Some of our Exciting Projects

A collection of projects we've had the privilege of working on.

Use the timeline below to see some of our exciting projects. This is just a selection of the many organisations we've worked with.

Everyday Practice

Everyday Practice is a free national online education and capacity building resource for NDIS Providers and NDIS Participants. It aims to help NDIS Providers and NDIS Participants understand what best practice NDIS service delivery looks like, on an everyday basis.

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The project has been developed under the Support for NDIS Providers Program, which is funded by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. The program aims to support NDIS providers meet their responsibilities to provide safe and quality services to NDIS Participants.

Project Partners:

  • Queenslands with Disability Network (QDN)
  • Funded by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.


Krurungal is an Aboriginal Corporation based in Coolangatta, Queensland, that provides community-based support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples within the greater Gold Coast and Tweed Heads regions. Krurungal’s amazing team provides information, advice and support for community members in need including community pathway connection, emergency relief, schooling support services, cultural awareness training and a range of other services to help kids and families connect with community.

Amergin has worked closely with Krurungal since July 2018, supporting their business and strategic planning, helping to develop new programs, establishing a quality management system, introducing new IT systems and creating their website and promotional resources.

Project Partners:

  • Gold Coast Primary Health Network

Escape from the Desert

Our team was tasked with creating a resource to inform the development of positive mental health pathways for primary school children.

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Escape From the Desert is an evidence-based, concept-tested booklet that provides information to Australian kids in a way that really appeals to them – by making them ‘heroes of their own story’.

Project Partners:

  • Uniting Care Community Minds Alive
  • Richmond Fellowship Queensland
  • Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.