This morning, CNN published "An Intimate View of the 'Super Parents' of Chronically Ill Children," a story about our Foundation's photography project that documents the lives of families who have children with disabilities or chronic medical conditions.
The story is timely, given the proposed changes to public health insurance programs under the new administration. More than six million American children with special health care needs are covered by Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.
The images, by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice, are hard to forget. We hope you'll also view the individual photo essays about each of the 10 families that took part in this project.
Families also can share their own stories and join the Advocacy Network to help us build the voice—and collective power—of the millions of Super Parents who care for children with ongoing medical needs.
Our Foundation is privileged to partner with families in our work to improve the system of care for children with special health care needs. Thank you for helping us empower this community.