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MASIS ‘INCLUSION VILLAGE’ NAIDEX 2019
We couldn’t be more excited to announce our collaboration with Naidex 2019 for its eagerly anticipated 45th edition. For those of you who are not familiar with Naidex, here’s a low down of what this show is all about and what it managed to achieve this year…
MASIS Motor Vehicle Scheme
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.
Living with limited mobility, or caring for someone with a disability, comes with a number of unforeseen hazards that you need to protect yourself against.
From covering the loss or damage to your mobility scooter, to covering yourself against an accident or injury when caring for someone, getting the right insurance policy for your needs should always be a priority.
Chartwell Insurance, are specialists in the disabled insurance sector. Their experts understand the needs of those living with a disability and can find the most appropriate policies for them.
They are now working in partnership with the Mobility and Support Information Service (MASIS).
Tongue Tied (Manchester Ltd) is a language agency that provides specialist translations from and into any language.
Wholesale Car Company
Wholesale Car Company based in Derbyshire provide a wide range of WAV’s (Wheelchair Adapted Vehicles). Their stock mainly consists of Ex-Motability vehicles or “one-owner” vehicles.
All vehicles come with a 12 months comprehensive warranty.
Find out more – www.wholesalecarcompany.co.uk
MASIS Sharing good practice, promoting healthier and more inclusive societies
To enable MASIS to help create more inclusive and equal societies and improve opportunities for disabled people, their carers and families MASIS encourages networking.
Contact from other healthcare and disability related charities as well as from professional organisations and commercial companies is also welcomed.
Networking with academic establishments, National Health Service and private healthcare providers is encouraged.
PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIPS ARE PARTICULARLY ENCOURAGED AS THESE WILL HELP TOWARDS THE INCREASING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH MASIS’S CHARITABLE OBJECTIVES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INCLUSIVE SOCIETIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISABLED PEOPLE.
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