David Bradder, 22, attends Craegmoor Healthcare’s vocational skills centre for people with learning difficulties
Who has influenced you the most?
My parents. They have taught me to treat people with kindness.
Which professional has helped you the most?
Andy Deighton, VSC’s woodwork instructor. He’s given me a lot of confidence.
How would you run care services in your area differently?
Have a pinball machine in every home and a big swimming pool at my home.
What one thing would make your life better?
Being a singer at people’s weddings. My favourite song is “I Will Survive” – might not be ideal for a wedding though!
What event most changed your life?
Watching Dr Who for the first time. I’ve wanted to be a time lord ever since.
Who is your dream date?
Michelle Pfeiffer but she’d have to wear her Catwoman suit.
If you won the lottery how would you spend it?
On my own Tardis. I’d also have my own superhero costumes custom-made.
What makes you angry?
Not being able to have any say in what we watch on television at home.
What is your favourite expression?
Trust me, I’m a doctor!
Who would you like to swap places with?
Andy so I can teach and he listens.
What cause would you fight for?
If anybody wanted to close VSC they would have to go through me.
How would you like to be remembered?
As “the Doctor”, and being a good friend.