Removing ‘barriers’ encountered within the lifestyles of disabled people. Striving to improve levels of social inclusion and equality which will address the social ‘model’ as well as the medical ‘model’ of health and wellbeing. Disabled people should be allowed as equal as possible opportunities within their lives as those experienced by ‘non-disabled’ individuals.
Peter Lyne has been actively involved in voluntary work within the health and disability sectors for many years. He has served in an advisory capacity on numerous central and regional government panels since 2005 onwards. In
May 2018 he was appointed as an Organisational Partner of the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford and in August 2018 was invited into membership of the
International Network for Health Workforce Education (INHWE), Brussels. Peter is a committed believer in effective networking and collaboration and is delighted to be invited as a guest speaker (for a second year in succession) to
He Founded MASIS (a Registered Charity) in 2012.