Allevia is an active member of a number of networks in the community service and disability sectors.

National Disability Service : a financial member since 2010, Allevia's CEO is a member of the NSW NDS State Committee and Chair of the Accommodation Support and Housing Sub-committee.

South West Sydney NFP CEO Round Table sponsored by NDS and bringing CEOs and senior executive staff together to share and discuss all things related to supporting people with a disability and the challenges of maintaining a business in the NDIS world.

Blue Mountains Disability Round Table sponsored by NDS and supported by the Building Local Care Workforce project (DSS), the Round Table brings CEOs and senior executives together in the Blue Mountains and Nepean districts together to share and discuss all things related to supporting people with a disability and the challenges of maintaining a business in the NDIS world.

The CEO Forum: meeting bi-monthly and facilitated by Roger West (Westwood Spice), the forum creates a space for CEOs to engage in discussions about their roles as community sector leaders, access learning and development opportunities and support each other in facing the daily challenges of leadership.

Canterbury-Bankstown Chamber of CommerceThe CBCC connects local businesses and supports business growth in the Canterbury Bankstown region and beyond. Allevia is a Bronze member of the Chamber and benefits from getting our business name out there, networking with local business and potential suppliers, learning about best practice from others, staying up-to-date with market trends,  engaging in business mentorship opportunities, and cementing the collective sense of community.

Bankstown Local Health Council: a part of the South-western Sydney Primary Health Network. The Allevia CEO is a member of the Council who meet 5 times a year. He is a independent community member and assists local health professionals to understand and interact with people with a disability and the NDIS

Consultancy Partners

From time to time, Allevia works with other like minded organisations to provide you with access to expert advice and support.

Our partners, like us, are committed to creating a disability confident Australia, where people with disability are welcomed as community members, customers, employees and stakeholders. They are experts in their specialised fields and can provide advice and services on a range of specialist disability-related issues.

Independent Living Villas works closely with support coordinators, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, healthcare professionals, participants and their families we’re here to help adults with disabilities find comfortable, secure and supported homes, where they can live with freedom and independence. 

Australian Health and Science Institute: in partnership with Allevia who are supporting AHSI with course development and offering student placements with a view to building a workforce fit for the NDIS dominated workplace. At AHSI, their approach to education is driven by a commitment to quality, humanity and sustainability. They live and deliver to these values. In today’s fast changing world, many jobs will not be around in the next decade. AHSI design and offer courses with the future in mind. They specialise in healthcare and community based courses, as they will dominate the global needs of the future. They equip students with the skills required for future job opportunities and believe that the learning outcomes are just as important as the employment outcomes.

Corporate Partnerships

Although many community sector organisations compete with other organisations for access to government and private funds, collaboration between organisations can provide important benefits to organisations and their clients.

Working with others, either though informal networks or formal partnerships, Allevia and its partners can provide:

  • greater efficiency and less duplicated effort. For example, a consortia approach to a competitive funding round can deliver integrated service models, achieve broader geographic coverage or reduced costs
  • access to additional resources or lower costs through sharing resources such as office space, administration or other aspects of an organisation's operation
  • improved service coordination across agencies, with better pathways or referral systems for clients
  • a holistic approach to meeting client needs, with better and more efficient access to the range of services required, improved quality and consistency of service and greater responsiveness to needs
  • organisational knowledge and improved service system capability
  • greater innovation and flexibility to respond to changing, emerging or more complex client needs and changing operations and operational environments
  • access to up-to-date information, new ideas and strategic thinking
  • improved capacity to demonstrate best practice
  • political and lobbying strength
  • increased capacity to successfully submit tenders or expressions of interest and to deliver projects, and
  • additional expertise, support or legal protection for small, new, or struggling organisations.

Over time, Allevia believes that the combined benefits of collaboration create new opportunities for partnering with others to build strong, safe, healthy and vital communities and a sustainable future together.

Allevia values its partnerships and believes that its ability to achieve greater social impact is enhanced through those partnerships.

Contact us to discuss how a partnership with Allevia could provide mutual benefit.