Precision Rehab’s Co-Director to raise money for disabled children’s charity
Following his successful participation last year, Matthew James, Co-Director of Precision Rehab, is back in training for the annual 54-mile London to Brighton bike ride in September to raise money for Caudwell Children.
Founded in 2000, the charity aims to transform the lives of disabled children in the UK and acts as a safety net for families who are unable to gain the help they need by providing family support services, equipment, treatment and therapies for disabled children and their families across the UK.
“I have always enjoyed cycling and can think of no better charity than Caudwell Children to support,” commented Matthew. “I have been working in the mobility industry for over 25 years and during that time I have often been amazed by the work carried out by the team at Caudwell Children to help young people living with a disability.”
Matthew added: “I hope that by taking part in this year’s ride I can raise as much money as possible to help this fantastic charity which provides funding for powered or manual wheelchairs, dream holidays with specialist support, care support or just simple advice.”
Founded in 2015, Precision Rehab Limited is a specialist in powered wheelchairs and is an official distributor of the Paravan range of powered wheelchairs for the UK and Ireland. At this year’s Naidex, the company said that it was looking for dealers for its new UPnRIDE standing wheelchair.