18 Apr 2019
Making Easter egg hunts accessible for all
Every Easter we look forward to the egg hunt and the fun that comes with it. So let’s make it even more exciting and accessible for all.
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. Despite the challenges, there is siblings often share special connection, which can play a big part in each other’s development.
25 Mar 2019
Supportive relationships might be the most important resource in your parenting toolbox
Parents Vanessa and Dean talk about how building a network of support helped them navigate through their child’s disability.
17 Sep 2018
Disability is not the end of the road – Irene Kwong
Irene was dependent on people assisting her, significantly affecting here job search. Fortunately, her father owned a Chinese restaurant, and for four years she worked in the kitchen. “Packing 200 dozen Dim Sims a night is not easy with one hand!” Irene chuckles. Read Irene Kwong's inspirational story.
16 Jul 2018
Fix Me – Lessons from an Early Childhood Therapists
5 Jul 2018
Understanding childhood development
The first five years is when your child develops the most. This means that your child’s relationships, nutrition, environment and playtime have an important role now and in the future. It is important to understand childhood development.
30 Mar 2017
How can we better support people with Autism?
With around 1 in 100-110 Australians living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the event encourages all people to better understand Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and ensure people with ASD feel included and treated as equals in society.
29 Mar 2017
Some facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
With around 1 in 100-110 Australians living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), it's important understand the condition and ensure people with ASD feel included and treated as equals in society.
22 Nov 2016
5 tips to seeing the person and not the disability
Zane McKenzie from the Scope Education team provides five tips to help you feel more confident in speaking to people with a disability.