Workers in Home Depot Craft Custom Walker for a Blind Toddler after Grandpa Asks for Supplies
It’s so rare for an opportunity to do something truly good for another person to just fall right into your lap. Some generous Home Depot employees have made life a little easier for a 2-year-old North Texas boy with special needs.
2-year-old Silas Johnson was in need of a walker that fit his size. A disease left him unable to walk, but baby walkers were just too small for the toddler. Employees at the Home Depot in North Richland Hills offered to help free-of-charge.
They built a special walker using PVC pipe and other materials off the outlet’s shelves.
Silas looks so cute in his awesome walker!