Solenn Heussaff, Kryz Uy-Young switch gears as new moms

TO THE public eye, Solenn Heussaff and Kryz Uy-Young are known multi-hyphenates—driven women in their chosen fields. This year, the two added a new title to their already long list of professions: mother.

As a prominent figure in local showbiz, Solenn was constantly hustling to achieve her personal goals. Meanwhile, Kryz was barely at home, either attending the hottest events or away abroad for work. Entering a new chapter in their lives proved to be quite an adjustment.

However, these two didn’t see motherhood as a call to completely overhaul the goals they have set for themselves; rather, to realign and adjust them—Solenn for her daughter Thylane, and Kryz for her son Scott.

This year has proven that life is unpredictable and one can never be too prepared for whatever curveballs it can throw our way. But even with these changes and challenges, moms like Solenn and Kryz only want their children to live healthier, longer, and better lives just as AIA Philam Life promises every Filipino family. Thus, AIA Philam Life has relaunched AIA Med-Assist, now tailored to protect children as well—an answer to the cries of first-time moms like Kryz and Solenn.

“Nico and I want to find a way to be sort of financially independent in the sense that Thylane will be protected even if we’re not here,” says Solenn. AIA Med-Assist for children gives parents peace of mind, knowing that their children are protected from medical concerns so they can focus on their child’s recovery.

Based on the same product launched early this year, it is a variable life insurance plan with medical benefit rider designed to address medical expenses due to hospitalization of 0- to 17-year-olds.

The plan comes with not only 90 percent coverage, but also a life insurance benefit and an investment fund that can help parents build their own medical fund in the future.

“It’s not just about us anymore. So, we have definitely been thinking more long term when it comes to our savings and investments,” shares Kryz. “Slater and I have to consider Scott’s future and what that means for us,” she adds.

For more information on AIA Med-Assist, visit AIA Philam Life's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AIAPhilamLife/, website www.philamlife.com, email philamlife@aia.com, or call (02) 8528-2000. SPONSORED CONTENT


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