By Samantha Bartram
Walking into the Diviney residence, it’s as if someone cobbled together the major features of a hospital ward into a typical family home. At the doorway, guests are greeted by a small wheelchair ramp. Once inside, a hospital bed and physical therapy table are immediately noticeable, as is a dining room piled high with laundry and medical supplies. The kitchen is likewise stocked with everything Ken Diviney needs to care for his son Ryan, who was severely beaten outside a West Virginia convenience store in 2009.
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