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Wellbeing

  • Allied health treatment cycle

    From 1 October 2019, referrals from General Practitioners (GP) to allied health services are changing for DVA clients. Referrals will be valid for up to 12 sessions or a year — whichever ends first. This is the new 'treatment cycle' which aims to improves our clients' quality of care.

  • Cooking for One or Two program

    The Cooking for One or Two program is a five-session cooking skills program that was originally designed for men, aged 65 years and over, who lived alone or cooked for only one or two people and were members of the veteran community.

  • Coordinated Veterans' Care

    The Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Program is a planned and coordinated health care model for eligible Gold Card holders with one or more targeted chronic conditions who are at risk of hospitalisation.

  • Dose Administration Aid Service

    A Dose Administration Aid (DAA) is a container used to help you organise your medicines, labelled to show you the day, and when in the day, you should take them. Your DAA is packed for you by your Community Pharmacist; and your GP and pharmacist together monitor your use of the DAA.

  • Heart Health Programme

    The Heart Health Programme aims to help you increase your physical health and wellbeing through practical exercise, nutrition and lifestyle management support.

  • Men's Health Peer Education

    The Men's Health Peer Education (MHPE) program raises awareness about men's health issues in the veteran community and encourages men to share responsibility for their own health and wellbeing. The programme operates across all states and territories, through a network of trained volunteers.

  • Vietnam Veterans' Sons and Daughters Support Programme

    The Vietnam Veterans' Sons & Daughters Support Programme (VVSDSP) assists eligible children of Vietnam Veterans