New Colorado Medicaid program helps m...

New Colorado Medicaid program helps middle class with long-term issues

There are 1 comment on the Denver Post story from Dec 16, 2012, titled New Colorado Medicaid program helps middle class with long-term issues. In it, Denver Post reports that:

Jake Hogarth, 7, who has Angelman syndrome, receives communication therapy from speech pathologists at his home in Aurora under the Medicaid "buy-in" program.

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Kwaykwelee

Aurora, CO

#1 Dec 16, 2012
I'm so glad there is a program like this to help people
I'm in incredible medical debt to having several
Chronic medical conditions, which mean lots
Of Dr visits expensive medical testing until I
Was finally diagnosed I have Fibromyalgia- am
Hypo Thyroid- have IBD Reumatoid Arthritis and deteriated Sciatic disk and With all that I am
Still working but its getting harder to do that, and i dont know what to do next ,its very difficult
my medications are crazy expensive 400.00 plus my cost with Insurance I have been looking for help for a long long time I'm stuck
With this program I feel
there is hope

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