It’s up to you to understand who you can cover under your medical, dental, vision, and other benefits. Be sure to review the information below before you enroll in coverage. Full-time employees are eligible for DXC benefits. Full-time means that you have a regular work schedule of 30 or more hours per week. Eligible family members are defined as follows: Your legal spouse (of same or opposite sex) not legally separated from you; Children as defined here: An eligible child must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for coverage under a DXC health care plan: The child must be under age 26 for medical, dental, and vision coverage, and for dependent life insurance; and The child must be your child (including an adopted child, stepchild, eligible foster child, and a child for whom a court has appointed you legal guardian): Adopted child includes a child lawfully placed with you for legal adoption even if the adoption is not final Foster child is any child who is placed with you by an authorized placement agency or by judgment, decree, or other order of any court of competent jurisdiction. An Adult Disabled Child may continue to be eligible beyond the limiting age (age 26). An Adult Disabled Child is defined as an unmarried dependent child who: Is incapable of self-sustaining employment by reason of mental or physical handicap; and Continues to be dependent for support and maintenance. Proof of Disabled Child Status If the child is eligible for and covered by a DXC plan on the date s/he reaches the limiting age, application/proof of incapacity/disability for continued eligibility/coverage must be provided to the DXC Benefits Center within 30 days of the date that age was reached If the child is eligible for but not covered by a DXC plan, and you wish to enroll him or her, evidence of immediate prior coverage must be presented to the DXC Benefits Center when enrollment is requested, and application/proof of incapacity/disability must be provided to the DXC Benefits Center within 30 days of loss of other coverage The applicable carrier must review the request for coverage to determine whether eligibility/coverage can commence or continue If coverage is approved as a result of meeting the preceding conditions, eligibility will continue until your dependent child is no longer eligible as approved, fails to have the required exams, or your eligibility for coverage ends, whichever occurs first.