Rehabilitation and Claims Approach
Through Group Income Protection, we provide market leading rehabilitation for better individual outcomes and enable employees to get back to work quicker.
Early intervention enables our team of trained in-house clinicians to talk to the individual and find out the root cause of their absence.
This vital assessment means that from the very outset, where appropriate, treatment and support for the individual can be put into place to enable the best outcome.
Our rehabilitation model aims to give employees access to our medically qualified in-house rehabilitation and our specialist health care partners. All of this can happen without a GP-referral, and we fund any treatment, with no additional cost to your clients or their employees.
We provide a tailored care pathway and a bespoke return-to-work plan in partnership with both the client and employee.
This mediation role, backed up with clinical expertise, aims to support a quick and successful return to work.
Mental health, including stress, is one of the biggest causes of long, and short-term employee absences – so it’s more important than ever, that you clients have the right support for their employees. Our Mental Health Care Pathway does this, from preventative support for a mentally healthy workforce to tailored treatment for individuals.
Each year, stress leads to more than 12 million lost working days. So, looking after employee mental health, as well as being able to spot the signs of stress is something that your clients need to be ready to support. Our Work-Related Stress Care Pathway gives your clients employees the right support to help them through stressful times in their lives.
If an employee is diagnosed with cancer, our team of Rehabilitation Specialists can carry out an assessment, to establish what care pathway would be most beneficial and appropriate for them. Our Cancer Care Pathway makes accessing the right resources quick and easy, from counselling sessions to creating a tailored return to work plan.
Muskuloskeletal conditions are the second largest single cause of sickness absence in the UK for men and women, so it’s important that your clients build in systems for early reporting of symptoms, proper treatment and suitable rehabilitation.
Amanda’s employer contacted Legal & General when she underwent a second knee replacement. Aged 52 and working as a Personal Assistant in a financial firm, Amanda had a history of arthritis. We provided much needed rehabilitation support for her at a stressful and frustrating point in her life.
Ellie was aged 27 and working as a Product Support Technician when diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin B Cell Lymphoma. As a young, active person, this news came as a shock. We supported Ellie in coming to terms with her diagnosis and supported her in getting back to work.
Graham was working as a Finance Manager and had been unable to work for 10 weeks when we received notification of his absence. We provided support to Graham through a difficult time in his life, which involved symptoms of anxiety and depression. We supported Graham to the point where he was able to return to work.
Rob felt unable to work due to stress, when involved in a dispute with his senior manager. Rob was off work for a month when he was referred to our dedicated rehabilitation team and a return to work programme was put in place whereby the issues could be resolved amicably, and Rob could have the confidence to return to work.
We arranged and paid for 2,916 psychological and physiotherapy treatments.
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