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  1. TAC compensation after a transport accident

    04 Jul 2017

    Financial compensation after a transport accident is available from the TAC for qualifying Victorians...

  2. Talking about dying

    22 Feb 2017

    It is important that you make as much quality time as possible to spend with those you love and that you talk to them about dying...

  3. Talking to health professionals about drugs, alcohol or addiction

    30 Oct 2018

    Talking with your doctor or healthcare professional is an important step in getting care for issues of drug or alcohol addiction or dependence...

  4. Talking to health professionals about mental health issues

    20 Sep 2017 Talking to health professionals about mental health issues

    Talking with a doctor or healthcare professional about your mental health issues will help you to feel comfortable and get the most appropriate treatment for your needs...

  5. Talking with your doctor about sensitive issues

    24 Sep 2018 Talking with your doctor about sensitive issues

    Building a strong, trusting relationship with your doctor can make it easier to talk with them about sensitive issues...

  6. Temporary and permanent care for children

    11 Apr 2016

    The options for children needing care away from their families include foster care, kinship care, residential care, voluntary care and permanent care...

  7. Tests, scans and checks - pregnancy and labour

    19 Sep 2019

    Tests can confirm your pregnancy and also monitor your baby's development in the womb...

  8. The 'new norm' - Sharon and Phillip's story

    28 Sep 2017

    Sharon talks about caring for Phillip from accident to recovering at home...

  9. Transition care after hospital

    19 Nov 2018

    The Transition Care Program provides care through tailored support packages, while the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program provides a range of basic maintenance and support services...

  10. Transport to, from and between hospitals

    14 Mar 2017

    Before you go into hospital, plan your journey to make sure you get there on time. You might use non-emergency patient transport if it is clinically necessary...