HELP for MOM
Travel Insurance for CAAT Members
Travel Insurance Misconceptions
OPSEU’s Retired Members’ Division
Benefits and Contact for CCRA Retirees
Retiree Benefits & the College Employers Council
Retirees Benefits: Myth Buster
211 Helps Seniors Find Assistance And Home Care
Help for Mom (HFM) is an independent Canadian company that helps families navigate senior housing, home care and ageing at home options for FREE with no obligation.
We work with CARP and other Retiree Association by offering our services as a membership Perk because:
The College Employer Council has made arrangements through Johnson Insurance for travel & medical insurance effective October 1st, 2019.
Steps have been taken to provide CAAT retirees with access to travel protection and emergency Out of Country health insurance through Johnson Insurance.
As a CAAT retiree, to discuss your travel insurance needs and to obtain a quote, you may contact Johnson Insurance by phone or through their website.
Either call 1-866-606-3362 or visit www.johnson.ca/medoc
The College Employers Council is the policyholder for all benefits provided to college retirees. The current underwriter is Sun Life.
Helpful information available on the College Employers Council site:
The RETIREE CAATNIPS. This newsletter is produced by the Council on behalf of the CAAT Retiree Group Insurance Advisory Committee (CRGIAC). It is designed to keep you informed of changes to your retiree group insurance benefits plan as well as give you some helpful information with regard to your benefits and how to use them.
Click here to view the RETIREE CAATNIPS Newsletter 8th issue.
Click here to go to the document provided for CAAT Retiree Extended Health Care Plan 1 and Plan 2 to help one understand Orthopaedic Shoes (Custom-Made) and Orthotics (Custom-Made).
You cannot use the drug card to purchase vaccines.
The two items above are from Volume 2 – November 2011 Edition of the Retiree CAATNIPS produced by the CAAT Retiree Group Insurance Advisory Committee
Navigating and applying for services are common challenges, especially when seeking out government benefits. 211 also refers callers to agencies that offer help to fill in applications and tax clinics for low-income people of every age.
For low-income seniors, 211 can provide information about the Guaranteed Income Supplement, GIS-Allowance and the Guaranteed Annual Income System. There are also a variety of financial and other types of assistance for veterans of war.
Other potential sources of financial help and services which depend on individual eligibility.
Community legal clinics, which offer services to all low-income seniors, can help if you are having difficulty applying for a tax refund or receiving your pension, or you need help preparing a will or a power of attorney form. Some Ontario cities also have Wills on Wheels, a directory of independent lawyers who offer in-home will and power of attorney preparation services.
For information about services and programs for your situation, call 2-1-1 from anywhere in Ontario. 211 is the helpline for information and referral to community, social and health services or search online at www.211ontario.ca. The 211 helpline is answered live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and service is available in over 150 languages.
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We help you find over 60,000 community and social services in Ontario.
Providing care and support for a Senior living with frailty.
Improve your skills, knowledge and confidence as a family member or friend caregiver.
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OCRA is the “voice for Ontario CAAT Retirees.” Click here for more information about OCRA.