We’re here to support

Early years are when your child develops the most. This means that your child’s relationships, nutrition, environment and playtime have an important role now and in the future.

The team at Scope are here to take some of the pressure off you and open the door to possibilities for your child. Our focus is on you and your child and the hopes and dreams you have for their future. We will work with you to turn those hopes and dreams into real possibilities.

Your therapists are friendly, inspiring, knowledgeable and, most importantly, really care. They will work in partnership with you, your family and your wider support network. It’s a relationship based on trust, quality treatment and a shared desire to reach goals.

We to get to know you and your child. We can then work with you to help your child become the happiest, most confident and independent person they can be.

Latest from our blog

18 Apr 2019

Making Easter egg hunts accessible for all

Every Easter we look forward to the egg hunt and the fun that comes with it. So let’s make it even more exciting and accessible for all.

25 Mar 2019

Supportive relationships might be the most important resource in your parenting toolbox

Parents Vanessa and Dean talk about how building a network of support helped them navigate through their child’s disability.

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. A month after her husband passed away from bowel cancer, her son Nathan (then 3) was diagnosed autism.

24 Oct 2018

15 Sensory Play Activities for Kids

Parents and teachers are always looking for activities to support their children to explore and learn– at home and in school. Here are some sensory activities for kids that incorporate colour, smell, sound, and textures to give your child a sensory experience, while improving their motor skills.