Children's Services

Providing specialised services for children with disability within their home, community and school, from the day they’re born to their high school graduation.

At Yooralla, we believe that doing things as early as possible is the best way to increase participation and inclusion in everyday activities for children with disability.

We recognise that each child is unique, and that parents and carers are best placed to know what is best for their child. Yooralla is here to support your child’s learning, development, health and care needs, helping you to ensure their wellbeing as they grow up.

Specialised services

Early childhood support

Our team can support your child in their early years, and will help to support your family by providing tailored assistance, resources and information. 

Learn more about early childhood support.

Education support

Our team of qualified therapists provide tailored assistance to your child, including individual therapy, the promotion of social inclusion and support to education staff.  Additional assistance with equipment and transition support between grades and settings, such as from primary to secondary school, can also be provided to your child.

Learn more about education support.

Home & community support

Yooralla believes that every child should live life to the fullest. To help nurture this, we provide strategies and support to enhance your child’s development and independence within the home and the community. Strategies may include individual therapy, assistance with equipment, home modifications assessments and support with funding applications.

Learn more about home & community support.



Download: Children's factsheet (PDF, 697kb) 715kb Childrens-Services-2pp_Web.pdf


Download: Children's factsheet (Word, 379kb) 387kb Childrens-Services_Accessible-word.docx

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To find out more about our Children's Services, please contact us:
Phone: 03 9666 4500
TTY: 03 9916 5899

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