Most of us will depend on equipment to stay healthy, or for help in our daily routine at some point in our lives. It could be glasses, contact lenses or a hearing aid to help with our vision or hearing. We might need crutches, a wheelchair or a stair lift to get around. We might depend on equipment for breathing, such as portable oxygen tanks or a nebuliser. Wearable healthcare technology is a growing trend – in future, more of us will use it to manage our fitness or to monitor a medical condition.
Your health and well-being can depend on a lot of expensive equipment, so it makes sense to check that you are covered in case of theft or damage.
Protection is available for a wide range of products that support your health and mobility.
Motability vehicles or electric mobility scooters typically used for journeys outside the home are not covered.
If you are:
we class these as a fixture of the property and so they are covered by your buildings insurance.
It’s a good idea to let your insurer know before you start, so your policy can be updated to keep you covered.
Limits, terms and exclusions apply. See our policy booklet for full details (PDF).
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