What do you think about Cancer coverage without all the paperwork?
As an ATA member or an Alberta School Board Employee, you may have heard about your Group Critical Illness plan through your Voluntary Benefits Program – this group plan is a way to get a cheque for $25,000 up to $300,000 tax-free if you're diagnosis with a life-changing illness – such as Cancer, Heart Attack, Alzheimer’s or MS.
If it seemed daunting to apply because of all the paperwork, there is good news …
… If you’re a member of the Alberta Teachers Association, or work for a School Board in Alberta – or you’re married to someone who is, you can now apply for your Group Critical Illness program online!
This takes away one more barrier for people who have been waiting to apply. Do it now! It only takes a few minutes to apply and this could be the few minutes that make the biggest difference down the road.
But what about the children?
For anyone that has young people in their lives, imagining one of them getting sick is just about the worst thing you can think of. But we know that at some time in their life, it could happen. How do we help protect them now from something that could happen well into the future?... …The Capital KIDS Critical Illness program was designed to help protect the young ones in your life … for most of their life.
How it works:
You sign up for Critical Illness coverage for your kids between the ages 30 days old to 15 years old – anything from $10,000 to $50,000 in coverage. If they get diagnosed with any one of the 37 Critical Illnesses – things like Cancer, Deafness, even severe burns – as well as childhood conditions like Autism, Cystic Fibrosis or Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, the insurance will give a tax-free cheque to help cover costs.
Once they’re covered, their rates are guaranteed until age 70 – so you could be protecting them well into adulthood!
Monthly Premiums (Premium Chart) For more information on the Capital KIDS insurance program, please contact us or look here