Jessica, her self-employed husband, and four children live in Sandpoint. Jessica is the full time caregiver to Natalie, her 12 year old wheelchair-bound daughter with disabilities, and her father who is a veteran with disabilities. Medicaid provides health coverage for Natalie to receive therapies, medical equipment, and other health care services so she can grow up healthy. Yet, Jessica and her husband are in the coverage gap. For their family of seven, it’s a choice between a $100 doctor visit or groceries. So the only time Jessica goes to the doctor is if it is an emergency. She has daily pain in her foot that needs surgery and gets worse as time goes on. She lives in fear that a medical emergency will bankrupt their family or cause her to be unable to care for her children. Her story is similar to other parents who stay home to care for a loved one with a disability but find themselves in the coverage gap. We need a solution now.