The concept of MASIS was first considered over eight years ago. However, since MASIS was successful in gaining both registered charity and community interest company accreditations, the concept has become a reality!
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.
Commercial relationships are strongly encouraged
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.
Motor vehicles can be obtained by disabled people, their nominated drivers, friends and families and since the introduction of Personal Independence Payments (PIP) the facility may prove of additional help to disabled people who have lost their entitlement to the government supported motoring scheme.
For further assistance please complete the contact form below giving as much information as possible about the type of vehicle required.
MASIS would like to offer our friends and supporters the opportunity to be included on our website
The MASIS website is used regularly and trusted by thousands of organisations and individuals seeking information on a variety of subjects relating to disability and inclusion.
Being associated with MASIS through your own organisation or company appearing on the page or pages that relate to your own sector will greatly increase the volume of traffic DIRECTLY to your preferred page rather than run the risk of a search engine sending your potential clients to a similar company who has paid for their SOE ( Search Engine Optimization ).
Naidex is Europe's largest disability and rehabilitation event for trade, healthcare professionals and the general public. Taking place at Birmingham's NEC on the 26th & 27th March 2019, Naidex attracts innovation, information, cutting edge suppliers, and the most inspirational speakers from around the world to one venue, over two unforgettable days.
Starbucks Opens First Sign Language Store For Deaf and Hearing Impaired Customers
"Cinemability: The Art of Inclusion" Ben Affleck & Jamie Foxx Star In this disability feature-length documentary. "CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion" It reveals a compelling and often amusing look at the history of disability portrayals in entertainment. COMING OCTOBER 05th, 2018 to iTunes, Google and Amazon.com !!!
Directed by: Jenni Gold
Starring: Ben Affleck Geena Davis Jamie Foxx Helen Hunt William H.Macy Jane Seymour & Gary Sinise Ben Affleck & Jamie Foxx Star In this disability feature
"CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion - Teaser Trailer (2018)"
With Ben Affleck & Jamie Foxx "Over 20% of the US population are disabled that's 56 MILLION Americans who are disabled YET ONLY 2.5% appear on-screen"
Lee Ridley is an English stand-up comedian from Newcastle upon Tyne, Great Britain. Disabled since early life, and unable to speak, he is the first stand-up comedian in Britain to use a communication aid in his routines, performing them under the stage name of "Lost Voice Guy". He rose to prominence in June 2018 upon winning the 12th series of Britain's Got Talent
Morgan's Inspiration Island in San Antonio, Texas, is the first waterpark built for all kids, even those in wheelchairs
Colombian fan helping deaf and blind friend watch game shows magic of the World Cup
From PA Consulting Group: We're celebrating 70 years of the NHS and their achievements. Here at PA we have valued supporting the NHS for the past 21 years and look forward to continuing to support this important institution to help improve the lives of patients and communities.
The British Red Cross has been working with the NHS since it was established 70 years ago. The Red Cross has a long and proud history working in the health and social care sector, it has been working in this area since 1870. The British Red Cross is present in around 100 hospitals across the UK, including 20 A&E departments The British Red Cross wishes the NHS a very happy birthday and all its staff and volunteers look forward to working more with the NHS in the next 70 years.