Guardian adds neurological support to HALO claims service

New partnership with Krysalis Consultancy

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Guardian adds neurological support to HALO claims service

Challenger insurer Guardian has announced a new partnership with neurological occupational therapy provider, Krysalis Consultancy, for its critical illness claims service.

Guardian has extended the support offered through it HALO claims service to include specialist advice and support to navigate challenges of a neurological diagnosis. The service is aimed at for those living with Parkinson's disease, motor neurone disease, and stroke survivors, or those who have incurred injuries to the brain, spine, or central nervous system, and is available to Guardian critical illness claimants and their families. Krysalis developed its ‘Neuro-Logical' service for the protection...

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