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Diversity and inclusion are one of the true foundations of our service and will continue to be at the heart of what we do.

We create a space in which our participants experience a sense of belonging. Where they feel more connected to the community and are able to be open and honest with themselves.

The Oyster Care Foundation

We focus on finding your pearl at each stage of your personal journey so you can spend more time doing what you love.

The Oyster Care Foundation

We focus on finding your pearl at each stage of your personal journey so you can spend more time doing what you love.

We uphold our principles by operating programs that train the underprivileged and empower them personally by inviting them to Oyster Care, which allows them to express themselves in their new chosen field. Some of these principles are primarily based on the United Nations ’ Sustainable Development of Good Health and Well-Being, Quality Education, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Reduce Inequalities, and Quality Work.

We uphold our principles by operating programs that train the underprivileged and empower them personally by inviting them to Oyster Care, which allows them to express themselves in their new chosen field. Some of these principles are primarily based on the United Nations ’ Sustainable Development of Good Health and Well-Being, Quality Education, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Reduce Inequalities, and Quality Work.

6 Sustainable Goals

Good Health
& Well-Being

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programs

Quality
Education

Aid in the education of children underpriviledged communities throughout regional Australia, Asia and the South Pacific 

Community impact -gender equality

Gender
Equality

Equal Opportunities for everyone regardless or race, religion capture or origin.

Community impact - Decemt work and economic

Decent Work
& Economic Growth

Using community projects to create job opportunities for First Nations people.

Reduced
Inequalities

No one is left behiind

Climate
Action

Care for the environment and eco system

Good Health
& Well-Being

Discussing nature connection, camping, and mental health
programs

Quality
Education

Aid in the education of children underpriviledged communities throughout regional Australia, Asia and the South Pacific 

Community impact -gender equality

Gender
Equality

Equal Opportunities for everyone regardless or race, religion capture or origin.

Community impact - Decemt work and economic

Decent Work
& Economic Growth

Using community projects to create job opportunities for First Nations people.

Reduced
Inequalities

No one is left behiind

Climate
Action

Care for the environment and eco system

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Sustainable Goals

Focusing on improving Your Health and Happiness

Having to do with
Fun and Recreation

Developing Job Skills

Training for Real Life

Improving Your Capacity to Express Yourself

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Oyster Care Foundation is a non-for -profit organization focusing on the main things.
People with disabilities and underprivileged

First Nations Regional Inclusion (Aboriginal)

As a purpose-driven organization, our ambitions extend beyond our workers and we recognize the need to pursue greater inclusivity for the people and communities we serve.

Diversity and Inclusion

Campaigning for social change through media appearances to raise awareness and highlight situations in which people with disabilities are treated unjustly.

Community Impact - Advocay for people

Advocacy for People with Disability

Campaigning for social change through media appearances to raise awareness and highlight situations in which people with disabilities are treated unjustly

Working with Communities

We take steps to have an influence on the communities we serve across our NDIS plans and services. Here are a few examples of how we go about doing that on a daily basis.

Working with Communities

We take steps to have an influence on the communities we serve across our NDIS plans and services. Here are a few examples of how we go about doing that on a daily basis.

First nation inclusion

Our roots are something we are proud of and we celebrate. We actively use local languages to name our services and websites, and we welcome their revival.

culture and diversity

Cultural & Gender Diversity

We all know that culture and language play an important role in shaping a person’s sense of self. We’re prepared to meet the diverse needs of people from various cultural backgrounds, which means you will be treated as an individual with a unique story to tell.

family

Family

We understand how important it is to include your family in your journey. As your providers, we prioritize family above all else.

Advocay

We are constantly looking for new ways to design our programs and services in order to make everyone feel welcome, respected, and safe.

People with disability

Always seeing to improve our cross-cultural communication skills and to create welcoming and safe environments for participants. their families, and their communities to ensure that your experience with our services is positive.

the voice

The Voice

Giving our participants a voice so they can speak up and be themselves. As providers, we create space, and as our communities grow, we make an impact.

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QUICK LINKS

Across Australia, our engagement professionals establish relationships with our participants. We communicate what is changing and keep them updated on what’s going on in the system and, most importantly, we listen. We rely information and have advisory meetings, disability expos, and online awareness, we communicate with people from all across the nation. The feedbacks we receive are relayed back to guide projects aimed at improving our plan and services.

QUICK LINKS

Across Australia, our engagement professionals establish relationships with our participants. We communicate what is changing and keep them updated on what’s going on in the system and, most importantly, we listen. We rely information and have advisory meetings, disability expos, and online awareness, we communicate with people from all across the nation. The feedbacks we receive are relayed back to guide projects aimed at improving our plan and services.

Voice for People with Disability Advocacy

Supporting disabled persons may also entail promoting inclusiveness while collaborating with other regional groups, whether or not disabled people are present. People with disabilities may experience emotions of fatigue or withdraw from community engagement as a result of the weight of education and advocacy. Community-based groups can carry some of that burden if they can identify with and comprehend these emotions. While organizations could offer community members educational materials to learn more about persons with disabilities, it’s crucial that they refrain from taking ownership of or power over the experience of having a disability. They shouldn’t assume to know what is best for the disabled people in their community.

Listening is the first and most important step in amplifying the voices of individuals with disabilities.

First Nations Inclusions

The goal of indigenous inclusion is not to try to indigenize every program or to have the most knowledge or books read. It involves establishing settings that encourage partnerships. It’s about making a place where people may learn, explore, heal, and interact with a community that has long been disregarded by the state and the majority of society. Most importantly, it’s about imparting knowledge to the next generation so they can improve and grow from the mistakes of the past.

First Nations Inclusions

The goal of indigenous inclusion is not to try to indigenize every program or to have the most knowledge or books read. It involves establishing settings that encourage partnerships. It’s about making a place where people may learn, explore, heal, and interact with a community that has long been disregarded by the state and the majority of society. Most importantly, it’s about imparting knowledge to the next generation so they can improve and grow from the mistakes of the past.

Empowering disadvantaged
in south pacific

As the COVID-19 epidemic stresses island nations’ economies, the Pacific Islands could experience a “lost decade,” with the only available solutions being large multi-year recovery plans backed by foreign development aid (ODA). This is especially true now, when wealthier countries continue to give money to “underdeveloped” countries in the name of economic progress, despite colonial and imperial ideology and political bickering still being practiced. Rich countries’ short-sighted policies undermine stability in less stable countries and put pressure on the public to hold them responsible for failing to uphold their moral obligation to support their neighbors in the region.

Pacific Island cultures place a strong emphasis on finding remedies for social suffering and environmental destruction. Action must be taken right away, and it must be radical, with Indigenous voices leading discussion forums for solutions.

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our award-winning
service

Learn more about us and what we offer by downloading this PDF we have humbly created for each and everyone of you. Read and carry them in your pockets as you discover plans that are suitable for your needs. We would be more than pleased to share a little bit of ourselves with you through the books we have written.

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      To help people with disabilities identify their goals and enhance their quality of life, our team is passionately driven. We’re not just here to give you what you need; we also want you to feel like a part of a group of people who genuinely care about you.

      Contact us

      Call 0296468522

      Text 0400 922 999

      www.oystercare.org

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