The Communication and Inclusion Resource Centre (CIRC) is a state-wide service of Scope. We provide information, advice and resources relating to different aspects of disability, including accessibility and inclusion for people with a disability or communication difficulties.

Our main aim is to increase inclusion for people with a disability through building community awareness and activities that increase the involvement of people with complex needs in their local and broader community.

Communication and Inclusion Resource Centre’s services include:

  • Communication services – NECAS (Non-Electronic Communication Aids Service); Key Word Sign Australia; CAN (Communication Access Network); Communication Access Symbol Accreditation; Accessible Information – including Easy English and Plain Language translations and training.
  • Disability awareness training and education programs for corporate, community and school organisations.
  • Community Inclusion – provision of advice and consultancy on community-based recreation and leisure opportunities including the Balloon Football League; Kaleidoscope – an inclusive arts project; and Telescope – a writing program.
  • GoKids – a specialised mobility service offering expert advice, support and equipment for children with a range of mobility needs

We have so much news to share with you – from the latest projects, personal stories and useful resources – you’ll find it all here on our CIRCus blog! So don’t forget to add us to your news feed, or RSS feed, so you can be the first to hear when new content is posted.