Scope Blog

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.

27 Jun 2017

Scope grommets stoked at epic Rip Curl Pro

A group of grommets supported by Scope in Barwon made their annual trek to the iconic Bells Beach to watch the opening of one of the Rip Curl Pro.

20 Jun 2017

Junior BFL is here

Children who attend certain specialist schools across Victoria can now participate in a modified version of the Balloon Football League (BFL).

13 Jun 2017

Inclusion on ice

Scope’s Community Inclusion team recently ran a ‘Come and Try’ session where anyone who attended could give ice skating, curling and sled hockey a go. 

6 Jun 2017

A parent’s perspective on Tools2Talk+

Laura shares her experiences using Tools2Talk+ to create customised communication supports for her kids like visual schedules, timetables and social stories

30 May 2017

Highlights from AGOSCI National conference 2017

Highlights from the AGOSCI National conference 2017 from Scope’s Communication and Inclusion resource centre's team.  

23 May 2017

Taking AACtion on health literacy

Scope’s takes us through the positive steps you can take as a health provider and a consumer. There are many steps to take as a health provider and consumer

17 May 2017

What do children really think about their communication aids?

Scope Speech Pathologist, Georgia Burn shares her experiences of talking to children about their non-electronic communication aids to find out if the aids.