David Holmes, 30, was left tetraplegic and now uses a wheelchair after an accident when he was working as a stunt double on the set of a major movie franchise in Leavesden Hertfordshire, when a scene involving an explosion while he was 'flying' in a harness went wrong.
Lawyers at Irwin Mitchell worked to secure a settlement and has now produced a series of inspirational online videos alongside David which show some of the special adaptations in his home to help with everyday tasks including:
* A tablet computer to help control his house - and allow him to open the front door via video link to let carers and nurses in
* A sliding door system so the doors don't get in the way of his wheelchair
* Taps operated with a push button which changes temperature depending on the number of presses
* A lift helps him get between floors
* A Special electronic bed which makes it easier to get in and out
* Adapted bathroom with special taps, toilet and shower to allow easy access in a wheelchair.
There is also an interactive online guide to possible changes that can be made to the home called Great Adaptations which runs through potential improvements room by room.