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New home built for Utah family's special-needs kids
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Jeremy and Christianne Green unveiled their new home in Herriman on Thursday to five of their special-needs daughters.

Built partly by nationwide donations through Puzzle Them Home and by Herriman-based Huish Construction and other local businesses, the home features light switches and sinks that are lower to the ground to accommodate Sophi, who was born without arms; an elevator for Cali, who uses a wheelchair due to spina bifida; and a special safe playroom for Elli, who is blind and autistic.

The Greens' previous 2,600-foot-square home was too small for their three biological children and six special-needs children adopted from China.

Online contributions are still being accepted at puzzlethemhome.org to help the family pay down their mortgage.

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