He says that's why Stepping Stone does what it does.

"To have people have been told, 'No, you can't,' and they leave here saying, 'Yes, we could, and we did," Gardner said.

Elaine and Arnold said they don't know where they would be, were it not for the kindess of the organization.

"He can get up and go to the bathroom, he can go outside and get fresh air, we can take him for walks around the neighborhood," Elaine said. "What else can I say? God was good to us, he led us there."

Stepping Stone works largely off donations from the community. In fact, Elaine and Arnold were actually able to donate equipment Arnold no longer uses, like canes and walkers, back to the organization.

They have a certified technician on staff that cleans and refurbishes all the items, which is why Gardner said they're able to keep their prices so low.

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