Scope Blog

13 Apr 2022

How to make Easter egg hunts accessible for all

Here are some creative ways to adapt the Easter egg hunt activities so that this exciting event is accessible to every child.

5 Apr 2022

Like riding a bike: CommBank community grant delivers movement and fitness

Brodie celebrated the arrival of a brand-new exercise machine- Motomed. It provides therapeutic help in his movement without over-exertion.

29 Mar 2022

10 autism myths busted, this World Autism Awareness Day

2nd April is World Autism Awareness Day. The more we all understand autism, the better we can help autistic people lead fulfilling lives.

27 Mar 2022

Room for a pet paradise

SIL homes make it possible for housemates to have their own pets if approved by other residents and their SDA provider.

18 Mar 2022

Why inclusion matters this World Down Syndrome Day

There are 15,000 people with Down syndrome living in Australia. It's a day to recognise their achievements and advocate for equal opportunity

11 Mar 2022

Customised Employment: Job development and negotiation

Job Development and Negotiation is about creating employment opportunities that are shaped to meet your needs and those of your new employer.

8 Mar 2022

Breaking the bias on women with disability this International Women’s Day

The theme for International Women's Day is #BreakTheBias which asks us to imagine a gender equal world, one free of bias and stereotypes.

7 Mar 2022

A seat at the table: Tricia Malowney talks women, success and disability

Employment inequality, bodily autonomy, sexual and family violence, and reproductive rights are spotlighted each International Women’s Day.

6 Mar 2022

I am 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.

3 Mar 2022

Under control: Rob’s story

Like many of us, Rob was forced to spend his birthday away from family during Victoria’s gruelling lockdown.