The top five medical treatments for kids in the United States are: Healthy teeth for children.
Eye care for children and teens.
Stimulating the immune system.
A new kind of anti-inflammatory medicine for kids.
The list of treatments for children has expanded since President Donald Trump took office in January.
But many parents, like Kayleigh Gorman, don’t feel like they’re getting their money’s worth.
“I don’t think they’re doing anything to help us,” said Gorman.
“They just keep doing it.
You can tell it’s a business.”
She said she thinks that’s because the government doesn’t have the resources to provide care for kids and teens at all.
“We have to rely on private organizations to provide it.
They’re not doing it right,” said the Gainesville mother of two.
Gorman is among the hundreds of parents who are calling on the Trump administration to put money into funding more programs for kids, particularly in rural areas.
Some states, like South Dakota, have also seen increased funding for preschool and other early childhood programs, but they are still lacking resources.
In 2016, a special committee established by Congress created the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or the “ARA” to provide $200 billion in federal funding to states and localities.
The bill also includes a program that would allow children to stay on a fixed schedule in schools during the holidays and allow for preschool to be expanded to include some of the most disadvantaged children.
But while the funding is there, Congress is currently working on a new version of the RAISE Act that would add a new $3.5 billion in funding to the ARA.
Gormann said her daughter was born without a nose, which left her at a disadvantage when she tried to get a new nose.
“The first day we had to use the bathroom, my daughter had to put her hands on her nose to get it to work.
That was scary.
She has to use a mask to go out,” said Kayleigh.
But she said the new RAISE bill does not provide enough funding to cover her daughter’s treatment.
“She doesn’t need to be in a hospital, she needs to be at home,” said her mother.
“It’s like a kid who needs to go to school but doesn’t want to,” added Gorman who added that she would like to see a little more help for young children who aren’t being able to get the treatment they need.
The new RAINE legislation also allows states to set up an online health care portal that would offer patients information about treatments, like acupuncture, which could be cheaper than the prescription medicine they already have.
The legislation is expected to pass the House of Representatives by the end of the week.
Geraldo Rivera, president of the National Association of Head Start Administrators, said the Trump Administration needs to work with parents who want to improve their kids’ health and get them into school.
He said parents have an important role in helping their kids get the medical care they need to stay healthy and lead a healthy life.
“Our job is to make sure that the kids are getting the best care that they need,” said Rivera.