"We were just outside of Grimsby and we stopped in the lay-by to readjust the Sat Nav, and we were hit from behind by an arctic lorry by a driver who was distracted by his mobile. He hit us that hard from behind that the lid of the boot went through the car and struck me on the back of the head which caused me two bleeds on the brain and fractures on the neck. I was airlifted to hospital."

"I tried to say something to Jade and I couldn't get my words out at all, everything I was saying was slurred and a stutter and slow. 10 months ago I couldn't put my socks on. I had to shout over to my wife to help me off the toilet, it was one of the hardest things ever."

Scott spent months receiving treatment and support from Compass, and still attends today. Scott says he'll be forever grateful to them.

"That for me was the biggest help ever. Talking about something I didn't want to burden Jade with. I didn't want to burden my family with, because if I'm one hundred percent honest I was ashamed of it, I didn't speak to anybody about it. I just walked around in a daze and buried my head in the sand. But speaking to the guys on the course and the staff - they'll happily sit down and happily tell you the same thing as a doctor, but in language I could understand."