Supporting community and social participation online.

Yooralla provides a model of community-based supports for people with disability, where every individual is encouraged to pursue their goals by accessing skills-based learning, recreation and social activities.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have changed the way in how we can support you over this time, but it hasn’t changed the many opportunities available to you to meet your goals. That’s why we’re excited to bring you a new service offering, Together@Yooralla.

Your online experience

Together@Yooralla is a new online program where you can learn new skills, engage in fun actives and meet new friends online. It has been developed on the success of Yooralla’s Community Hubs where your needs and interests can be catered for in a safe and supported online environment.

Your online support staff

Together@Yooralla programs are run online by our fun, friendly and qualified support staff. They take a person-centered approach, and are committed to providing innovative and stimulating programs and activities designed to enhance your life skills and promote choice, inclusion, independence and wellbeing.

They will run the program activity that you have registered for and support you online to take part and connect with other program participants. They will assist you with your engagement and understanding of the activities to get the best out of the program.

Your online program activities

Together@Yooralla offers a range of activities available each day of the week. Each activity is approximately 1.5 hours in length to make sure you get the most out of it. Please note that the schedule of activities is subject to change.

IMAGE - Together@Yooralla schedule of online events



Download: Together @Yooralla brochure (PDF, 935.6kb) 958kb Together@Yooralla-01052020-1.pdf

More information and registration   

For more information on the program or to register for Together@Yooralla, please contact us below.

Rita Trotta
0476 812 902

Melissa Cofré
0416 035 687

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