While on the surface this may seem like another blog on freedom of expression and sexuality its aim is to start the conversation on sexuality and disability in hopes to ease some stigma attached to this topic.Continue Reading...
Working With, Not For.
Just as you work hard to deliver the very best care and support to your clients, our Social Impact Consulting team is passionate about providing you with the quality of service that helps your business thrive.
By adopting a business partnership model, we work closely with you to share our knowledge, experience and diverse skillset to get you where you want to go.
Our staff have worked in Social Impact and Community Services, both in government and on the ground.
As a result, we know community services from every side and use that knowledge and expertise to give you the business support consulting and marketing advantage.
“Working with Amergin offers me the opportunity to be part of a team of experienced and likeminded colleagues in a new and different way. Whilst we have different backgrounds and areas of expertise, many of us have direct experience working within the sector supporting clients/participants firsthand.
Amergin encourages us to use that knowledge and experience to collaborate with and educate the businesses we work alongside. No idea is too big or bound by too much red tape. It’s refreshing to all share in the journey together.”
“We foster positive culture, innovative thinking and a commitment to excellence - which means we're always at our best when you need us.”
Tony DempseyGeneral Manager
Anthony GatehouseChief Technical Officer
Belinda LlamasOperations Manager
Aynsley JohnsonAged Care Manager
Sue GatehouseAccounts Manager
Hannah Taylor-WatkinsSenior Consultant
Sarah SwordSenior Consultant
Jeffrey PumfreyLead Developer
Carly SmithContent Creator
We're all on one side of the fence when it comes to Covid-19 and it's very difficult to see what the other side looks like - particularly for providers operating in the community sector.Continue Reading...
The recent news of a South Australian woman with cerebral palsy who died on 06 April 2020, has left many disgusted and sickened by the circumstances of her death.Continue Reading...