Scope

4 Feb 2022

Triumphs and turning points: Celebrating Dr Jennifer Fitzgerald’s milestones

After a decade of transformation, growth and exceptional leadership, Dr Jennifer Fitzgerald’s tenure at Scope has come to an end.

1 Feb 2022

International Day of People with Disabilities – Implications of the 1 in 4 Inclusion Poll

Dr Nick was the Research Lead on 1 in 4 Inclusion Poll. He speaks about the importance of making people with disability feel included.

27 Jan 2022

Back to school: How to give your child the best start

If your child has a disability or additional needs, this is how you can help make the first few days of their new school year a lot easier.

17 Jan 2022

Through thick and thin: How two men forged an unlikely friendship

When Tristan and Anthony connected during a stay at a STAA, the two did everything they could to maintain their bond.

17 Jan 2022

How your Support Coordinator helps you get the most from your NDIS plan

Here are some things that you and your carers can keep in mind when working with a Support Coordinator, to make the most of your NDIS plan.

5 Jan 2022

Unstoppable Luke

As a 37 year old who lives with Cerebral Palsy, Luke’s mobility has been impacted since he was a young boy.

4 Jan 2022

Ideas for inclusive summer holidays

Looking for inspiration for fun things to do with your family over the summer holidays? Here are our top picks for a fun-filled summer.

21 Dec 2021

Planning a merry and accessible Christmas

Let’s take a moment to pause and consider ways we can all make the festive season more accessible and inclusive for people with disabilities.

6 Dec 2021

How to manage budgeting and expenses with Supported Independent Living

Finances, need to be considered before a person with disability decides to live independently with Supported Independent Living (SIL).

3 Dec 2021

Finding the missing links – Olivia’s journey to communication and connection

Using communication aids, Olivia has found the missing links in connecting with her family & friends and overcome her disability.