UK charity Mobility and Support Information Service (MASIS) is asking for relevant companies to get in touch to establish ‘collaborating relationships’ within the industry.
Founder Peter Lyne told Access and Mobility Professional that MASIS would make an ideal partner for “companies involved with the disability sector including mobility equipment manufacturers, motor vehicle companies (or dealership groups), tourism and recreation service providers and any other relevant industries.”
MASIS’ goal is to provide information and support that can aid disabled people in living a happier and more fulfilling life.
Since it was registered as a charity by the Charity Commission in 2012, MASIS has aided disabled people by adapting their home environment, purchase and supply of vehicles, adaptation of vehicles and providing key worker support.
Peter was appointed as an individual partner of an Oxford University based collaborating centre in 2018 and assisted its two co-founders in presenting a forum addressing the social ‘model’ of health and wellbeing at Naidex in the same year.
Founder Peter Lyne, who wanted to emphasise to the industry “the importance of collaboration”, asks that interested parties contact him through the MASIS website.