Home Depot Employees Build Walker Toddler In Need

When Christian and Justin Moore headed to Home Depot in Cedartown, Georgia, they were hoping to find all the supplies they needed to help build something to help their young son walk. The couple’s little boy, Logan, has hypotonia, which affects his muscle tone and makes stability a challenge. Christian says her son’s physical therapist recommended a gait trainer to help with walking, but they didn’t think insurance would cover it, so YouTube led them to the DIY version they were hoping to build from PVC pipe from Home Depot.

When they asked a store employee if anyone could help them with the supply list, Christian says a store manager and another worker came over to assist. They told the family they would find the parts and put it all together for them and wouldn’t even charge them for it. The Home Depot employees told the Moores to go get ice cream and come back in an hour. And when they returned, the walker was finished and even had Logan’s name on it. The experience means so much to these parents and Christian says, “I am grateful that there are still good people around to help.

Source: CNN

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