If you or your dependant are hospitalized for at least three days, your Travel Emergency benefits will cover a visit from a family member or friend, if the attending doctor verifies in writing that the situation is serious enough to require a visit.
If you or your dependant are remaining with a travelling companion whose return home is delayed due to illness or injury, your Travel Emergency benefits will cover the following costs, if medical verification and receipts are provided.
Are you a member of Alberta's public or Catholic education sector and considering retirement or already retired? If so, we invite you (including employers) to join us for our virtual MyRetiree Plan Presentation and Q&A on April 4, 2023, where we'll share valuable information about coverage options, emergency travel insurance, savings potential, and more!
Join us November 9, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a virtual Retirement Seminar (hosted by ASEBP). Guest speakers will share valuable information about pensions (LAPP and ATRF), nurturing your mental health and wellbeing during retirement, retirement financial planning, Alberta's Coverage for Seniors benefits, optional trip interruption and cancellation insurance, and ASEBP's MyRetiree Plan: An Overview.