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The charity by young people, for young people.
The Open Door Centre work on a membership format. If you are aged 15-30, you can become a member and then access as many of their services as you like, including Creative Therapeutic Support if you are feeling down, low, stressed or anxious, numerous different activities within music and the arts, unique training and volunteering opportunities and much more. Membership is free, with no waiting lists.
Masis is very excited to present our new collaboration with Independent Living, who on a weekly basis, provide the latest developments of interest to health and social care professionals, family carers and disabled individuals, including new products and services, changes in legislation and so much more!
Visit their website: www.independentliving.co.uk
Masis is very proud to present our collaboration with VBP who's centre has been set up to facilitate collaborations between individuals and organisations concerned to develop more effective ways of working with values in health and social care.
Visit their website: valuesbasedpractice.org
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence:
Masis is very honoured to be featured on LILY's website. LILY is online, in the community, and face-to-face to help adults in west Norfolk and Swaffham get involved in our community.
Visit their website: www.asklily.org.uk
Masis is extremely proud to be networking and collaborating with National Voices who is the coalition of charities that stands for people being in control of their health and care.
Visit their website: www.nationalvoices.org.uk
As a result of Peter Lyne's association with Oxford University's collaborating centre, he is also a member of International Network for Health Workforce Education
Visit their website: www.inhwe.org
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