Latest News

29 Nov 2022

Join us at the Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Festival!

Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Festival offers a range of accessible Community Inclusion sporting and creative activities.

25 Nov 2022

Scope wins bid to tackle rising cyber risks

Scope is one of nine recipients of the eSafety Commissioner’s 2022 Online Safety Grants which aims to better equip children and young people with disabilities to protect themselves online.

24 Nov 2022

Inclusive Hockey Exploration Sessions

Scope Australia in partnership with Hockey Victoria are developing an inclusive hockey pilot program suitable for people with multiple and complex disability.

13 Oct 2022

Scope appoints two new Directors

Scope is very pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Richardson and Dr Nadine White to our Board of Directors.

11 Oct 2022

Periscope at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2022

The event aims to empower a diverse group of people with disability to share their perspectives and showcase their works through stories, interviews, dance, song and other mediums.

25 Sep 2022

Join us for the 2022 Kaleidoscope exhibition!

Kaleidoscope is run by Scope involving the creation and exhibition of artwork by people Scope supports and includes art groups and mentorships. 

31 Aug 2022

Raising Expectations

As part of the 2022 Annual VDC, ‘Raising Expectations,’ will explore the ‘soft bigotry of low expectations’ experienced by many people with disability.

26 Aug 2022

Virtual Disability Conference 2022: Raising Expectations

Register and support Scope speech pathologist Georgia Burn who is presenting outcomes of her research at the Virtual Disability Conference 2022.

1 Aug 2022

We have moved!

We are excited to announce that Scope's Head Office has moved to a new location at Hawthorn to better meet our growing organisation’s needs.

28 Jul 2022

Football for All: How the STAF grant helped BFL rise in popularity

In 2020, STAF awarded a Community Inclusion grant of $25,000 to support expansion of Scope’s ‘Football for All’ project in new locations.