David first came into contact with NAPA when his son Angus started intensive sessions in the summer of 2018 to treat his quadriplegic cerebral palsy. He says he quickly saw the impact of the intensive model and the benefit it could bring to children and their entire families.
It is now “the privilege of his life” to help to bring NAPA to the UK and to shift the landscape for pediatric Neurodisability provision throughout Europe.
As a former teacher and school leader David is a proud history nerd and published historian who enjoys a good book, long runs and the constant disappointment of supporting Colchester United football club.
“I will do all I can to help families in the UK,” He said, “We will never give up”.