Nola Sayne may have traveled along Interstate I-85 from Kennesaw, GA to Montgomery, AL more than anyone. Nola continues to drive back and forth, an 8-hour roundtrip drive, once, sometimes twice a month for the last 13-years to visit her son Zach who resides in a long-term pediatric nursing facility. The trip is long and boring but on the other end his her son who she loves dearly but could not get the support to care for at home. This was not an easy decision. Nola is trying to bring Zach back home to Georgia but because he is not a Georgia resident Medicaid funding is tied to the state where he resides. This is a bureaucratic nightmare that she is patiently wading through with the support of her husband and her advocate with the Children’s Freedom Initiative.