“I have been involved with the SuperJosh Charity for a long time now and I’m truly honoured to have been asked to become a Trustee. I was involved in Josh’s rehabilitation in the early stages after his operation and have followed his journey throughout. Being part of the SuperJosh family has been amazing, the hard work from the team is fantastic and seeing the outcomes of that hard work is so rewarding and overwhelming at times.”
As well as supporting The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity, Mark is founder and Director of Rehabilitation for Independence and Support for Independence an occupational therapy and support services company covering the North of England. Mark’s primary area of interest is in neurorehabilitation, in which he has over ten years’ experience. Mark has extensive experience of rehabilitation of adults and children with complex neurological conditions, particularly, Acquired Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Coordination Disorder and Sensory Integration Dysfunction and physical conditions such as spinal and orthopaedic injury. Mark established his company in 2012 and has forged links with leading law firms and case management companies, throughout the North of England. Mark is also on the Board of Trustees for Headway Blackpool, Wyre & Fylde.