Disability & Long Term Care

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Your lifestyle and dreams for the future depend on your ability to earn a living.

When you take into account all that you've worked so hard to achieve, consider the fact that your paycheck made it all possible. One of the most important decisions you will make will be to insure your ability to earn an income.

Disability Income Insurance will provide you with a monthly income if you are unable to work as a result of an injury or illness.


Your Income At Work
We protect our homes, cars, lives and even our identities with insurance. But we often fail to consider protecting our most valuable resource – our income.

Does Your Income Protection Plan Satisfy Your Needs?
If you are suddenly unable to work for any period of time, you could lose your income and everything it provides.

Don't Wait Until It's Too Late
Disability Income Insurance will provide you with monthly income if you are unable to work as a result of an injury or illness.

Please download our brochure for more information.

Long Term Care

You may be busy building a career and raising your family. Or, maybe you're nearing retirement and looking forward to living your dreams. No matter what your situation, a successful future starts with careful planning to ensure you have the finds that will enable you to live life on your terms.

Top Reasons People Buy Long Term Care Insurance

  • To avoid burdening loved ones with caregiving roles
  • To have a choice of where they get care
  • To remain independent
  • To remain in, and receive care in, their own home

What Is Long Term Care?

Many people visualize a nursing home when they think of long term care, but long term care does not always mean institutional care.

Instead, it is care that you need when you can no longer perform common daily tasks by yourself – routine activities that healthy people don't give a second thought to, such as: bathing, dressing, eating, using the toilet, getting into and out of bed or a chair. The need for long term care may be due to physical limitations or disabilities resulting from injury, illness or the normal ageing process. It can also be due to a cognitive impairment resulting from a stroke, for example, or Alzheimer's disease. And while such care is provided in nursing facilities, assisted-living facilities, and adult day care centres, the majority of long term care takes place in the recipient's home. Usually, it is provided by unpaid family members or friends.

Please download our brochure for more information.

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