Adventist Residential Care – Yooroonga will work in partnership with the disabled person, their family and carers to ensure that they are able to reside productively in a Christian community supported by a lifestyle suitable to their individual needs.

Every parent hopes and dreams their children will grow up to live an independent meaningful life and learn skills that will help them achieve their goals so they can truly thrive and fulfill their destiny. Yooroonga provides the foundations to make this dream a reality. Yooroonga is an aboriginal word meaning ‘my home’. We want our residents to really feel safe and secure knowing that this is their home for life or for as long as they choose.

Our villas have been built to Specialist Disability Accommodation Design Standards giving potential residents the assurance that they will be able to move with ease with wheelchairs and mobility devices and be physically supported in bathrooms with handrails and seating.

Young people here at Yooroonga have the opportunity to be a part of a small caring community set amongst lush gardens and conveniently located next door to the Adventist Retirement Village and close to Victoria Point Shopping Centre.

Our accommodation is specifically for people aged 18-63 who are registered participants of the NDIS and who currently have allocated 24/7 care. Yooroonga ARC is a not-for-profit organisation run solely by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Jenna Morgan

Jenna Morgan

Manager of Yooroonga Adventist Residential Care

“When I think about the amazing facility that has been established here in the Redlands Community through the generosity of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and many of it’s members who have graciously opened their hearts and given so much, I am reminded of my favourite verse on how God calls us to live our lives.”

He has shown you, O man, what is good;
And what does the Lord require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly with your God?
Micah 6:8 NKJV