Mental Health Awareness Week
Posted on 15th May 2023 at 18:35
Zurich has reported 17.9 million working days were lost due to work related stress, depression and anxiety in 2019/2020**
Just like our physical health, our mental health needs to be protected.
Depression, stress and anxiety can also create physical ill health.
And this could impact you and your family financially if you need to take time off work.
Whilst the NHS is a fantastic service we have in the UK, it usually comes with long wait times for mental health assessments and support. If you are facing a difficult, challenging point in your life, the wait times may feel never ending.
Many insurance policies come with value added benefits, some at no extra costs.
The insurance Company's relationship with you does not start and end with a claim. As a client, you may be entitled to their independent team of counsellors, advisers and legal experts. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be utilised as soon as your policy goes live.
Taking advantage of these services does not class as a claim so will not affect your monthly premium or live policy.
What can these services include?
Referrals to specialist organisations and services, support with education, teenage issues and childcare sourcing, debt and money management help, legal information such as consumer rights, problems at work and relationship and family matters.
All fantastic benefits included with your insurance policy.
Are you aware of the value added benefits you have with your existing policy?
Let me review the policy today to check it is fit for purpose, that you are paying the right premium and advise of the value added benefits you can start taking advantage of.
If you do not currently have a policy in place, let’s get you protected! Book in for a free and full financial review.
Tagged as: awareness, benefits, mentalhealth, value
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