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We support people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities and developmental delays to achieve their goals.

At Scope, it’s all about you and your needs. It’s never a one-size-fits-all solution when you are at Scope.

Scope is a registered NDIS provider. Find the service that best fits your needs.

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Victorian Government Transfer

Scope’s excited to welcome residents, families and staff transferring from the Victorian Government operated specialist disability accommodation and short term accommodation homes.

We’re here to support you

At Scope we see the person, not the disability.

We are passionate about providing high-quality support that is individualised to your needs.

We work in partnership with you, your family and your wider support network. It’s a relationship based on trust, quality treatment and a shared desire to reach goals.

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Scope welcomes the Disability Royal Commission

Scope welcomes the establishment of the Royal Commission because we regard it as another development that helps to advance the rights of people with disability. It is consistent with our own mission to enable each person we support to live as an empowered and equal citizen.

Latest from our blog

4 Dec 2019

Inclusive Christmas Festivities

Want ideas to keep kids busy this holiday? How about some easy craft projects? Here are some tips to help you spread the joy and have an inclusive Christmas

18 Nov 2019

Chickens to the rescue

Craig was always happiest when it came to animals. When his depression and anxiety made it hard to leave his room, his love of animals turned things around.

28 Oct 2019

Inclusive Halloween activities for kids

Whether you’re hosting a Halloween party for your child or celebrating at home, these Halloween activities will ensure that your Halloween is spooktactular!

22 Oct 2019

Is my child shy or is it a sign of autism?

Many parents ponder the question of whether their child is shy or whether their shyness is a sign of autism, as the line between the two can be quite blurry