How can Veterans Affairs Canada improve the way it communicates and shares information with former members of the Canadian Armed Forces and their families?

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Work with Civilian care agencies

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Develop educational programs for civilian practitioners so that they are not only aware of programs and services available to the veteran so they may advocate on their behalf and understand their role in supporting applications.  Having a 1-800 consultant line dedicated to the use by health professionals can help them understand the application process, thus reducing rejected applications that significantly slow the process or virtually move the applicant back to step 1.

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