Family home of severely disabled boy is transformed by TV show DIY SOS

Family home of severely disabled boy is transformed by TV show DIY SOS
 

A family whose severely disabled son attends Nottingham's School for Parents have had their lives transformed thanks to the TV programme DIY SOS.
On Thursday, September 29, viewers will be able to see how the BBC crew, fronted by presenter by Nick Knowles, came to the rescue at the Smith's three-bedroomed semi-detached home where four-year-old Isaac's bed was in the living room.
Mum and dad, Rachael, 40, and Andy, 42, will be watching the programme from ward D33 at the Queen's Medical Centre where Isaac has been a patient for the last three weeks.
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28 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 42
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