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London Underground Survey

London Underground Survey

Study: Customer/ Staff Assistance on London Undeground Services Researchers: William Chaumeton, Maria Michaelidou, Mingming Ge, Yazhou Jua, Yimei Liu As part of a collaborative study between Loughborough University MA students and Transport for London, we are... read more
Right on the Money – BBC

Right on the Money – BBC

Life can be busy, expensive and complicated, do you sometimes feel it would be less daunting to solve a quantum physics conundrum, than have a long hard stare at your finances!? Well you’re not alone, recent research in 2016, has found that day-to-day finances are the... read more
Looking Out For Each Other – Conference

Looking Out For Each Other – Conference

The Northern launch of the findings of an assessment of the scale of and need for informal advocacy in local communities Wednesday 1st February 2017 at The Quaker Meeting House, Liverpool One Programme: 10.30am – Registration and refreshments 10.45 –... read more
The Future of Assistive Technology Summit and Exhibition

The Future of Assistive Technology Summit and Exhibition

The Future of Assistive Technology Summit and Exhibition 4th may 2017, University of Salford Special offer– 30% off delegate tickets. The Future of Assistive Technology Summit and Exhibition “If we can empower and support people with long-term conditions to... read more
New For 2017

New For 2017

MASIS has been appointed an agent for a recreational ‘off road’ mobility vehicle. Can be driven by disabled and non-disabled people to experience and enjoy. Available in a variety of models and with numerous adaptations (also available in children’s... read more
10th Anniversary of the Stelios Awards

10th Anniversary of the Stelios Awards

Peter Lyne (Founder of Mobility and Support Information Service) was delighted to be invited to attend the 10th Anniversary of the Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs. Since 2006 the awards have been organised in partnership with Leonard Cheshire Disability.... read more
The Big Questions – BBC 1

The Big Questions – BBC 1

The Big Questions Broadcasting from Brunel University, Uxbridge Sunday, 8th January 2017 The Big Questions BBC1’s topical ethical debate show is now looking for audience members for series seven. We will be broadcasting from Brunel University on the Sunday, 8th... read more
Bedroom Tax Update

Bedroom Tax Update

The bedroom tax hasn’t been news for a while, but it hasn’t gone away In fact, very quietly, it has been extended to take in older social housing tenants who were previously excluded, something that was predicted as far back as May 2015, when the Conservatives won a... read more