Parents worrying about their kids is nothing new but what we may not immediately realize is the fact that in between panicking or going crazy for being first-time parents, there are already many kinds of support readily available around us.
In a wacky live online talk show Tea Time with the Bolzicos, Nico Bolzico and Solenn Heussaff, joined by Cebu-based influencers Kryz and Slater Young, had a discussion about being first-time parents.
Both couples are months-old parents who are now experiencing hands-on parenting during the pandemic. In the course of their discussion on the changes in their priorities and discovering the joys of parenthood, they talked about the importance of protecting their children against risks, especially during this time when health risks abound.
They also touched on the fact that for most parents, getting medical insurance for their child rarely crosses their minds as they consider physical needs as a more pressing matter.
Nico and Solenn are both AIA Philam Life ambassadors, and during the show, they also interviewed chief executive officer Kelvin Ang who talked about AIA Med-Assist for children, a variable life insurance plan with medical benefit rider designed to address medical expenses due to hospitalization of 0 to 17-year-olds.
“Making AIA Med-Assist available for children is another indication of our commitment to fulfill our mission of racing against risk to protect Filipino families from life’s uncertainties. We are one of the few insurance companies who make insurance products available to children, an age group whose protection needs are not given much attention,” And shared with the hosts.
“Through this product, parents are able to show their love and responsibility for their children. For us, it’s a way to bring to life our brand promise of helping Filipinos live Healthier, Longer and Better Lives,” said AIA Philam Life executive added.
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