At Yooralla, we support people with disability to have choice and control over where and how they live. If you, or someone you care for, are looking for a change of accommodation this page provides a list of our current vacancies of our accommodation options across Victoria.
Our accomodation options include a mix of community units, villas, group homes, transitional accommodation and individual accommodation in self-contained flats. Most of our accommodation is located in suburban streets close to public transport, shops and community facilities. Our houses meet accessibility requirements and are fitted with assistive technologies and equipment.
This fully accessible five bedroom brick veneer suits people who enjoy being in the community and the benefits of a relaxing home environment. It is located near several community facilities and Chadstone Shopping Centre that residents often enjoy as a group or individually. The accommodation is suitable for people with physical and or intellectual disability looking to be supported to increase their skill development and independence in activities of daily living.
This large five bedroom brick home supports people with disability to live independently. There is a large open plan living/dining area, generous kitchen and grassed backyard. A pet dog called Lindy is ready to welcome a new member to the household.
This five bedroom brick home, close to Cranbourne Plaza, supports people with disability to live independently. There is a large kitchen and two living rooms. Yooralla provides qualified staff to support residents during the morning, evening and overnight.
This five bedroom brick veneer home is close to Cranbourne Plaza, and supports people with intellectual and physical disability. There is a large backyard which includes a trampoline and basketball ring. Yooralla provides staff to support residents during the morning, evening and overnight.
This five bedroom brick home is located near Highett’s shopping strip and Southland shopping centre and is designed to empower people with disability to live independently and participate in their local community. Yooralla provides staff to support residents during the morning, evening and overnight (sleepover staffing model), with the property owned by Department of Health and Human Services.
This two unit brick veneer home is a unique accommodation model, as it is transitional home for people wanting to develop their living skills, so that they can move into independent living in the community. Situated closed to shops and public transport, the home has large light-filled shared living areas.
This five bedroom brick veneer home is close to Eastland Shopping Centre and the Ringwood Shopping precinct. It offers residents easy access to the community regularly with staff support to ensure residents connect with community events and services that are meaningful to them. The home includes a modern kitchen and living areas filled with natural light and outdoor alfresco area with BBQ and open yard. Read more about this vacancy.
This purpose built accommodation includes three residential houses that provide high-level 24-hour support for people who are chronically dependent on mechanical ventilation. The site is surrounded by gardens and a large BBQ area, providing the perfect setting to accommodate your friends and family. All residents are supported by trained disability support staff and nursing team.
Bathed in natural light, this modern five bedroom brick home is suitable for people with disability with high support needs including those with an acquired brain injury. Each bedroom has its own access to large outdoor area to enjoy a BBQ with friends and family. Located in Melbourne’s north the residence is near public transport and a great local shopping strip.