Home Depot Employees Help Young Boy With Condition Walk

Logan Moore is a two-year-old who needs help walking. Logan has hypotonia. Hypotonia is a condition where a person has low muscle tone that results in reduced muscle strength and affects motor skills.

Logan’s parents were scared that insurance would not cover the walker their son needed so they went to their local Home Depot to build their own. It was there that the parents got the gift of a lifetime from the store.

Employee Jeffery Anderson explained on Facebook how he and his fellow employees built a walker for the Logan out of a PVC pipe while they insisted Logan and his parents “go and enjoy ice cream and come back in a [sic] hour. Everyone was crying to see Logan walk around with the biggest smile on his face.”

The employees did this act for free.

Anderson explained: “When the family tried to pay us we said no way this one is on us.”


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