Scope has helped Annie and her family to identify the support they need now and into the future.

“Knowing we have the support of Scope is fantastic because it means we don’t have to navigate things by ourselves,” 

Annie’s parents contacted Scope after Annie spent the first two years of her life in hospital. As a result of her hospital stay, in Annie developed behaviourial issues, including severe anxiety. In 2014, Annie was also diagnosed with autism .

For the past two years, Scope’s therapists have supported Annie and her family in all aspects of Annie’s life.

The Billman family is grateful to know they have support and guidance from Scope.

Annie is a highly motivated by her senses. says Kerryn. So little things like being introduced to a weighted blanket has made a world of difference. We would never have found out this out by ourselves, but the therapists at Scope make it so much easier – Kerryn Billman, Annie’s mum.