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    This is going to be tough. Are you currently working somewhere that is covering you, or possibly a partner? Sometimes, employers will offer travel insurance for you. Since they are covering you with a traditional plan, you may get to get around some of the other things. Also, do you think travel insurance would cover something like a shower chair that a hotel may charge you to use?
    Last edited by MikeFD; 23 September 2011, 20:54. Reason: Removed commercial links

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    Oh thats strange, i had no problem. I may have done it wrong at the time

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    Originally posted by Chris View Post
    Just booked a holiday to cape verde and been a bit worried about insurance. Anyway ive just been on this site https://www.insureforyou.com/ and got a quote, £68 cheapest going upto £83. Ive no idea if this is cheap, but it seems pretty fair to me.
    just tried these Chris and won't insure me . anyone had success with other companies ?

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    I used World-First to get Mic and I covered as he had ALS and I have High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol. They actually allowed us to take out an Annual Policy which most other insurers will not. Good Luck Cath

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    Hi Vane,
    Try to get in touch with your insurer in case of any problem. Many insurance companies are out there in the market. By checking their policy terms and clauses, you will have a clear idea about the do’s and don’ts. Most of the insurance companies give you the opportunity to consult directly with your insurer about your any type of query.

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    thanks for your post

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    Just booked a holiday to cape verde and been a bit worried about insurance. Anyway ive just been on this site https://www.insureforyou.com/ and got a quote, £68 cheapest going upto £83. Ive no idea if this is cheap, but it seems pretty fair to me.

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    im off to Mexico in april for 2 weeks and my Royalties gold account with the RBS offers travel insurance but when i called explaining about the MND they just said sorry no its terminal !!! i said to the operator that i might out live you and find it discusting you umbrella the condition without realising where all different . Anyhow thanks for the heads up on other companies . .

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  • Jeannie
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    Hi, I found the cheapest to be P J Hayman and Co http://www.pjhayman.com/ cover MND/ALS.

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  • miranda
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    I have not had a problem getting travel insurance (I have bulbar) but have had to make a full medical declaration

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    Hi Vane,

    The MND Connect team might be able to help you with this one. When my partners mum wanted to go away on holiday last year, they were able to give me a list of companies who could provide insurance. You can call them on 08457 626262 or you could e-mail them on [email protected]

    All the best,
    Jenni
    Last edited by Jenni; 11 February 2011, 07:24.

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    Im thinking of going to Italy for a couple of weeks in April - does anyone have any knowledge of travel insurance for people with MND??
    vanessa
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