Scope Blog

23 Sep 2016

Top 5 tips for hosting a successful silent morning tea

Each year Scope runs a Silent Morning Tea each October to celebrate and raise awareness for International AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication month.

16 Sep 2016

Who is Zane McKenzie?

My name is Zane McKenzie.I am a husband, father, musician and football coach. I have cerebral palsy, which affects my movement, posture and coordination.

9 Sep 2016

What the Communication Access Symbol means to Micheal

Having a communication difficulty often means that people can feel isolated as staff aren’t equipped with the communication tools or knowledge.

2 Sep 2016

Unleashed art to celebrate International Guide Dogs day

Caroline expressed herself through line-drawings and patterns of hearts to show the happiness a person would feel if they had a Guide Dog as a companion.

12 Aug 2016

Voters Voice app for easier elections

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) has an app made with Scope that aims to assist people with communication difficulties or limited literacy to vote.

5 Aug 2016

Linking In and Grooving Out

There’s been a beautiful noise coming out of Barwon with the establishment of a community music group for young people with a disability supported by Scope.

29 Jul 2016

Balloon footy season update

This has been possibly the closest competition we’ve had since starting in 2012 with only three points separating the top two teams.

22 Jul 2016

5 ways to use the Book Creator app

Book Creator is intuitive and easy to use. It allows you to create your own books and add text and photos from your camera roll.