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Meet Nova: 2018 Family Advocacy Day Champion

Boston_Children's_Hospital_Cox__Nova_3.jpegNova is participating at 2018 Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day from June 26-27 in Washington, D.C. During the event, Nova will share information about her health journey and the importance of children’s health care with members of Congress. Below is her story.

Nova is an outgoing 8-year-old from Massachusetts who loves to read, build with Legos, play piano, and hang out with her friends.

Nova was also born with a rare craniofacial anomaly called Pfeiffer Syndrome. It affected the growth of bones in her skull, face, neck and arms, causing them to fuse before she was born.


commented on Meet Christian: 2018 Family Advocacy Day Champion 2018-06-08 13:46:16 -0400 · Flag
Way to go, Christian!


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commented on What Matters to You? 2017-07-10 14:49:43 -0400 · Flag
Thank you, Joyce!

commented on 2016 Speak Now For Kids Family Advocacy Day Hero: Christian 2016-06-16 19:06:09 -0400 · Flag
We can’t wait to meet Christian next week. Thank you for sending him such great thoughts. Make sure to follow Christian and the other participants via @speaknowforkids starting Tuesday on Twitter

commented on 2016 Family Advocacy Day Hero: Peyton 2016-05-17 16:24:03 -0400 · Flag
We can’t meet to meet Peyton!!


commented on Child Patients Save 2015 Family Advocacy Day! 2015-06-23 16:08:55 -0400 · Flag
Thank you!! I was great meeting you and your awesome family as well. — Kristin





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Question about the Health Insurance Exchange

I am shopping for a private insurance plan in the new health insurance Exchange (also known as “marketplace”). What are the top three things I should consider as I shop for a plan?