Scope Blog

28 Dec 2018

BFL founder carves out new place in the game

Find out how brother Andrew and Sam Micheal helped BFL founders Adam Berry with his dream of becoming a BFL umpire, using the Tools2Talk app.

7 Dec 2018

Scope builds partnerships to expand Communication Access nationally

Scope is excited to announce partnerships with fellow disability support providers Northcott, New South Wales, and Two-way Street, South Australia.

29 Oct 2018

Voting is for everyone

Scope’s working with customers and communities to make sure the message of electoral inclusion is heard loud and clear: voting is for everyone!

26 Oct 2018

Opening up a world of opportunity

Meet Patricia Kasongo, a single mother of two children with autism. She's certainly faced many obstacles. Here is her story.

24 Oct 2018

15 Sensory Play Activities for Kids

Parents and teachers are always looking for activities to support their children. Here are some sensory activities to give your child a sensory experience.

8 Oct 2018

What is the Silent Morning Tea?

A silent morning tea sends a loud message to those with communication difficulties that we want to break down barriers and create an inclusive society.

17 Sep 2018

Disability is not the end of the road – Irene Kwong

Irene's father owned a Chinese restaurant, and for four years she worked in the kitchen. Read Irene Kwong's inspirational story.

11 Sep 2018

Scope’s looking to the future with our new Customer Enquiry Service

Scope launches a centralised, customer-focused Customer Enquiry Service (CES). A unique service within the disability sector, we launched CES.

7 Sep 2018

Innovation and technology at the centre of Scope’s past, present and future

Innovation has always been important to Scope. Combining innovation and technology with 70 years of experience, Scope thinks outside the box.

24 Aug 2018

Celebrating Speech Pathology Week: Q&A with Hilary Johnson

At Scope we believe Communication Access is key to making it happen. This Speech Pathology Week talk to Hilary Johnson a renowned researcher in her field.