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Empowering Lives: Tibii’s Human Rights Principles in Practice Across All Services


At Tibii, we believe that everyone deserves the right to live independently, with dignity and respect. Our commitment to this belief is embodied in our adherence to the seven Human Rights Principles, which guide all our services, including Supported Independent Living (SIL), Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA/Respite), In-Home Support, Community Support, and Support Coordination.


We are proud to be accredited by B-HART, demonstrating our dedication to integrating these principles into our daily practices, setting a new standard for disability support in Australia.


What do the Human Rights Principles entail?



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PRINCIPLE 1: LINK AND EMBED HUMAN RIGHTS PRINCIPLES


At Tibii, we consciously and intentionally identify and protect the human rights of our participants. Our policies and procedures are designed to uphold the dignity and autonomy of every individual across all our services. We ensure that our staff is trained to recognise and address the unique needs and rights of each participant, embedding these principles into every aspect of our service delivery.


PRINCIPLE 2: EMPOWERMENT


Empowerment is at the core of our approach. We build the capacity of our participants to understand their human rights and empower them to advocate for themselves. Through tailored educational programs and support services, we help individuals develop the competencies they need to effectively practice and uphold their rights, fostering a sense of independence and self-confidence.


PRINCIPLE 3: ACCOUNTABILITY


Accountability is a mutual commitment at Tibii. We foster an environment where all stakeholders, including staff, participants, and their families, are accountable to one another. We promote attitudes and behaviors that respect and respond to each other’s human rights, ensuring transparency and trust in all our interactions.


PRINCIPLE 4: PARTICIPATION


We believe in active, free, and meaningful participation of all stakeholders in the decision-making process. Our participants are encouraged to voice their opinions and play an active role in shaping the services they receive. By embedding participatory practices, we ensure that the services we provide are truly reflective of the needs and desires of those we support.


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PRINCIPLE 5: ATTENTION TO VULNERABLE GROUPS


Creating a psychologically safe environment is crucial for the well-being of our participants. We place people's rights at the heart of all our decisions and practices. Our services are designed to cater specifically to vulnerable groups, ensuring that their rights are protected and their voices are heard.





PRINCIPLE 6: NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUALITY


At Tibii, we are committed to providing equitable services that respect the diversity of our participants. We actively work to eliminate any form of discrimination, ensuring that all individuals, regardless of their background or circumstances, have equal access to our support and services.


PRINCIPLE 7: TRANSPARENCY


Transparency is key to building trust with our participants and their families. We maintain open lines of communication and provide clear, accessible information about our services, policies, and procedures. Our commitment to transparency ensures that all stakeholders are fully informed and involved in the care process.


Our Commitment to Excellence



Tibii’s accreditation by B-HART underscores our commitment to integrating human rights principles into our practice. By setting a new benchmark for disability support in Australia, we aim to create a model of care that prioritises the rights, dignity, and independence of our participants. Our approach is not just about providing services; it's about empowering lives and fostering a community where everyone can thrive.



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In conclusion, Tibii’s dedication to the seven Human Rights Principles ensures that we provide the highest standard of care across all our services, including SIL, SDA (Respite), In-Home Support, Community Support, and Support Coordination.


By putting these principles into practice, we create an environment that respects and uplifts the human rights of all our participants, paving the way for a more inclusive and supportive society.




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