Foundation donates adaptive tricycle

 

March 28, 2024

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Kaylee Colman, a local high school student, receives special needs tricycle from the Charge Syndrome Foundation. The non-motorized vehicle will assist her throughout her lifetime.

By Jessica Ruffcorn

Reporter

DAYTON–Local High School student Kaylee Coleman, receives an adaptive tricycle from the Charge Syndrome Foundation.

Kaylee Coleman is a sophomore at Dayton High school who has CHARGE syndrome. This complex syndrome affects her sight, hearing, sinuses, speech, ability to eat, growth, reproductive health, balance, and has palsy and scoliosis.

Coleman and her mot...



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