One day, you have the comfort and security of knowing that your health costs -- dental visits, physiotherapy, etc. will be covered by your employer's Group Benefits plan. The next day, you don't. Whether it's because of a layoff, a retirement, or just an employee moving on to something new, you can face significant costs for anything not covered by Alberta Health Care.
If you've been part of an existing Group Benefits Plan in Alberta and that's about to change, we can help make sure that your benefits don't. We have access to two great options depending upon your situation:
1. Follow Me coverage is specifically built for people who want to continue their existing plan without having to go through any medical questions. As long as you apply within 60 days of your group benefits ending, your acceptance is guaranteed -- without a medical questionnaire or exam.
2. FlexCare is built for those who don't mind going through some medical questions in order to save some money on their premiums. It also offers a number of different options for health and dental coverage. We can also set up these benefits for people who aren't part of a current plan (or who have been without one for more than 60 days)!
If you're without Employee Benefits in Alberta, please contact us to discuss your options. If you're a Leader or HR Professional who wants to help their people transition out of employment with as little negative impact as possible, please contact us to get customized information for your employees about how to access this coverage themselves.
Contact us today to find out how to continue your Group Employee Benefits - even after you're no longer working for the company!
Self-Employed Health and Dental Insurance
You work for yourself -- you have the freedom and pride of ownership -- as well as some write offs that give you the chance to run your business expenses through your company.
Critical Illness Insurance
Have you ever known of anyone who had cancer? Critical Illness Insurance can help with the costs of living with a critical illness.