The Australian Army is about to medically discharge a senior soldier for mental health with inadequate access to healthcare or financial assistance despite being fully incapacitated for work. The Department of Veterans Affairs disputes which legislation liability for injuries sustained from 3 deployments and a 17 year career should be accepted under. Whilst the decision is being appealed the soldier who served 13 years in Special Operations will have no income support from DVA. This process has caused significant hardship, duress and deterioration in return for faithful and diligent service and has affected other service personnel in the medical discharge process.
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Thanks for supporting me and my sister with the whole Logies ‘thing’. I think my sometimes turdy little brother has been suitably hurrumphed. The sisters have got this one!
I just had my most recent cycle of chemo, in and out in a day and thankful for the chance to stay at home with my boys now. The side effects have been tough this time, to be honest. Even though this is the fifth year of chemo in my lifetime, it never gets easier. The hair loss was really hard, even though I’ve been through it before, my bones and joints are aching and my limbs are swelling to the point where I can’t walk.
Every time I get angry with cancer or start hating on the chemo a lovely villager appears with a bag full of coins! Today I received a box of five cent coins posted to me via the hospital from Anthea and Gary from Geraldton in WA! Then I feel relieved that I have to use a wheelchair, because I certainly can’t carry all these coins!
I won’t pretend that this is a walk in the park – I struggle as much as every cancer patient, but to have the love and support of this wonderful village means more than I can describe.
Benjamin Hewins from London spent two days building a GIANT Advent Calendar with presents behind every door for his wife, Zyleen. There's everything from her favourite chocolates to shoes, a watch, and skincare products! Such a generous gesture. <3 #sun7