Families shouldn’t have to ‘beg, borrow and steal’ to buy medical aids, says mother

CBC News | November 17, 2015

The mother of twin teenage daughters with specialized medical needs says it’s perplexing that the health system pays for the medical aids for one, but not the other.

“We have a hole in our health care system and it needs to be fixed,” Glenda Power said during an interview with the St. John’s Morning Showon Monday.

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Members of the Power family include Olivia (front), and Ariana, Glenda and Frank.

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