ChildProtect Canada

ChildProtect Canada

June 29, 2009 09:00 ET

ChildProtect Canada: Helping Parents Protect Their Children for Life

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 29, 2009) -

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Welcoming a child into the world is the most joyous occasion that parents experience. When holding their precious gift for the first time, they are overwhelmed with happiness and vow to do anything to protect their child. Sooner or later, however, many parents realize that they have fallen short in dealing effectively with protecting their child's life. And usually this happens when it's already too late, such as when they're faced with the prognosis after a life-altering accident or illness.

ChildProtect Canada (CPC) is currently introducing an intelligent program that is designed to help parents prepare for an unexpected accident or a life-altering illness throughout the life of their child. The program helps parents make the right decision responsibly for the protection of their child from birth to age 19. While it provides the right protection, ChildProtect also delivers peace of mind to parents, because it shields the family from financial hardship during difficult times.

A critical illness plan purchased through CPC will provide a lump sum cash payment 30 days after a child is diagnosed with, and survives, a critical illness as defined in the policy. The plan can be used to fill the gap that is inevitably created between the provincial health insurance plan and the often substantial expenditures that result from a serious illness, enabling parents to focus on what's most important: their child's health.

Plan Features: Available for children between 0 days and 19 years, premiums are guaranteed never to increase, benefits are guaranteed never to decrease, payment periods may be limited to as few as 10 years, The coverage may be canceled and all premiums paid can be returned if no claim is made.

Benefits include: money to pay for out-of-country treatment, extra costs for special diet, renovation of homes, subsidize loss of income of one or more parents for staying home to look after the child, special devices, tutoring at home, cost for special school or medication, and peace of mind.

Illnesses covered are: autism, congenital heart disease, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, type 1 diabetes mellitus, muscular dystrophy and Rett syndrome.

Plus lifetime coverage for these life altering conditions: cancer, coronary artery bypass surgery, major organ transplant, heart valve replacement, deafness, severe burns, loss of limbs, Alzheimer's disease, loss of independent existence, heart attack, kidney failure, benign brain tumor, paralysis, coma, Parkinson's disease, stroke, bacterial meningitis, aortic surgery, blindness, multiple sclerosis, loss of speech, aplastic anemia and occupational HIV infection; and partial payment for serious complications caused by the following infectious diseases: West Nile virus, Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdoferi), E.coli infection and necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease).

Canada is the only country in the world that continues to guarantee Critical Illness rates. This is a perfect time for parents to lock in and guarantee their child's rate, before this valuable feature ceases to exist. Parents can consider this particular plan "no regret" coverage for its versatility; should a child develop into a healthy 19 year old teen without requiring the use of coverage, a parent will be able to apply the plan towards the education of their teen.

Parents can assure their child's future today simply by clicking their mouse, or calling ChildProtect Canada. CPC advisor will ask a few simple questions about the family's health history to provide parents with customized options of coverage that meet their needs and requirements.

For further information and enrolment of a child, parents may contact Child Protect CANADA through, (416) 640-0299 or 1-888-76CHILD (1-888-762-4453).

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