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Rehabilitation

DVA is seeking input for a review of its rehabilitation appliances services. If you have received DVA aids or appliances, either as part of a rehabilitation plan or through the Rehabilitation Appliances Program (RAP), and would like to tell us about your experience, please see the RAP web page for further details.

DVA provides rehabilitation assistance to entitled serving and former Australian Defence Force (ADF) members, reservists and cadets. No two people are the same—that's why we tailor each rehabilitation plan to suit the individual.

Our whole-of-person approach ensures that you have access to clear information about your options so you can make informed choices to progress your rehabilitation goals, improve your wellbeing and adapt to, and recover from, any injury or illness related to your ADF service. 

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Online Rehabilitation Course

DVA's Rehabilitation Online elearning course has been designed to provide you with additional information about rehabilitation through DVA. There are eight modules within the course which you can complete at your own pace.

To access the course you will need to be registered with DVAtrain, DVA's unique learning management system.  To do this, go to Online Learning Registration and follow the instructions.

Alternatively if you are already registered with DVAtrain, you can go directly to DVAtrain.

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