Disability Insurance Awareness Month

May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month

Nationwide Employee Benefits has partnered with the non-profit LIFE® Foundation to promote Disability Insurance Awareness Month (DIAM) this May. We've gathered five helpful tools and resources to assist you on your sales journey with new and existing clients while sharing the importance of disability insurance.

  1. Reference the LIFE Foundation's What You Need to Know about Disability Insurance to highlight important information for making informed decisions about disability insurance. Send it out to clients and new prospects with a brief handwritten note.

    What You Need to Know About Disability Insurance

  2. It takes just a couple of minutes to determine if you have sufficient disability insurance coverage. Your clients can quickly and easily calculate the right kind of coverage for their needs with LIFE’s online calculator or helpful worksheet.

    Disability Insurance Needs Calculator
    How Much Disability Insurance Do You Need?

  3. When heading out to meet with corporate clients this May, take along a copy of Taking Care of Business to help open up a healthy conversation about offering group disability insurance benefits or supplemental disability insurance coverage for highly compensated executives.

    Taking Care of Business

  4. Volunteer to speak at an upcoming local chamber of commerce or other civic organization meeting. Introduce the LIFE Foundation into your presentation and share a "realLIFEstory" disability insurance video from LIFE's realLIFEstories. Underscore the importance of being prepared in the event of a disabling illness or injury.

    LIFE's realLIFEstories

  5. Grab a supply of "LIFE Happens" gel awareness bracelets. Hand them out to remind clients that disabling illnesses and injuries can happen at any time. Remind them that you can help prepare them for unexpected disabilities with disability insurance.

To order complimentary copies of brochures, DVDs or bracelets, contact your service representative.

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