The Mobility And Support Information Service

MASIS

For inclusion & equality

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About Us

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Our history

Since 2012 when MASIS  was successful in gaining registered charity accreditation the concept has become a reality.

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Our aims

Addressing methods to help boost self-esteem and well-being of disabled people (and individuals with long-term health conditions) enabling them to play as active roles in society as possible is a ‘monumental’ and diverse task.

MASIS cannot address all issues, but as a result of links established with numerous charities as well as government departments and organisations, MASIS knows the people who can provide expert disability information and support.

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Become involved

 

Commercial relationships are strongly encouraged especially as all charities need to generate revenue to ensure their future survival. Any income received from commercial deals and advertising will (once MASIS has addressed relevant operating costs), be redistributed into health research projects which are investigating and hopefully combating the many barriers disabled people and those with long-term health conditions face.

Visiting this website, using the information displayed and purchasing products advertised will help MASIS achieve its objectives.

COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIPS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED

Peter Lyne

(Founder)


COLLABORATING FOR INCLUSION

Recent developments within MASIS now mean that the charity has the

capability of reaching a daily national and international 'on-line'

audience of many millions of viewers.


If you represent a business associated with the following sectors

MASIS would be pleased to receive contact as commercial relationships

are strongly encouraged.

Housing/construction, travel and tourism, sport and recreational

pursuits, music and performing arts, private and public transport

services and private healthcare services.


DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETIES PROMOTE IMPROVED HEALTH, WELLBEING AND SELF-ESTEEM FOR DISABLED PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES.


If interested please complete the 'on-line' contact form below and

MASIS will contact you as soon as possible.

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Some Of Our Pages

MOTORING

Mobility cars + Motability cars

For information and advice on mobility cars, motability cars as well as information on how to apply to the Blue Badge Scheme

TRAVEL

Disabled travel
Disabled rail cards
Transportation for disabled
Disabled bus pass

From planning a holiday or break to the essential contacts for: 

Disabled travel

Disabled rail cards

Transportation for disabled

Disabled bus pass

PRODUCTS & AIDS

Disabled aids
Disabled Products
Mobility Aids
Mobility Aids

All the latest information on disability products and aids that make everyday tasks easier and more accessible.

Everything from  mobility aids to wheelchairs and furniture to professional healthcare equipment

SPORT AND RECREATION

Disabled Sport 
Disabled recreation
accessible sport

All the latest news and information on disabled sport with great ideas for new activities to try 

GRANTS & FINANCIAL HELP

Disabled grants
Disability Living Allowance
What is disability living allowance
DLA rate

All they key information for  for the most common questions including: 

Personal Independance Payment

Disability Living Allowance

What is disability living allowance

DLA rate 

Along with information on various grants that are available

EDUCATION

Disabled education
University application
UCAS
Inclusive education

Information on education & academia whether it's seeking information on organisations or advice on applying to university or taking a part-time course if you are disabled.

WEST COUNTRY LIfestyle's "Charity of The Year"

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"Charity Of The Year"

Addressing methods to help boost self-esteem and well-being of disabled people (and individuals with long-term health conditions) enabling them to play as active roles in society as possible is a ‘monumental’ and diverse task.

MASIS cannot address all issues, but as a result of links established with numerous charities as well as government departments and organisations, MASIS knows the people who can provide expert disability information and support.

As a Registered Charity MASIS encourages the development of commercial relationships and website advertising. All surplus funds generated from advertising or donations will be re-distributed into supporting pre-selected projects and organisations

whose aims are to improve health and wellbeing of disabled people. MASIS believes that disabled people should enjoy and experience as equal as possible lifestyles and opportunities which non-disabled individuals take for granted.

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USA TV Opportunity

MASIS is excited to have been given the opportunity to establish associations with a USA based TV production company which

has a global 'reach' and be involved in the recording of a one hour documentary (intended to be flmed in the UK) which will

promote and address issues relating to the social inclusion and equality of disabled people.

There are costs involved for any commercial companies wishing to be mentioned or included in the documentary. The TV company have their own internal sales team who will liaise directly with any companies who contact MASIS and discuss appropriate costs.

For further information please send an e-mailed enquiry to info@masis.org.uk

Thank you,

Peter Lyne.

Founder.

Mobility and Support Information Service (MASIS)

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