Now that the health bill has been passed by New York legislators that gives young adults better access to health care, we can only hope that others will follow.
Why is this a breakthrough law? It is because it will allow children under the age of 30 can also avail of their parents' health insurance plans. This negates the standard practice that children fall out of the health coverage plans of their parents once they reach 21 or 23.
And as the subject of this law is the young adult bracket, it is only prudent that its impact on them should be discussed,particularly those at the very tender phases of school age. Kids nowadays are and want to be more involved in what is happening to the society and thus upon learning this new law, will tend to be more curious than a curious cat, they will tend to ask the following:
You may wonder that these questions are too advanced for someone who is in school. This is not surprising as today's children are more inquisitive and sometimes irritatingly curious, to put it in a positive light. They ask about everything that they see or hear or smell. It is not like the old days that they will be contented when they are told to just express their reactions about a current issue in paper writing and they will go to their parents for homework help.
What will be their action plan upon learning this relevant law? They will:
The young ones' curiosity will evolve into a more complex form and parents should open the lines on communication in a more involved to better get the message across.