HENRY COUNTY, Ga. — A team of local contractors gave a single mom and her daughter, who has special needs, a full home makeover.
Workers with Neighborly Brands teamed up with the Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta to find a family to give the home makeover to. And they found Adrian Jones and her 7-year-old daughter, Ava.
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Jones is a single parent and she said this has given her a chance to help progress her daughter’s future.
“It might just seem to some people that they’re just fixing up a house. But it actually opens up an opportunity for me to do more for her that will set her future and help her progress,” Adrian said.
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“I like Minions,” Ava told us.
The two went and saw the movie this week. They haven’t been home because they’re not allowed to see the makeover until it’s done — that’s the surprise.
Jones and Ava wouldn’t think of spoiling a surprise — especially since the surprise is for them.
“It’s been very hard; however, I’m patient,” Adrian said.
The big reveal is Saturday at noon.
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