Carers Week (6 to 12 June), an article explores the many faces of carers and shares their unique experiences. Emma said: “It is estimated that unpaid carers save the economy £132 billion ever year, but many carers are still fighting for support and rights.
“We’re pleased to highlight the work of Meningitis Now. We are always working on new ways to connect with disabled people, carers, healthcare professionals and other people in the community to share factual news and information.
“Making the magazine available digitally is a good way to reach the disability community.”