Mum's receives personal delivery of 1,200 nappies for autistic son
- Credit: Emily Amos
A mum has heaped praise on a company which went above and beyond to deliver nappies for her autistic son.
Emily Amos - who lives in Fakenham - has thanked Proctor and Gamble, who delivered 1,248 Pampers nappies to her house - free of charge.
It came after her autistic, seven-year-old son struggled to adjust to a change of design.
Miss Amos contacted Proctor and Gamble, who apologised and were keen to help out.
A company director drove from Manchester to personally drop off the delivery on Easter Sunday, while Pampers also sent a print of the nappy design.
“I thought 'I am not going to get anywhere with this', but I thought it was worth a try,” said Miss Amos.
“Eight days later they were contacting me to tell me they had 24 packs of 52.
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“When they said they would send them I thought they would give them to a carrier and I would pay. But I did not pay a penny, which was so sweet of them.”