Scope Blog

10 Sep 2020

5 tips for seeing the person and not the disability

Are you feeling unsure about the best way to interact with people who have a disability? Here's 5 tips to help you feel more confident.

30 Jul 2020

15 sensory play activities for kids

Parents and teachers are always looking for activities to support their children. Here are some sensory play activities you can do with your child.

24 Jul 2020

You’ve got a friend in me

We all need companionship, and people with autism are no different. Whether it’s our friends, family, or relationships, it’s healthy to build connections.

9 Jul 2020

How to choose daily living aids

Deciding which daily living aids are best for your child can be tough when there’s so much out there. Here are a few tips to help guide your decisions.

3 Jul 2020

Coping with feelings of loss

Changes in our lives can create feelings of grief and loss. Find out some healthy ways we can respond to these emotions in ourselves and others.

25 Jun 2020

Speech pathologist Georgia Burn awarded PhD scholarship

People with communication disability are central to Georgia's work, and with this PhD scholarship she's set to contribute to a more inclusive community.

17 Jun 2020

Backyard café brightens everyone’s day

What do you do when you can’t visit your favourite café? Customers and staff at this supported independent living home created a backyard café experience!

12 Jun 2020

That’s entertainment!

We’ve been exploring creative ways to have fun at home. Here's some great ideas from customers and staff on how to keep busy and enjoy this time.

9 Jun 2020

Coming together while staying at home

Scope’s supported independent living homes are staying connected and making sure physical distancing doesn’t mean social distancing!

2 Jun 2020

Bringing favourite activities home

Customers, families, and staff have put their heads together to make sure the good things in life don’t stop by recreating favourite activities at home.