Values-based Social Care

Peter Lyne is the Founder of Mobility and Support Information Service (MASIS) which was awarded Registered Charity status in 2012. He has undertaken over 30 years of voluntary work (all of which has been associated with healthcare and disability services). From 2004 to 2017 he served as National Vice-President of a former charity which addressed personal transport needs of disabled motorists and their carers.

It was during this 13 year period that Peter participated in an advisory capacity on numerous central and regional government panels at The Palace of Westminster, Portcullis House, BMA House and at other venues selected by the Welsh Government. All of these forums addressed ways to improve the health and wellbeing, independence and the social inclusion and equality of disabled people who represent about 20% (14 million) of the UK’s population. 

Peter has been the recipient of awards either from healthcare sector organisations or from other government associated establishments which have focussed on equality, inclusion and community engagement. In 2018 Peter was privileged to be appointed as an Organisational as well as an Individual Partner of the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care.


Although not university educated, Peter continues to undertake professional advisory roles at certain academic establishments and is assisting senior academics at a Northwest of England university with the development and content of a Master’s degree course in Mental Health Nursing. Peter is a committed believer in the benefits of effective collaboration and is also keen to establish mutually beneficial commercial relationships with companies from a wide range of sectors who believe that they can help improve the lifestyles and independence of disabled people and their carers and by doing so help to reduce pressures experienced within the primary and acute healthcare services.

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Values Based Social Care

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