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Nick Knowles and the team issue a call to arms and recruit friends, family and local trades to help transform the homes of families across Britain.
In Hessle, near Hull, the DIY SOS team help roofer Darren and his three sons, including 17-year-old Oliver who is severely disabled.
In Torquay, the team help multiple sclerosis sufferer Stuart, his daughter Lauren and his mother, Lin, who cares for Stuart despite being completely blind.
In Plymouth, Nick Knowles, his DIY SOS team and hundreds of Devon volunteers help the Morfey family.
Tonight DIY SOS and the Bromsgrove volunteers help Karis, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a baby. 28 years later, Karis still lives with her mum, Karen, but now her health is deteriorating and it's making caring for Karis almost impossible.
Older sister Jo is desperate to give Karis a new home, but Jo's own house is wholly inaccessible for Karis - the doors and corridors are too narrow for her wheelchair and there is no disability access to the upstairs. It means this family are facing their worst nightmare: the only way to make sure Karis doesn't have to go in to a residential home is to rebuild Jo's house and reunite the sisters once more.
Nick Knowles and his team help the Newcombe family in Kent, who need to adapt their home to be able to care for their two-year-old son Arlo, who has condition that means his lungs must be constantly supported by breathing apparatus. Trailing breathing tubes, equipment the size of tumble dryers, and no downstairs bathroom have turned their once safe home into a risky space for the family. Nick and the team have amassed a huge group of volunteers for Arlo and the family, as they set to work creating a safe and inspiring space that Arlo and his family can call home.
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