Breast cancer affects around 55,500* women a year, yet only around 370* men per year. For this reason, there is a common misconception that breast cancer can only be diagnosed in women, but the reality is that breast cancer can appear in men too.
Many men are unaware of the signs of breast cancer – or that they can even be diagnosed with this condition.Read more
As September is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, this month’s blog is dedicated to helping those diagnosed live more freely. So, if you’re caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s and want to find a staycation that caters to their needs and desires, look no further. These 4 UK staycations have been celebrated for their ability to empower those with Alzheimer’s and provide them with an adventure. After all, everyone deserves to travel and explore regardless of medical conditions. Visiting these places may also help to rediscover fragments of their cherished memories if they visited any of these in the past all while basking in moments of joy and relaxation.Read more
Going away should be something you look forward to. After all, there’s nothing quite like counting down the days until you’re relaxing in the sun with friends and family. However, when you have a chronic illness, it can sometimes come down to what you want to do vs. what you can actually do. Holidays can be exhausting, stressful and inaccessible, so it’s important that when you are looking to go away, you’re going somewhere that you can manage and most importantly have an amazing time. In this blog, we share 6 destinations for those searching for accessibility and a great time.
At Insurancewith, we understand the importance of escaping to another country, discovering new places and experiencing different cultures. That’s why we consider cover for over 1,000 medical conditions, allowing you to travel with peace of mind.
Read on for travel inspiration:Read more
Preparing to travel with medical conditions can be difficult and we want to make the whole process easier; so whilst we provide travel insurance cover, we’re here with information for you, from flights and transport to accommodation and activity. If you have Dementia or Alzheimer’s or are looking to travel alongside someone who does, this post will share tips on how to travel more comfortably so you or your companions are more comfortable from the get-go.Read more