Scope Blog

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.

30 Jun 2022

Pride Month 2022

June is Pride Month. Scope is proud to celebrate it with all its customers and staff who identify as LGBTIAQ+

23 Jun 2022

Pride Profile: Eric

June is Pride month. Scope is proud to to celebrate it with all its customers and staff who identify as queer.

21 Jun 2022

Pride Profile: Felix

June is Pride month. To celebrate, we are sharing the profiles of the LGBTQIA+ people we support across Scope.

15 Jun 2022

5 tips to help you and your child ace the NDIS plan review

Getting ready for an NDIS plan review can be stressful for parents of children with disability. These 5 tips can help.

7 Jun 2022

Scheduling success: Luke’s roster list wows house teams

Read how Luke created a clever whiteboard scheduling system to manage all tasks smoothly and improve the way the entire household operates.

31 May 2022

5 all-weather accessible activities to do this winter

Australia’s wet winters can be challenging for people with disability. Turn it into a season to enjoy with these accessible activities.

27 May 2022

Harrison finds a new home

Harrison was diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis as a baby. He can't speak but one of the few words he says clearly is 'Mum'.

23 May 2022

The passing of time

When 67-year-old Stonehaven Avenue resident Ian ‘Woody’ Woodcock passed away in September 2021, many felt he had passed before his time.