Striving for greater inclusion and equality for disabled people in society are MASIS's key objectives.
Disabled people and individuals affected by long-term health conditions should be allowed as equal as possible lifestyles as non-disabled people take for granted.
Numerous discussions held with senior personnel from the health and social care sectors over the last 10 years have clearly emphasised that helping to boost self-esteem, wellbeing and positive attitudes within the lifestyles of disabled people is equally as important as the medical treatments they receive to help alleviate their conditions and disabilities.
The diversity of the subjects being considered and addressed by MASIS means that it cannot undertake all issues without the need to network with other service providers and establish commercial partnerships with appropriate companies.
As MASIS is a Registered Charity and a 'not for profit' venture, all surplus funds generated will be re-invested into medically related initiatives which are addressing ways to improve lifestyles of disabled people.
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