Inclusion

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.

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.

5 Jan 2020

Finding the right activities for kids with a disability

Kids today are spoilt for choice for extracurricular activities. Looking for activities for kids with disability? Here's a list to get you started.

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.

24 Sep 2019

Hosting a fun party for kids of all abilities

Hosting a inclusive kids’ party where everyone can have fun, including kids with a disability, can seem tricky. Here are some quick tips to get you started.

12 Sep 2019

In the voice of a writer – Telescope

The Melbourne Fringe Festival is no news to Melbournians. This year you get the chance to hear from diverse writers with lived experience of disability.

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.