Friendly Home Depot employees build a walker for disabled two-year-old boy from PVC pipe – and even write his name on it
- Logan Moore suffers from hypotonia, which makes walking without help very difficult
- His parents Christian and Justin Moore started making a rollator for him from PVC
- Staff at Cedartown, Georgia, Home Depot made the walker free for them
- The frame was made of PVC piping and even had the name of Logan on it
Employees of a Home Depot built a walker for a disabled two-year-old from PVC pipes, so that he could travel around more easily.
Logan Moore suffers from hypotonia, making his muscles weak and walking very difficult.
His parents Christian and Justin Moore did not think that their insurance would cover a walker for the younger ones.
So they visited their local Home Depot last Friday to make him a running trainer from PVC pipes after watching YouTube tutorials.
But when they went to the store in Cedartown, Georgia, and asked for help with the supplies, the store manager and another employee stepped in to make it free for them.
Logan Moore with his new walker surrounded Home Depot staff in Cedartown, Georgia, and his mother Christian Moore behind him
Little Logan is trying out its new PVC pipe runner for the first time. He suffers from hypotonia, which makes walking a challenge
They were told to go get ice and come back within an hour. When the family returned, the frame was ready, complete with Logan's name on the handle.
Christian Moore said the family was shocked to get help from the store staff and was almost in tears.
She said CNN: & # 39; I found a video that looked pretty simple and got the list and taken to Home Depot to see if they had everything we needed.
& # 39; They started to get the parts together and told us they would put it together and wouldn't charge us for it. They told us to get ice cream and come back within an hour.
Home Depot employee Jeff Anderson said & # 39; everyone cried & # 39; when Logan started to walk with a smile on his face
& # 39; I couldn't believe they were willing to do that. It cost me everything I didn't have to cry, because it wasn't an easy way for my son. He has had a hard time doing things that would be easy for most children his age. & # 39;
Jeff Anderson, one of the men who helped make the walker, posted on Facebook how emotional everyone was when they saw the joy on Logan's face.
He wrote: & # 39; Everyone cried to see Logan walking around with the biggest smile on his face … Thanks to all that help and for being a blessing to this family and to this little man.
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