Family can’t afford son’s medical walker, Home Depot staff build a better one for a fraction of the cost

Logan Moore is a sweet and joyful 2-year-old boy born with hypotonia. Logan’s motor abilities are affected by this muscular illness, which causes a decrease in muscle tone. To aid mobility, he wears braces on his feet.

Logan’s parents recognized he’d need a walker as well, but they discovered that their health insurance wouldn’t cover it. Mobility walkers can cost up to $600, which was out of the question for the family.

As a result, the motivated parents decided to build one themselves, utilizing PVC pipes and their resourcefulness.

The Moores went to their local Home Depot in Cedartown, Georgia, to pick up the essential materials after doing some online research and watching YouTube videos showcasing at-home construction.

They ended up at the service desk, where they were able to obtain additional information and ask questions. They chatted with Cathy Ennsley, the Home Depot manager, there. She had a special needs daughter, so she understood and sympathized with the Moore family’s predicament. She had a look at the walker’s plans and decided to get started.

In the plumbing aisle, Cathy had a few of her employees meet the Moore family.

The employees looked over the plans then told the Moores to go get some ice cream and come back in one hour.

Logan and his family were greeted with a tear-jerking surprise when they returned as directed.