Communication Access

12 Oct 2020

How to use NDIS funding for your communication aids

Did you know that there are many ways to get communication aids to support your goals? Here are our NDIS planning tips for assistive technology.

9 Oct 2020

Key Word Sign Awareness Day

Key Word Sign Awareness Day is about a great way to encourage and support language development for people with communication difficulties.

10 Sep 2020

How to host a Silent Morning Tea for Key Word Sign Day

A silent morning tea sends a loud message to those with communication difficulties that we want to break down barriers and create an inclusive society.

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.

14 May 2020

#AskForChange: Cassy challenges businesses to be fully accessible

Meet Cassy, an independent young woman with big plans. She has cerebral palsy, and she's calling for businesses to become communication accessible.

26 Mar 2020

#AskForChange: Jacob’s rallying cry for businesses to be accessible

Meet Jacob, 22-year-old student, mentor, and advocate. Jacob has cerebral palsy, and he's challenging businesses to become communication accessible.

20 Feb 2020

Speech isn’t the only way to have a conversation

Communication access means people with communication difficulties can get their message across. Let's make inclusive communication part of everyday life.

20 Dec 2019

Learn to sign Christmas Carols

This Christmas, learn to sing Christmas Carols using Key Word Sign? Sharing some of your favourite carols in Key Word Sign, and yes, we have Jingle Bells.

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.

4 Apr 2019

Not just parenting – building a family unit

Sibling relationships can be difficult to manage for any family; however there are extra challenges when one of your child has disability.