CBC News (July 11, 2014)
A Bedford, N.S., family says they’ve sacrificed their home to cover tens of thousands of dollars in medical expenses for their son.
Noah Isenor, now 15 years old, was born premature. He has a number of health issues including spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and visual and speech impairment. He relies on a specially designed accessible van to get him around.
To date, Noah has endured more than 30 surgeries, with at least three more planned within the next eight months.
Even in Canada, that type of medical care is not cheap. So far, the Isenors have spent $200,000 in medical expenses. [Read the full story and watch the video here]by