A small gift makes a huge difference to Paul

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A small gift makes a huge difference to Paul

We are proud that Josh’s Charity has been able to help 22 year old Paul Davies from Greater Manchester who was diagnosed with a brain tumour last year. Unfortunately following his brain surgery he has left sided upper limb and lower limb weakness.
He has no movement in his left arm, which consequently means he’s been unable to play the playstation – one of his passions.

From Paul “I’d like to thank the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity for my adapted play station controller.  I was diagnosed with a brain tumour over a year ago and since then I haven’t been able to use my left arm.  I used to enjoy playing computer games but haven’t been able to do this since my diagnosis.  The controller you sent me as helped me to enjoy computer games again and drive my brother mad trying to beat him.Thank you!”.

Josh’s Mum & founder of the Charity Dawn, “We are so happy to help Paul in this way, thanks to everyone’s ongoing support for Josh’s legacy helping young people with brain tumours & post surgery disabilities”

If you would like to help us help other young people like Paul, you can donate here http://www.joshwilson.org.uk/donations/

Thank you

Press enquiries please contact hello@joshwilson.org.uk

For further information of the work of The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity visit  http://www.joshwilson.org.uk/about-us/

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