Alliance20 brings together Australia’s largest disability service providers across the country to advocate solutions which strengthen the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and deliver better services and outcomes for participants.
Drawing on our members’ national deep collective experience, Alliance20 is focused on improving the implementation of the NDIS for the benefit of people with disability in Australia and to secure the objectives of the Scheme.
Alliance20’s history, expertise, research and innovation can help to overcome the NDIS’ significant challenges, delivering sufficient scale and diversity to support the growth and reform needed for the NDIS to be a success for people with disability, the community and Australian governments.
We draw on our broad and deep nation-wide disability experience to develop and propose practical solutions based on rigorous best practice, consultation and the input of our clients and families.
Drawing on our long and deep service experience, Alliance20 can provide solutions that are well researched, based on practical experience, acceptable to participants able to be implemented.
With broad representation across the Australian disability sector, we have the strength to implement broad-reaching solutions, mobilise national support for reform, and resource campaigns and research.
Strong Voice for the people we support:
Disability providers need a strong advocate on behalf of participants to improve the implementation of the NDIS policy makers and public sentiment. We support over 75,000 people and Alliance 20 is a clear voice for disability service providers, offering collaboration on solutions and working together to overcome Scheme challenges.
A range of critical issues need to be addressed to ensure the effective delivery of the NDIS. We will continue to advocate solutions to these issues and engage collaboratively to ensure that Australia has a successful Scheme and responsive disability services.
in disability funding
in all states/territories around Australia
are leading disability not-for-profits or mutual organisations providing a range of services
with complex needs
and skills building services provided