Like other 7-year-old children, Hayden Trigg also dreamed of playing with his siblings and friends in a treehouse. Sadly, confined to a wheelchair, as he was born with both spina bifida and cerebral palsy, his dream seemed to be an impossible task. But Make-A-Wish Foundation had some other plans for him, so they commissioned nearby Austin Tree Houses to construct the best wheelchair-accessible treehouse for this Texas-based young boy.
For easy wheelchair accessibility, the architects have planned for building wide spaces and ramps between two 200-year-old oak trees in the Trigg family’s backyard. Using these smooth platforms, the 7-year-old young boy can reach into the treehouse with ease. Now it won’t be difficult for him to keeping pace with friends and siblings when they want to play inside the treehouse.
It’s really amazing to see his dream come true, now Hayden can live and play with his loved ones in this coolest treehouse. To share his happiness he invited his entire first grade class over for ribbon cutting, and along with his friends he explore the whole treehouse.
According to his mother, it was the best day of Hayden’s life when he found out about the treehouse of his dreams. Now he is one of the most popular kids in school right now.