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Workout for Awareness

Completing a gruelling 48-hour workout, veteran and first responder Jerry Lienert pushed his limits to raise awareness and funds to support those suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress. read more

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Giving back to his fellow Veterans

Since he was a teenager, Richard Frampton has worked tirelessly to support his fellow Australians and he’s not ready to slow down. “I joined the Royal Australian Navy as a junior recruit in 1968, and for nine years was part of a number of deployments including several to South-East Asia. I thoroughly enjoyed my time and while it set me in good stead for the future it wasn’t until I discharged that my remarkable life began,” Richard said. read more

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Effective Research towards Individualising Trauma Therapy

Professor Reg Nixon is determined to find better health outcomes for our Nation's heroes. The recipient of the 2018 Prabha Seshadri Grant, Prof Nixon from Flinders University’s College of Education, Psychology and Social Work is currently undertaking research to improve the effectiveness of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for Post-Traumatic Stress. read more

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A Wonderful Night Commemorating our Veterans

On Saturday 27 April, The Road Home held their annual ANZAC Commemorative Cocktail Evening at Adelaide Oval. More than 200 guests enjoyed the opportunity to come together and acknowledge the service and sacrifice of our veterans both past and present. read more

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Discovering John’s Purpose

John Duncan has proudly served his country for the last 26 years in the Australian Army. He has dedicated his life for our freedom and has sacrificed his health and well being for our country. Thankfully, after struggling with his wounds of service, John’s found solace and purpose through art. This is his story… read more

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Brave. Inspiring. Incredible

It was Game on Down Under when more than 500 competitors from 18 nations arrived in Sydney for the fourth Invictus Games in October 2018. During eight days of intense competition hearts soared and tears fell as the world learned the true meaning of ‘unconquered’. read more

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The Healing Potential of Art

Congratulations to Rob Douma, winner of the inaugural Napier Waller Art Prize. His work Green on Blue: The Betrayal of Trust took out the award at a ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in September 2018.  read more

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“Our Veterans Deserve the Very Best”

Iris Moore’s appreciation for our servicemen and women began more than 70 years ago when she met her future husband Ian, a WWII army veteran, while she was working for the South Australian Railways. read more