|Malaysian Healthy Ageing Society (MHAS)|
|The objectives of MHAS are: To promote the integrative approach towards the ageing process and to foster and co-ordinate education, study and research in ageing in Malaysia. To increase awareness among public and private sector leaders, media and public about the impact of longevity and population ageing on individuals and society. |
To provide information to empower consumers to make choices about healthy ageing care programs based on data from scientific studies. To liaise with the healthcare professionals/non-governmental organizations (NGO´s) and Government bodies in this country and associate with associations with similar objectives and interests in this country and overseas in the integrative approach towards the ageing process.
|Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)|
|This is the official website of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), which represents over 12 000 physiotherapists around Australia. The APA works with governments and educational bodies to try to ensure that a quality physiotherapy service is available when and where you need it. |
We know just how important it is for people to keep moving right throughout their life. Don’t trust your health to just anyone—make sure that your physiotherapist is an APA Member. Look for the APA logo as your assurance of quality and remember Move well, Stay well.
|Indian Gifts & Handicrafts|
|Presenting an intriguing kaleidoscope of Handcrafted Jewelry, Indian Antique Handicrafts, Indian Decorative Items, Indian Gifts, Sculptures and other Handmade crafts. This site is a ´complete Handicraft hub´ carrying elaborate notes on anything and everything that falls under the purview of the Indian Handicrafts Industry; the techniques and methods employed in the making of these craft pieces, materials used, detail process descriptions, organizations and bodies supporting Handicraft Industry, updates on trade shows and exhibitions, easy access directory of suppliers and manufacturers and much more. Capturing the many shades of the multi-hued Indian handicrafts industry, the vast information has bean encapsulated under various heads and subheads, for easy navigation. So just get going & EXPLORE. Welcome to this intriguing kaleidoscope. |
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|British Gymnastics (BG)|
|British Gymnastics (BG) is the UK National Governing Body for the sport of Gymnastics. It is a not for profit organisation dedicated to developing levels and quality of provision across a range of disciplines. One of the world’s first sports governing bodies, BG was founded in 1888 as the British Amateur Gymnastics Association and is a member of the World Governing Body for Gymnastics (FIG), the European Governing Body (UEG), the British Olympic Association (BOA) and the Central Council of Physical Recreation (CCPR). |
Gymnastics is an accessible and inclusive sport offering opportunities to all ability levels and ethnic groups within a range of controlled learning environments. It promotes an active and healthy lifestyle and is recognised as forming the basis for physical literacy by developing fundamental movement skills. Interest in the sport has never been stronger. Hundreds of thousands of young gymnasts enjoy the sport in the school environment, take part in the recreational sessions offered at many leisure centres, and enjoy membership of British Gymnastics registered clubs that offer a complete development pathway from beginner through to
|British Osteopathic Association (BOA)|
|The British Osteopathic Association, through its Executive and its elected Council, represents the views of members to the General Osteopathic Council, the Department of Health, local and national government agencies and other professional bodies. We use mailings, our annual convention and our monthly magazine, Osteopathy Today, to obtain members’ opinions on osteopathic and business issues. |
We believe our stand-alone independence is vital in carrying out our representational role and we conduct our business on the basis of openness and transparency. We exist to protect and further the interests of our member osteopaths. The Council and staff are here to help, support, care for, protect and advise you whatever the problem. We will fight your corner through complaints and disciplinary hearings - we are your friend in time of need.