30 Mar 2017
How can we better support people with Autism?
Scope encourages people to better understand Autism Spectrum Disorder and ensure people with ASD feel included and treated as equals in society.
29 Mar 2017
Some facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
It's important to understand Autism Spectrum Disorder and ensure people with ASD feel included and treated as equals in society.
28 Mar 2017
Six ideas for a more accessible hospital system
Here are some approaches hospitals and paramedics can undertake to become more accessible for patients who have little or no speech.
21 Mar 2017
How do I talk to a person who uses partner assisted scanning?
This is where a person’s communication partner will read out each message on the communication board in a specific way. Here are some tips.
14 Mar 2017
How do I talk to a person who uses direct access?
his blog takes you through some recommended steps that you can take to interact with a person who can directly access a communication board.
7 Mar 2017
How hospitals and paramedics can improve accessibility
Viv is a writer, a published poet, and an educator. Late one night Viv became extremely sick, to the point where an ambulance needed to be called.
1 Mar 2017
I love my visual calendar!
A visual calendar helps JD to independently plan his week, and act as a visual reminder to jog his memory as to what he plans for each day.
21 Feb 2017
How do I talk to a person who uses eye gaze?
This blog will take you through how people may use their eyes to communicate using a communication board, and how you can help them get their message across.
14 Feb 2017
What happened on the International Day of People with Disability?
International Day of People with Disability is celebrated far and wide across the globe by the many people who support an active and inclusive community.
7 Feb 2017
Communication and children with cerebral palsy podcast
Children with cerebral palsy benefit from Augmentative and Alternative Communication. AAC is used instead of speech or when speech is hard to understand.