Reprinted with permission from ADF Family Health We have launched a refreshed ADF Family Health Program website. The website still contains useful information to assist you in understanding the program and to manage your family allowance. To view the new website please go to adffamilyhealth.com. Dental Comparison Tool Designed to assist you to manage your … Continue reading News from the ADF Family Health Program
We recently talked to Kristina in Adelaide about her volunteer role with the Defence Special Needs Support Group Inc. Tell us about the group you volunteer for and your role The Defence Special Needs Support Group Inc is a non-profit benevolent volunteer organisation established to assist Navy, Army and Air Force families with a family … Continue reading Volunteering at Defence Special Needs Support Group Inc.
We spoke with Sophie about her role as a volunteer with Kookaburra Kids. Tell us about the group you volunteer for and your role. The group I volunteer for is called Kookaburra Kids. They are an organisation that support children aged 8-18, living in families affected by mental illness. The program organises camps and activity … Continue reading Volunteering for Kookaburra Kids
We recently talked to Belinda Wilson, Chief Executive Officer of Bravery Trust, an organisation that supports current ADF members and veterans. When was Bravery Trust established? Bravery Trust was established in 2012 to meet a growing need for urgent financial support for members and ex-members injured during service, particularly due to modern conflict. We believe … Continue reading We talked to Bravery Trust
Tell us about the group you volunteer for and your role. I volunteer for Pearce Community Group, I am currently the secretary, previously I was the president and one of the founding members. We are still just a small group but aim to connect and support Defence families of the northern suburbs of Perth. How … Continue reading Volunteer work in the Defence Community
Just about every ADF partner can relate to the employment challenges of postings. No sooner do you get yourself settled and in a satisfying job, than it’s posting time again and you’re off! In this post, we get to hear from two women working with Defence Health, as well as the HR advisor at Defence … Continue reading Defence Health: A Defence Partner Friendly Employer