Sharon is a 40-year-old with two minor children, ages 15 and 13. The younger child has been diagnosed with ADHD and requires extensive therapy.
She says she earns approximately $2100 a month. Due to her son’s special needs and therapy, she had to cut back her work hours this year.
Although she is healthy now, she would like to have health insurance so she can have her annual exams, including breast exams and PAP smears, so she can stay healthy to take care of her minor children and work. She has no medical debt.
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