At Pearson Allied Health Services, we are committed to ensuring that people with disabilities are accessing appropriate services that assist them to best meet their needs and enable them to engage in their local community. To assist us in this process, we have developed a Collaborative Partners Network. This is a network of providers that we have worked closely with and our families have provided positive feedback about their services. Our Collaborative Partners share similar values, ethos’ and principles to our own, and utilise best practice principles in all aspects of their organisation. Principles we look for in our Collaborative Partners is that services and interactions are transparent, the quality of services and staff are high, response times are quick and feedback is acted upon.
When assisting a participant or their family to connect with other services, we ensure that the services we are offering to you are accessible, transparent and appropriate to meet your needs. When choosing one of our Collaborative Partners, we maintain streamlined referral pathways to minimise processing times and allow you to start accessing their services sooner.
As part of your right to Choice and Control, you are free to choose providers who are not our Collaborative Partners and we can still assist in the referral and connection process, just ask our team.
When referring to other providers, or assisting you to connect with their services, there is no financial remuneration, bonus, or “finders’ fee” for referrals made to or by Pearson Allied Health Services staff.
If you have any questions about our Collaborative Partners, or if you would like to become a Collaborative Partner, please feel free to ask our team.