Duncan has been overwhelmed by the amount of support her family has received after her son Triston was hit by a car in August of this year.
"Really touching to know that they really do care," Duncan continues.
Employees from Kandyland CDC, the daycare Triston and his other siblings attended for years donated a wheelchair ramp to the family this afternoon.
"It just, it amazes me how they have just, everything they've done, because they've done a lot," says Duncan.
The plan was to attach the ramp to the home today, but there are some regulations that they must follow first.
Duncan says, "You have to have two ramps. You have the main one that you use which is the one in the back and then you have to have an emergency ramp."
Duncan's family built the first ramp in just two days, but this time, it may not be as easy.
"Every one foot of ramp for every inch that your house is high," Duncan explains.
Which means this second ramp will be over 30 feet long, something that cannot be completed over night.
"It's quite a job, so I just want to get over the holidays," says Duncan.
Until that time comes, Duncan will continue to enjoy the time with her son and be thankful during this holiday season.
"We really appreciate everything that they've done," says Duncan.