The department of Veterans Affairs:
Other useful links
A Veteran's Affairs package has been designed so that you may have a
quick reference to entitlements as well as information on matters of
significance to veterans. The package is made up of folder inserts (here
represented by separate pages on the VVAA web site) with information on them.
When you commence a claim or are having dealings with DVA, you can take a two or
three ring binder and place file copies of correspondence, claims applications
etc within the correct folder and build a "Veterans' Affairs"
Detailed information on any matter within the DVA portfolio can be obtained
from fact sheets that are on the DVA web site at www.dva.gov.au.
These fact sheets are regularly updated with the latest information.
To obtain a fact sheet, contact your nearest DVA office and they will be glad
to provide it for you. Otherwise, visit their web site at www.dva.gov.au
and to to the fact sheet index.
If you do not have a computer, or do not know how to use one, do not be
daunted or put off. Go to your local library and ask for assistance in
using the internet service that most libraries provide. They will help you
at very minimal cost.
A lot of ex-Service organisations, like this one, are connected to the
internet so that you can go to an ex-Service organisation that you have
confidence in, and they will access the information for you.