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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
15 Aug 2017
Kids Chat 2 You is on its way to you
After having an amazing time in Bendigo, the Kids Chat service is on its way to Warragul! On the 2nd and 3rd of August, Kids Chat 2 U made its first ever
8 Aug 2017
People we support at Shannon Park pen their first book
Scope customers are proud authors of the book Sarcastic Blue Diarrhoea and took time out of their busy schedules to give CIRCus this exclusive interview.
1 Aug 2017
The NDIS made easy!
Scope’s Accessible Information team worked with the NDIA to translate their fact sheets into Easy English so that everyone can understand the NDIS.
18 Jul 2017
Voters Voice wins
“This project solves an important, practical problem and should have been done years ago!” – Good Design Jury
11 Jul 2017
Plain language or Easy English?
In this blog Scope’s Accessible Information coordinator Caroline Livanos shares her top tips for writing Easy English and Plain language documents.
5 Jul 2017
My experience with an inaccessible system
Brandon Tomlin highlights the need for communication training so organisations can communicate appropriately with people with complex communication needs.