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12 Jan 2020

The next generation learns why communication is for everyone

Communication aids can help your child get their message across. Scope’s Communication Aid Service produces communication aids specific to individual needs.

6 Dec 2019

Tips for travelling with a disability

If you or your travelling companion have a disability then a little extra pre-planning goes a long way towards having a fun trip.

20 Sep 2019

Top 5 tips on making the most of the Royal Melbourne Show

The Royal Melbourne Show has a range of activities for people of all abilities. Here are some top tips on how you can make the most of your day at the show.

6 Sep 2019

Scope awards Communication Access Symbol to Box Hill Police Station

In a world first, police officers from Box Hill Station have been trained by Scope to communicate effectively with people with communication difficulties.

26 Jun 2019

Students with autism experiment with ice sports

Late last year, students from Eastern Ranges School (a P-12 school for students with autism) had a go at ice skating at the O’Brien Group Arena.

20 Jun 2019

Sports mad Rosanna is up for anything

Rosanna has a passion for sport and is always keen to try something new. “I love all sports and I will always have a go."

11 Jun 2019

Experiencing Balloon Netball

Imagine netball, but with balloons and wheelchairs. After the hugely successful Balloon Football League, Scope wanted to expand this further.

30 Apr 2019

Get active

Whether you’re fiercely competitive or want to make some new friends, there are so many reasons to get active. Check out our range of sports programs.

12 Mar 2019

Policeman’s compassion improves safety for Big Issue seller

To improve John’s safety and security, Senior Constable Anthony Downing built a concealed box for John to store his wallet discreetly on his wheelchair.

4 Mar 2019

Inspired by mum to make a difference

Meet Jayne Boxall, an outstanding role model and the recipient of Scope's highest honour - the Debbie Otto Award.