We support people with disability of all ages and needs in their homes and the community with quality services. Established in 1918, we are one of Victoria's largest and oldest not-for-profit disability service providers.
Employing individuals dedicated to working towards a world where people with disability are equal citizens.
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Read the latest news, blogs and statistics from Yooralla. Learn about disability from the personal experiences of people with disability, carers and the wider community.
19 November 2020
Yooralla CEO update
Jennifer Williams, AM, Chair of Yooralla’s Board, said that Dr Devanesen is a seasoned CEO, who has led Yooralla with distinction.
17 November 2020
Yooralla’s 2019/20 Annual Report is now available
The report, which is also available in an accessible format, provides detailed information about Yooralla’s activities and financial performance over the past financial year.
13 November 2020
World Diabetes Day
To better support our community, Yooralla has developed and introduced an Enhanced Healthy Eating program to all residential customers, families and employees.
10 November 2020
2020 NAIDOC Week
At Yooralla, we believe that it is important to understand the diversity and richness of Aboriginal culture in order to provide culturally safe and respectful supports and services.
08 November 2020
Psychology Week 2020
As part of Psychology Week (8-14 Nov), we are profiling Yooralla Psychologist, Eve Ashwood, Eve specialises in supporting customers with high and complex needs.
27 October 2020
World Occupational Therapy Day
Occupational Therapists (OTs) can support people at all stages of life to reach their potential.
05 October 2020
Why use a registered service provider?
When choosing who will deliver your funded supports, you have the option of choosing between service providers - some who have been registered by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and some who have not.
30 September 2020
TAFE Gippsland coming Together@Yooralla for online program
TAFE Gippsland will be delivering some of their regular sessions such as hospitality, using the Together@Yooralla program.
17 September 2020
Footscray Business Enterprise transformed into PPE distribution centre
A small, but incredibly efficient team was created to support the ordering and distribution of PPE to all Yooralla sites.
10 September 2020
Asking the simple question of "R U OK?" can open the doors to a conversation, which can have the power to make a huge difference to anyone who might be experiencing mental illness.