August 17, 2021
Today we release our National Assistance Card Overview Video.
Created by the talented Dominic Anastasio at Domin8 Designs, the video illustrates the features and benefits of the National Assistance Card.
The aim of the National Assistance Card Service is to:
Every National Assistance Card is personalised. It includes a person’s:
It also includes:
Assistance Card holders can use their Card in any situation where they may need assistance or support.
Some examples of where the National Assistance Card can be used include:
Some examples of where the Card may be useful include letting people know you:
For more information visit the National Assistance Card website.
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