An Omaha man making adaptive toys received a big gift to continue his efforts.
Aaron Miller makes adaptive toys for children with disabilities, donating them to local lending libraries and respite centers through United Cerebral Palsy.
He received an anonymous donation of $10,000 to support his cause after 3 News Now ran his story in April. The toys cost upwards of $50.
Miller donates toys to local lending libraries and respite centeres via the organization United Cerebral Palsy.
The money will fund supplies for workshops and tools for parents to learn how to adapt toys with their kids' specific needs in mind.