The Stroke Foundation partners with like-minded organisations to help achieve its advocacy objectives.
Current alliances include:
Australian Stroke Coalition (ASC) brings together representatives from the stroke field to tackle agreed priorities to improve stroke care, reduce duplication among groups and strengthen the voice for stroke care at a national and state level.
Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (ACDPA) is an alliance of five non-government health organisations who are working together in the primary prevention of chronic disease, with particular emphasis on the shared risk factors of poor nutrition, physical inactivity, overweight and obesity and their social determinants.
National Vascular Disease Prevention Alliance (NVDPA) works collaboratively to reduce vascular disease in Australia. It has produced national clinical guidelines for the prevention of cardiovascular disease in Australia.
The National Aged Care Alliance (NACA) is a representative body of peak national organisations in aged care, including consumer groups, providers, unions and health professionals, working together to determine a more positive future for aged care in Australia.
Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR) is a collaborative national initiative to monitor, promote and improve the quality of acute stroke care.
Victorian Stroke Telemedicine (VST) Project uses telecommunication and information technologies to send real-time data and brain imaging to neurologists in Melbourne who then give advice to their rural colleagues.