Allied Health Assistant
Network of Australia

​​Established in September 2020, the Allied Health Assistant Network of Australia (A.H.A.N.A) developed a national network for Allied Health Assistants. A national peak body for Allied Health Assistants would enable to:

  • Establishment of yearly national AHA Professional development forums and/or events

  • Establishment of focus and research groups

  • Establishment of online forum chat room

AHANA supports, promotes, informs and advocates for Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) in:

  • Peer support

  • Professional development

  • Research

  • Consultation and benchmarking.


AHANA aims to raise the awareness of how AHAs can provide valuable support, resources to AHPs.

We support Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) to improve the output, efficiency of AH businesses, professionals (AHPs), we support, inform AHAs of education courses/information, research articles to enhance patient/client outcomes and we promote, advocate for AHAs with any work related issues, enquiries.


AHANA continues to seek representatives and members from various states/territories to assist in its development of and to continue to reflect our national collegial collaboration.

Online Workshop

Professional Development courses

professional developmnet training sessio

Allied Health Assistant courses

AHA Journals and Research Articles

open books
A Young Man Writing


State Specific Information

Business Meeting

Peer Support/Mentoring

Industrial Relations

Physical Therapist

AHA Discipline Specific Resources

Positions Vacant

Support Group Meeting

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