Join IAHA

IAHA’s purpose is to strive for Indigenous Australians to have access to professionally and culturally responsive allied health services and Indigenous allied health professionals that are recognised and part of a holistic approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and well-being.

By becoming a member of IAHA, you can contribute to helping raise awareness about the contribution and value that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health professionals can make to closing the gap.

Click Here to read more about the many benefits of being a Member
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Click here to access IAHA’s endorsed allied health definitions

IAHA Membership Categories & Eligibility Criteria


IAHA Graduate Full membership

A person is eligible for membership as an Allied Health Graduate Full Member of the Company if they:

a.            are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person; and
b.            have graduated from an Allied Health Course with a recognised qualification; and
c.             are accepted by the Board as having commitment to the Objects of the Company.

IAHA Student Full membership

A person is eligible for membership as an Allied Health Student Full Member of the Company if they:

a.            are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person; and
b.            are currently enrolled in an Allied Health Course; and
c.             are accepted by the Board as having a commitment to the Objects of the Company.

IAHA Associate membership – Individual

An individual is eligible for membership as an Associate Member of the Company if they are accepted by the Board as having a commitment to Objects of the Company.

IAHA Associate membership – Corporate

An organisation is eligible for membership as an Associate Member of the Company if the corporation is accepted by the Board as having a commitment to the Objects of the Company.