Together we can make an impact
We are working with relevant affiliated bodies, and key organisations to influence real and lasting change and better policy to support access to quality hearing and balance healthcare for all Australians.
National Alliance of Self Regulating Health Professions
The National Alliance of Self Regulating Health Professions (NASRHP) is a formal independent body providing benchmark standards for regulation and accreditation of practitioners within self-regulating allied health professions. NASRHP is committed to providing assurance to consumers, government and other entities regarding the safety and quality of self-regulating health services, through an evidence-based national framework of regulatory standards.
Allied Health Professions Australia
Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA) is the recognised national voice for allied health professions in Australia, representing and advocating for the role of allied health professionals in our health system. As the peak national organisation for allied health professions, AHPA has an important strategic leadership role and is the body that the Federal Government and other national organisations turn to when they seek a collective view of allied health.
Hearing Health Sector Alliance
The Hearing Health Sector Alliance (HHSA) membership is a group of national representatives of the hearing health sector, including consumer groups, health professionals, industry associations, as well as research organisations. Its aim is to ensure all Australians who are Deaf or hard of hearing can live well in the community and access vital education, services and technology.
HEARing Cooperative Research Centre
The HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) is a collaboration of 21 internationally-recognised organisations. Together, through its research efforts, The HEARing CRC aims to lay the foundation for a new era of hearing healthcare for Australia.
Australian Health Care Reform Alliance
The Australian Health Care Reform Alliance (AHCRA) is a coalition of individuals and organisations working to improve health care in Australia. While some areas of the current health system perform well, overall it does not deliver optimum care in an equitable and efficient way. AHCRA believes that our health system needs fundamental reform in order to meet our future health care needs.
Australian Community Industry Alliance
The Australian Community Industry Alliance (ACIA) is the peak body representing government and non-government attendant care providers, including private, not-for-profit and charitable providers. Nationally, ACIA represents over 100 service provider organisations, who collectively employ more than 90,000 full time equivalent workers.
The Ida Institute is an independent, non-profit organisation working to integrate person-centred care in hearing rehabilitation. Together with hearing care professionals around the world, they develop free tools and resources to strengthen the counselling process.
Deafness Forum Australia
Deafness Forum Australia is the peak national body representing 4 million Australians who are concerned with the quality of their hearing and the effects it has on their lives and the people around them. Its members are individuals with a lived experience, associations of these people, and people and associations which provide services.
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