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As a caution, when making your inquiries be sure you not only tell them you are retired but what ages you are. There may be options available to a 58yo retiree which are not available to a 66yo retiree.

Someone also mentioned student insurance and that may be a great option but check to see when it's in effect. For example, if your son is injured in a car accident coming home between terms, is he still covered or did coverage end when the school term did?
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