14 Nov 2017
Using Picture Story Books with Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Core vocabulary is a small amount of simple words that are used very frequently in our everyday language. Includes words such as: want, that, mine, you etc.
7 Nov 2017
How to Make a Non-electronic Communication Aid for your child
Communicating is more than simply talking. Here we look into non-electronic, paper-based communication aids, what to use them for and what to put on them.
31 Oct 2017
5 Ways with Visual Supports
People with communication difficulties benefit from visual supports. It supports their understanding of expected behaviour or as reminder to complete tasks.
24 Oct 2017
Monash libraries set to break down barriers for people with disability
5 of City of Monash’s libraries are set to break down the barriers and create brand new opportunities for Monash citizens with complex communication needs.
17 Oct 2017
Celebrating AAC Awareness month with Silent Morning Tea
It’s International AAC Awareness Month! Every year we mark the occasion by encouraging people to get together to share a Silent Morning Tea.
15 Sep 2017
Barwon Blades of Glory!
Megan and Tristan from Shannon Park Lifestyles Options enjoyed a day of skating on the ice at the O’Brien Group Arena at Docklands.
12 Sep 2017
Get ready for the Silent Morning Tea!
It's International Augmentative and Alternative Communication Awareness month and Scope is inviting you to celebrate in our annual Silent Morning Tea.
5 Sep 2017
Top 5 tips for writing a Social Story™
Social Stories™ (Gray, 1990) are a great strategy for teaching an individual about a new skill or an experience that can be used to support individuals.
29 Aug 2017
Diving in with Easy English
If you want to % know more about making your information accessible, contact Scope’s Communication and Inclusion Resource Centre at email@example.com.
22 Aug 2017
Tips for Talking Mats
Talking Mats is a visual tool which is designed to support people with communication and cognitive difficulties to consider issues and express their views.