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About Us

Our Values


YBDC care about you and reaches out to hear and understand your needs and preferences, likes and dislikes and work together to achieve your goals and aspirations.


YBDC values diversity and by extension workers and clients from diverse languages, religions, ethnicity, cultures, abilities, sexual orientation, personal characteristics, backgrounds and situations.

YBDC respect the social structure of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Responding sensitively to participants’ culture, diversity, values and beliefs are the core value of YBDC.


YBDC ensures everything we do is based upon what is important to you from your own perspective.
We believe in “doing with” rather than “doing for” the individual in order to enhance autonomy and independence.


We Support people to have power and control over their own lives.
Supporting you to make informed choices, exercise control and maximise your independence is the core belief of YBDC.


In the provision of our support and services, Yellow Birch Disability Care is committed to ensuring that you have the right to:

(a) Respect for your human worth and dignity.

(b) Respect for your intimacy and sexual expression.

(c) Freedom of expression, self-determination and decision-making.

(d) Realise your potential for physical, social, emotional and intellectual development.

(e) Full participation in society equal to other people, according to your individual and cultural needs and preferences.

(f) Autonomy including your right to intimacy and sexual expression.

(g) Information and support to understand and exercise your legal and human rights.

(h) Privacy of your personal information and sensitive information.

(i) Raise concerns and be supported to formalise complaints.

Aboriginal Art

Yellow Birch Disability Care Pty Ltd acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledges their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the elders past, present and emerging.