Early Years

1 May 2020

Developmental delays and when to be concerned

What are developmental delays? No two children are alike, but developmental milestones can be used to help you keep track of your child’s development.

20 Apr 2020

Where do I find information about my child’s condition?

“Your child has autism.” Hearing these words can be a shock, but a diagnosis means that you can begin to arm yourself by finding information.

8 Apr 2020

Easter fun at home

It might seem like there's not much to celebrate this Easter, but it's a great opportunity to get creative and plan some fun at home to lift spirits.

2 Apr 2020

How to use play-based learning to help develop new skills

With the COVID-19 outbreak, your child might be spending a lot of time indoors. Find out how they can develop new skills using play-based learning at home.

3 Feb 2020

How Scope helped crack the code of emotions and friendship

Working out where you fit in new social hierarchies can be hard. Check out how Scope helped Brendan crack the code with a social skill development program.

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.

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.

28 Oct 2019

Inclusive Halloween activities for kids

Whether you’re hosting a Halloween party for your child or celebrating at home, these Halloween activities will ensure that your Halloween is spooktactular!

22 Oct 2019

Is my child shy or is it a sign of autism?

Many parents ponder the question of whether their child is shy or whether their shyness is a sign of autism, as the line between the two can be quite blurry

22 Oct 2019

Autism vs ADHD: explaining the difference between the two

Autism and ADHD can get confused. There’s an overlap between the symptoms of both conditions. Here's explaining some differences between the two.