In­sur­ing your child at school

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The ques­tion that of­ten arises is the dilemma around chil­dren at school who have no med­i­cal in­sur­ance.

It is not only on the sports­field that your chil­dren can get hurt.

Your child could fall, slip of trip in the pas­sage, on the play­ground, or could sus­tain con­cus­sion while play­ing.

Yours could be an­other child who has to sit in a long queue at a state hos­pi­tal if there is no med­i­cal in­sur­ance.

Ef­fi­cient Wealth in con­junc­tion with Dr Ger­hard Vosloo – who spe­cialises in sport In­juries, es­pe­cially as it con­cerns chil­dren – is busy with an ini­tia­tive to pro­vide an af­ford­able prod­uct for schools to as­sist par­ents with the med­i­cal needs of their chil­dren.

In the week of Oc­to­ber 20, Dr Vosloo will be in stu­dio to dis­cuss with Ef­fi­cient Wealth chief econ­o­mist Dawie Roodt, how they plan to have a more af­ford­able med­i­cal in­sur­ance prod­uct for schools, in the event or emer­gency or ac­ci­dent, at the best or more suit­able pri­vate health in­sti­tu­tions.

Tune into Ses­sions on DStv chan­nel 144 this Satur­day at 8am for more on the topic.

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact reg­is­tered fi­nan­cial ad­viser Alet Caste­lyn on 084-244-6429 or e-mail

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