Jo Throp: Neurological conditions require a specialist approach

"The protection industry needs to consider more deeply the cost and impact of neurological claims"

John Brazier
clock • 8 min read
Jo Throp: Neurological conditions require a specialist approach

COVER talks to Jo Throp, clinical director at occupational therapy provider, Krysalis Consultancy, about its new Neuro Logical support service designed specifically for the protection industry.

In December last year, challenger insurer Guardian announced a new partnership with neurological occupational therapy provider, Krysalis Consultancy, for its critical illness claims service. Offered through Guardian's HALO claims service, the Neuro Logical service includes specialist advice and support to navigate challenges of a neurological diagnosis, for those living with Parkinson's disease, motor neurone disease, and stroke survivors, or those who have incurred injuries to the brain, spine,...

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