Neville Koch had a life changing diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease 25 years ago. No longer able to be employed by his building company, and confined to a wheelchair while he awaited diagnosis, Neville completed a degree in construction. Once diagnosed and treatment began, he got out of the wheelchair and established his own building company and was captain of the local fire brigade. When Parkinson’s once again made this too difficult, Neville moved to an easier property to manage. These days he concentrates on problem solving to keep his preferred country lifestyle though engineering solutions. I hope you find his story as inspiring as I do.
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