Enable Ability and What's It Like
PALS-Society has teamed with Enable Ability to focus on the creation of immersive technology to help people with anxiety access places that might seem daunting to do without having been there first. Watch this promotional video to find out all about the What's It Like project:
Enable Ability and the Urban Vocal Group
On February 9th a team from the Portsmouth and Hampshire Youth Projects worked with the Urban Vocal Group and Fort Radio on the DJ Workshop to engage in singing and learn about digital broadcasting and very kindly the team from UVG put together this video montage of the day.
Our huge thanks go to the Urban Vocal Group (UVG) https://theuvg.co.uk who are a multi award winning charity who use singing as a gateway to further participation in music and to develop key life skills in young people aged 11 - 25 ; many of whom live in disadvantaged areas or are experiencing challenging circumstances.
Watch the video by clicking on the image below (opens in new window).
Videos from 2018
In early 2018 the Trustees of Enable Ability decided that the level of awareness in the local area about the charity was low and to address that they commissioned a promotional/awareness video from Freddie Rostand, a one-time local BBC News reporter who now runs his own production company.
We were very pleased that our Patron, Fred Dinenage, was able to make time in his busy schedule to record the introduction and summary.
Here are a few images of the ‘making of the video’ and below are the links to the two videos themselves which will run the video in the page.
Portsmouth University Digital Marketing Students
Additionally Portsmouth University Digital Marketing students made two videos for the charity which can also be viewed on You Tube at the following links:
"Helping is Enabling" by Gintare Raudyte - link opens in new window
Shaping Portsmouth Interview
Richard Soutar our Enable Ability Manager was interviewed by Stef Nienaltowski of Shaping Portsmouth and this is the (audio only) recording which gives a nice history of the charity.
Harley Salter Abseil down the Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth
The official video of Enable Ability’s own young man Harley Salter who raised over £2000 abseiling down the side of Portsmouth’s Spinnaker Tower….go Harley…a real-life Superhero!!