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A new system to give seriously injured veterans better lifelong assistance has been announced by Defence Minister Mark Lancaster today.

 

This summer, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) will launch a pilot of the new Integrated High Dependency Care System (IHDCS) - designed to ensure a small group of personnel and veterans who need additional support as a result of severe injuries sustained during operations benefit from enhanced on-going assistance.

 

The IHDCS is a fully joined-up system of care which, for eligible cases, will thoroughly assess the individual for his or her specific care needs and co-ordinate the best delivery of services through the NHS, the MOD, the charitable sector and elsewhere. This improved management of funds, services and equipment aims to greatly improve the individual’s quality of life.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/better-care-package-for-severely-injured-veterans

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