In Arabic, Alya means sky, heaven, and loftiness.
In Hebrew, Alya means to ascend, to go up.
In Slavonic, Alya is derived from the word “Scarlet” which means “beautiful”.
It is Alya’s aspiration to help people live a life of “Alya”.
It was refreshing to deal with a professional business like Alya. They took the time to understand my needs and meet my daughter. My daughter hit it off with the Alya team straight away. I really appreciated the extra time and care they put into getting to know her. Alya went through a thorough selection process to find the Support Workers for my daughter. I was very happy with the process they went through and how they kept me informed along the way.
I am truly proud and fortunate to be a Mentor for Alya Care where I am working very closely together with a participant and their family and friends, creating and achieving goals and objectives based on needs and interests, and also really enjoying life together. It has been so rewarding to be a part of already achieving a number of goals and objectives in this first year not only as a Alya Care Mentor but also the first year for Alya Care. They say that if you do what you love, you will never have to work a day in your life – and this is fact for me as a Mentor for Alya Care!
Amelia & Mel
We would like to introduce ourselves; my name is Mel and my daughter’s name is Amelia. Amelia is my spirited 15-year-old who was diagnosed with ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and ASD a few years ago. We had been searching for a service that really aligned with our values, then along came Alya. Having a child with diagnosis such as Amelia’s it was imperative that we found a connection with the right support worker. For me, as a parent I needed to make sure the service listened to our needs and really understood our family culture. After meeting with Peter and Ben I knew we had found our fit.
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is helping our participants live their best life