Household daily allowance

If you're unemployed and run a household, then you – unlike those who are employed – are not insured against the financial consequences of accidents or illnesses. If you have a serious illness or accident, you pay the costs of household help or childcare out of your own pocket.

Our household daily allowance CASA plugs this gap. You receive a daily allowance with which you can, for example, pay for childcare or taxi journeys to the doctor's. You choose the amount of the daily allowance and the waiting period and easily tailor CASA to your needs and budget.

What's worth knowing about household daily allowance

You may become ill or have an accident and be unable to work for a time. However, your day-to-day activities must go on as usual. Are you employed? If so, your employer provides statutory protection against the financial consequences of this.

If you are responsible for running the household or caring for children or if you perform unpaid work, you may need help. The illness or effects of the accident may make you unable to carry out your duties.

We are there to support you. While you are recovering, you can use the daily allowance from CASA insurance to get the help you need. You can choose how to use the money: maybe you need household help, childcare or taxi rides to the doctor's office. You choose the amount of the daily allowance and the waiting period and thus simply tailor CASA to your needs and budget.