Income Protection provides far more than just financial support to those that are unable to work due to injury or ill health. Within this page we have brought together a selection of videos that explore the impact that having income protection has had on a number of clients and some of the families supported by the 7 Families initiative.
Emily works in public relations helping to raise funds to provide vital support to people affected by breast cancer. A couple of months after her son was born she suffered from chronic nerve pain and debilitating fatigue and her health changed overnight. In this video she explains the strain this put on her family and her attempts to return to work, how she was able to claim on her group income protection policy with Aviva and how they helped find her diagnosis and support her back into work.
7Families – The role of a case manager
This video revisits the 7Families initiative and explores the impact that case managers had on the families involved. The families explain how their case manager worked with them and the support that was provided in their journey since suffering ill health.
Regular readers of Protection Guru will understand that modern protection plans offer so much more than just a financial pay out. Our next story looks at how a client benefited from Holloway Friendly’s added value benefit services which aided her recovery and helped obtain treatment far quicker than she might have been able via the NHS.
“You never know what’s going to happen in life that affects your ability to earn”. Words Diana’s financial adviser said when recommending income Protection. Unfortunately, not too long later, Diana suffered a serious bout of stress due to her father’s health and ongoing responsibilities at work. Income protection from Holloway Friendly helped Diana receive a proper diagnosis, formal treatment plan, ongoing therapy and an income to help cover her mortgage repayments.
7Families – Mental Health Film
This video picks up with some of the families supported by the 7Families initiative launched in 2014. It revists the Pickford’s, the Clarke’s and Nikki to highlight their stories and the support that the industry was able to provide and the impact this had on their lives.