Help protect your financial security, provide for your loved ones, and save money on routine, AND emergency health expenses.
Health & Dental Insurance Plans
Flexcare® health and dental insurance plan or FollowMe® Health individual insurance plans are ideal for individuals and small businesses, offering flexibility and choice when group benefits come to an end.
The Association Insurance Plans
Flexcare plans are specifically designed to offer flexibility and choice. A wide selection of Core plans provide coverage for varying levels of drug and dental benefits, along with vision care, extended health care, travel insurance and more.
FollowMeTM Health is specially designed to offer health and dental coverage when group health benefits come to an end. If your client applies within 90 days of their group health benefit end date, no medical questionnaire is required.
The Association Health & Dental Plans
Choose from 8 different plan options
There are eight (8) different plan options, including four (4) Dental Plans - with basic health coverage, and four (4) Health & Dental Plans - which include coverage for prescription drugs. All plans include coverage for vision care, registered specialists and therapists, and much more. And some plans may not require you to complete a medical questionnaire at the time of application, so your acceptance is guaranteed provided that you meet the eligibility criteria.
Are you a business owner?
Health benefits for you, your family – and your employees
Not only can you take care of your family with health benefits, you can also provide health coverage as an incentive for your employees. Getting Health & Dental Insurance through your broker offers you a variety of options to purchase health and dental coverage for everyone you want to protect.
TIP! Your premiums may be tax deductible
If you are self-employed or own a small business, a portion of your premiums may be deductible as an expense for your business and may also be a non-taxable benefit to your employees (except in Quebec). Please consult your financial advisor or the Canada Revenue Agency for details.