Disability Access and Inclusion

People of all abilities have the right to access services and employment free from unnecessary barriers.

We recognise that people living with disabilities are likely to face barriers in accessing services and employment. Banyule Community Health takes active steps to provide services and workplaces that are inclusive and accessible to people with disabilities. Our approach is informed by the social model of health.

Inclusion in the workplace

We aim for our workforce to reflect the communities we serve and encourage people of all abilities to apply for positions at Banyule Community Health. Our inclusive workplace culture enables staff to bring their whole selves to work, where uniqueness is valued, and people experience a feeling of belonging. We are proud that we were recognised as an Inclusive Employer by the Diversity Council of Australia in 2022: Banyule Community Health Recognised as an Inclusive Employer (2022-23) – Banyule Community Health (bchs.org.au)

Banyule Community Health seeks to support, promote and enable our staff to participate fully in the workplace. We value flexibility and have reasonable adjustments guidelines to ensure everyone has access to the necessary accommodations to thrive in their roles.

Learn more about our workplace culture on the Work for Us page: Work with us – Banyule Community Health (bchs.org.au)

Acknowledgement: Funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care. Visit the Department of Health and Aged Care website (www.health.gov.au) for more information.

Disclaimer: Although funding for these Allied Health services has been provided by the Australian Government, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government.