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A mom starts adaptive equipment charity


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A Taylorsville mother's decision to create a charity providing adaptive equipment to children with disabilities started at home.

Lana Kruger's 7-year-old son Dominic suffers from a debilitating neurological disorder known as Angelman syndrome, which causes severe developmental delays.

Until a year ago, he was unable to walk and has been enduring multiple issues caused by his condition, including a sleep disorder and a susceptibility to seizures.

Kruger's charity, Help Me Fly Inc., provides adaptive equipment for children with developmental disabilities so that they might have the same experiences as a healthy child.

For more on this story, see Wednesday's Republic.

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