Sun Life’s Sheila Weiss, AVP, Group Claims and Clinical Services, shares insight into the emotional journey of those facing a cancer diagnosis. While facts and figures tell part of the story, living with cancer is a whole different experience. This blog talks about how Sun Life offers support through AbleTo Virtual Behavioral Health Therapy to help individuals with cancer cope, as well as encourage screenings and provide assistance for those on this journey.
A health scare prompted Irlande to ensure that her family’s future was secure. While life insurance can be an important component when it comes to leaving a legacy for our loved ones, so is capturing moments with family, friends and colleagues. As Irlande made sure that she had all the necessary paperwork in place, she realized that she had failed to include herself in photographs documenting important milestones and events. Realizing this gap, her love of the selfie was born. Read her full story here.
We know that lack of healthcare access is a challenge for many Americans. While there are many reasons for this, the primary barrier and driver of delays in care continues to be due to cost and affordability. Health plans are the primary financial tool in affording care. Hear from Sun Life AVP Bryan Burke on alternative financial tools that can help close coverage gaps by making care more affordable and more accessible.
An introduction of Sun Life Benefits Explorer, which will help employees conveniently learn about benefits before enrolling in them. Learn more from Jenn Robbins in this article.
Meet Julie, an ER Nurse and a dedicated sports racer, biker and more. Julie suffered a hip injury. She didn’t expect the recovery process to be so long, and was thankful she signed up for disability insurance from Sun Life. Not only did Sun Life provide financial protection, our vocational rehabilitation counselors helped Julie find a new job, in a new state.
Meet Cristie. Cristie is a registered nurse with the New York State Department of Correctional Institution. Cristie is constantly on her feet and has tarsal tunnel Syndrome and severe tendinitis. She has been out of work for eight months. Here’s a story on how Sun Life was able to get her back into the work force.
Meet Doreen. As a high school special education teacher, Doreen was constantly on her feet. She began to face issues with her knee and ankle, and surgery didn’t go as planned. Here’s a story on how Sun Life helped Doreen get back to the job she loves, and accommodate her needs every step of the way.
Meet Eddie. When Eddie’s wife Joan was diagnosed with stage four ovarian cancer, Sun Life’s short-term disability helped them with medical and personal expenses. And when they needed a change over from short-term to long-term disability, Sun Life made it seamless and stress-free for the family.
Manny was diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy, which caused him to lose his vision. Manny was grateful that he chose a longterm disability coverage through his employer, and our vocational assistance helped him reach personal goals to support his efforts to return to work and enjoy his life fully.