There are over 1.2 million stroke survivors in the UK and more than 100,000 strokes happen every year. Travel insurance for stroke patients is something we are able to provide at a competitive premium with quality cover.
What cover levels are available on travel insurance for stroke victims?
We pride ourselves on being medical travel insurance specialists. Cover for medical conditions is available on all of our policy types and we provide 100’s of policies for stroke victims each year. Cover levels includes:
Up to £10,000 in case of medical emergency
- If you need emergency medical attention
- Including public hospital benefit
- Emergency replacement or prescription medication
- Mobile and disability equipment
As well as:
- Up to £5,000 cancellation and curtailment cover
- Cover for both outbound departure and connection
- Up to £2,000 for lost, stolen or damaged possessions
- Cover for loss and theft of cash and passport
- Up to £2,000,000 for personal liability
- Up to £50,000 for legal advice
- Depending on the cover level chosen
Why Choose Get Going?
10,000 medical conditions covered
24/7 emergency assistance team
£10m cover for emergencies
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Safe travel after a stroke
Experiencing a stroke is a difficult time for both you and your wider family. When you’re getting everything back on track, even if you’ve been left with mobility problems, you should be able to get away and have a holiday. There are plenty of tour operators that will specialise in offering a tailored package and it will be worth spending some time researching the right trip for you.
Once you have a holiday in mind, you need to get an adequate travel insurance policy. Run through our relatively non-invasive screening process to get your quick quote. We won’t ever share your information with third party companies and your screening is entirely confidential.
Before you travel, take the time to save the emergency assistance number in your phone and if you’re travelling with someone, in their phone too.
If you are travelling with medication, always keep these in your hand luggage. Make sure that any medication is labelled accurately and has your full name on it.
There are a number of things you can do travel safe after a stroke. Importantly, you should always consult your GP before travelling, they will be able to Offer you advice specific to your circumstances.
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