Treatment, rehabilitation, independence (veterans)
- Treatment: for service-related injury or illness
- Rehabilitation: to help you toward independence after service-related injury or illness
- Aids & appliances: to help manage service-related injury or illness
- Hearing aids & appliances: to help manage service-related hearing loss.
- Veterans' Independence Programme: to help you stay independent in your home (no service-related condition needed).
- Travel for Assessment, Treatment & Rehabilitation: funding for medical travel
- Travel Allowance (under Veteran's Independence Programme): allowance if severe impairment increases day-to-day travel costs
- Travel Concession (under Veterans' Independence Programme): funding for personal travel, if service-related impairment is severe or directly restricts lower-body mobility
- Transport for Independence (under Social Rehabilitation): transport services or grants, to help restore independence after injury or illness.
Visitors' Travel can help with your visitors' travel costs, if you're a Scheme One veteran in long-term hospital care. You're a Scheme One veteran if you've either :
- Scheme One service (in Viet Nam, or before 1 April 1974)
- Scheme One entitlement (an entitlement already accepted under Scheme One).
- Case management: support for your health & social needs
- Complaints: your rights if unhappy with our assessment of your needs, or with the services you’re getting or not getting
- Standards of service (Code of Rights): your right to standards of service from us, and what to do if you're not getting them.