Are you considering a family spring break vacation? Whether you and your family are travelling abroad or even to the next province, you’ll want to know you’re protected. And if you have a child living with a disability, you may be extra concerned about safety. Here are a couple tips to help make the planning a bit easier.
Travel insurance for disabled children
If you’re considering a Family Travel Insurance plan, be sure to check your insurance provider’s definition of Family. With our insurance, a Family plan will cover a dependent child or grandchild of any age living with a mental or physical disability.
Here are a few things you’ll want to confirm are included:
- Ambulance and emergency air transportation
- Hospital and doctor’s fees
- Emergency dental services
- Pre-existing condition coverage
Planning accessible travel
Now that you have a few pointers on travel insurance, you’re probably excited to plan! Be sure to check out our three-part guest blogger series: Planning WheelChair Accessible Travel, Accessible Air Travel and Atypical but Accessible Destinations to give you some ideas.