Scope Blog

12 Sep 2022

Top 5 tips on making the most of the Melbourne Royal Show

The Melbourne Royal Show has a range of activities for people of all abilities. Here are some top tips on how you can make the most of your day at the show.

7 Sep 2022

R U OK?

People with disability are more likely to experience mental and psychological distress than those without disability. It only takes a simple question to start a conversation - ‘Are you OK?’

2 Sep 2022

10 ways to make your dad feel special this Father’s Day

What better way to celebrate our wonderful dads than with a bit of home-grown creativity? Read on for our top ten ways to spoil your dad this Father’s Day.

24 Aug 2022

Support your child’s speech and communication at home

As the parent of a child with a developmental delay, there are many things you can do at home to support what your child learns at school or with specialist teachers.

18 Aug 2022

Pamela’s day out… of this world!

Imagine a day out which includes surfing, space travel, an undersea adventure and a trip to Antarctica. Scope customer Pamela did all these things on a recent trip to Melbourne’s Docklands.

11 Aug 2022

What makes a good support worker

It’s important that a support worker is someone who is caring and makes you feel empowered and included in the community.

3 Aug 2022

Why does my child have trouble talking and what can I do to help?

People often think they are alone in having a child who can’t talk. But 1.2 million people in Australia have a communication disability.

21 Jul 2022

How to set the right goals for your NDIS plan

Writing down your goals is an important step in helping NDIS understand your future aspirations and building your plan around them.

8 Jul 2022

How to become a communication accessible business

Improve your customer and staff satisfaction by learning how to make your business more communication accessible and inclusive.

5 Jul 2022

How Luke’s mum let go: The not-so-scary transition to Supported Independent Living

Becoming an empty nester is daunting for all parents, but more so for those who care for a child with disabilities. Read Luke & Rosie's story.