Virtual Disability Conference 2022: Raising Expectations

Registrations Now Open!

Georgia Burn
Georgia Burn – Speech Pathologist at Scope (Aust) Ltd

Register and support your Scope colleague Georgia Burn, communication access consultant, speech pathologist and PhD student.

Our colleague Georgia will be presenting as part of the afternoon in Stream 3, presenting outcomes of her research in the presentation titled: “Raising expectations for the co-design process: Who are people with communication disability that are to be involved?”

Read her conference abstract here.

About Georgia 

Georgia is a speech pathologist by background and social justice ally to those who experience communication disability. She is a a communication access consultant within Scope (Aust.)’s Communication and Inclusion Resource Centre (CIRC)’s Communication Access Service.

Georgia has extensive knowledge and experience working in partnership with people with lived experience of communication disability to develop communication accessible communities. She is currently completing a PhD which focuses on furthering the research evidence base of communication access – an opportunity made available to her via the Scope (Aust.) and University of Melbourne Partnership.

Be sure to register and come along and support Georgia and all presenters at the premier National Virtual Disability Conference.

See full Conference and Program details here

Register now!
Date & Time: Wednesday the 21st of September 2022, 10:00am – 5:30pm (AEST)

To access for FREE registration:

  • Speak with your manager about attending the Conference
  • Go to the Conference registration page here.
  • Enter your details
  • At the end of the registration process you will be promoted to enter a Discount Code.
  • Select the code relevant to your Scope Group entity
    Scope – SCOPE22
    Home@Scope: H@S22
    DSA: DSA22
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  • You will receive the conference link closer to the date.

Scope is proud to partner with University of Melbourne, National Disability Services and the Australian Federation of Disability Organisations in support of the third National Virtual Disability Conference.