Quebec parents of severely disabled children plead for more financial help

CBC News | Marc 15, 2016, Written by Elias Abboud

A group representing parents of severely disabled children in Quebec has approached Health Minister Gaétan Barrette with a solution they say will help them care for their kids at home.

The parents say they provide their children with round-the-clock care, 24/7, and they get little financial support. 

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Anouk and Yan Lanouette-Turgeon's two-year-old daughter Lhassa, bottom left, has a neurological disorder and requires round-the-clock care. Their son Éli, 5, has Down syndrome.

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