Organise is a worker-driven network that helps anyone to start a campaign for free; providing our members with the tools, support and confidence needed to raise our collective voice and improve everyone’s working lives.
Whether you’re a retail assistant calling for at least three people on shifts in case of an accident, or a self-employed mum campaigning to change the law around shared parental pay. Together we’re a powerful network who stand up for each other and win positive change in our lives. Find out more and start your campaign here:
The Music Man Project is an award-winning, world record-breaking international music education service for children and adults with learning disabilities. It provides accessible music tuition leading to inspirational public performances through the singing, signing and playing of accessible musical instruments, using original repertoire written especially for the project.
The Music Man Project was founded by Churchill Fellow and Global Peace Ambassador for People with Disabilities, David Stanley BEM. Run by volunteers, the charity gives grants for accessible arts education, promotes equal access to performance, carries out research and raises awareness of the achievements of disadvantaged people in the arts.
The Music Man Project has launched regional teaching hubs in counties across England and in every nation of the UK. It has also reached communities thousands of miles away in South Africa, India, Nepal, USA and the Philippines. Regional projects are officially licenced for free, enabling them to use The Music Man Project brand and to access exclusive music, teaching resources and performance opportunities.
The Music Man Project explores how far the universal language of music can be used to free the constraints placed on people with a learning disability across the world, joining them together through song, country by country. Recent highlights include 2 variety concerts at the London Palladium in the West End, breaking a Guinness World Record, performing to members of the Royal Family, appearing in a major TV advertising campaign for the National Lottery (“3 is the magic number”) and presenting the UK’s largest ever celebration of accessible music-making: ‘Music is Magic at the Royal Albert Hall’ in front of an audience of 3000 people.
The Music Man Project is the subject of ground-breaking research at the Royal College of Music and has been commended by Prime Ministers, industry professionals, celebrities and OFSTED.
Are you looking for local and national organisations or services that can help you? Visit Dewis Cymru – the place to find information about a range of well-being services in Wales. Whatever you are looking for, from a childminder to a residential care home, Dewis has the answer! You can make your own choice over which services best meet your needs.
Dewis Cymru provides a place for any local or national organisation to share information about the services they have to offer. The services listed might be provided by your local authority, the Health Board, a local or national charity or a community group, club or society (we share services with ‘Infoengine’ - a third sector directory, and with the NHS in Wales as part of the ‘Health and well-being Wales partnership). Some services may be provided free of charge, others may charge for their service. Dewis allows you to understand what services are available and allows you to choose how best to meet your needs. So whether you’re looking for childcare, something to do, help with housing needs, or help to provide care for someone, it’s likely that Dewis Cymru will have information that can help you.
Just go to www.dewis.wales. You’ll then be able to search for services or browse our national information pages that have been designed to help you think about what matters to you. If you need any help, let us know using the ‘Contact Dewis’ link on the website and we’ll be happy to help you.
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IMPROVE YOUR SUPPORTER’S EXPERIENCE THROUGH MYSTERY SHOPPING
You have designed systems and strategies to make your charity work efficiently, but do you know what it actually feels like to be a supporter? How easy or difficult is it to get hold of you? Can your staff answer queries? Do you get acknowledged when you walk into one of your stores? What is the experience of ordering from your website like?
Mystery shopping is a really powerful tool which can help you improve the way your customers / supporters experience your admin, products or services in so many ways. By identifying those areas in which you excel and those where there are opportunities to improve you can:
Increase your supporter loyalty
Celebrate your strengths and improve your staff engagement
Improve your reputation
Ensure you meet your compliance obligations
Tailor your training efficiently
(Ultimately) increase donations
We offer discounted rates for charities so if you would like to have a chat, please get in touch.
Visit their website: www.newlann.com
Here at See No Bounds we are The Gateway to Discovery. An online community centre that offers our members various opportunities. Advertising themselves in The Hub to grow their online presence, A classroom in The School to teach and share skills, A shop in The
Marketplace to sell goods and products both manufactured and handmade and a stage on The Eventsboard to host and promote Events with a single URL for easy sharing.
With the investments of our members we aim to invest and create new opportunities for young people to develop Their Entrepreneurial ideas and help them make their mark on the world. We have a mission. To grow. With us growing so will our team and our members. The core of what we do is the community we work with. We are on a journey and we
aim to take our members our community and our young entrepreneurs with us so that we can all not only survive but to strive in a new world that needs new ambition.
Autism Parenting Magazine is an award-winning publication aimed at improving the quality of life for families affected by autism. Established in 2012, our focus remains on objectively publishing autism-related topics, events, developments, treatments, and news stories.
Our magazine features articles from hundreds of contributors including respected professionals, autism experts, parents of children on the spectrum, and adults with autism. We include articles aimed at all age ranges from toddlers through the teenage years all the way to the preparation of adulthood. Together, we form a strong community.
Ability Needs, Britain's essential journal on disability, contains industry information on the top products available in the mobility and disability marketplace, news from Britain's main disability groups along with Tanni's View, and industry comment and analysis from Eddie Peacock and Angus Long.
We are confident that we are producing the country's most informative, best distributed journal for the less able and their carers within special needs groups, disability groups and NHS Trusts throughout the United Kingdom in addition to being distributed to disabled people and NHS and Social Services Occupational Therapists free of charge through our extensive mobility mailing information. As well as being on sale nationally, additional copies of Ability Needs Magazine are also available at Shopmobility outlets throughout the UK. We are offering readers up to date news and information on issues that are currently affecting disabled people and groups as well as producing essential information on products and services to improve their lives.
Digital copies of Ability Needs are available at . To advertise in or subscribe to Ability Needs Magazine please call 01292 287574 or email .
Gatehouse ICS are passionate about the success of good ideas for the benefit of all stakeholders (not least patients) and we want to help Health Innovators within the budget
constraints and evidence gaps associated with early stage innovation. Our experience and knowledge in life-science and health technology market research enables us to help those focussing on improving mobility and support with a tailored feasibility support package which can also include health economic support to commercialise innovations and products and understand ‘Will the NHS pay for your good idea?’
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
Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment / School of Arts / Social Sculpture Research Unit
Invitation to Healthcare Practitioners and Healthcare Students
to volunteer as participants
for an arts-led PhD in Connective Aesthetics and Medicine:
“From Anaesthetic to Aesthetic in the Clinic”
MASIS is delighted to have received permission from NICE to display details of their recently introduced NICE- Connect facility. This will allow people to access the information they need quickly and easily.
Ask for Evidence is a public campaign initiated by Sense about Science that helps you to ask for the evidence behind health claims, news stories, ads and policies. We show you how to ask the right questions and how to understand different types of evidence. We’re here to help every step of the way – we can help you find the right person to ask; give you tips on questions to ask and how to spot good evidence; and help you to make sense of the answer you receive.
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
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
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
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
Our Covid Voices will collect first-hand accounts from people with ongoing health needs of living through the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.
Our Covid Voices wants to share with the world how those with long-term conditions, disabilities, and other health and care needs are living during the pandemic in the UK.
Some VERY useful information from Merseyside Police on some extremely important topics during lock down 🔒⏳... Please read and share this with your friends/family...
Visit their website: www.merseyside.police.uk
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