Are there other benefits?
While you continue to have a disability, the Insurer may suggest alternate care designed to help you regain the ability to engage independently in the activities of daily living or to regain cognitive function. Examples may include a rehabilitation program, home modifications for wheelchair access, or certain types of medical equipment or hardware purchases. The terms of such alternate care and the actual expenses will be subject to mutual written agreement, and the Insurer may pay reasonable expenses which are not otherwise payable by Medicare or other insurance. Such alternate care is not mandatory, and if you choose not to accept alternate care, your benefits will continue according to the provisions of your Schedule of Benefits.