Latest News

17 Jul 2020

Nicholas and Emily selected for Easterseals scholarship

The Ability First Australia - Easterseals scholarship gives staff the chance to share best practices and ideas and learn new approaches and perspectives.

8 Jul 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

In these changing times, we are here to support you. With Melbourne going back to Stage 3 restrictions, here’s how we’re responding.

3 Jul 2020

Scope thanks Arthur Rogers for outstanding service to the community

Scope recognises Arthur Rogers for his invaluable contribution to the Victorian community, most recently as Disability Services Commissioner.

1 Jul 2020

Scope’s response to coronavirus hotspot suburbs

With the increase of coronavirus, we’re going to temporarily close centre based services in certain areas - lifestyle options and therapy services.

10 Jun 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

We recently were informed that one of our customers was diagnosed with coronavirus.Scope has been prepared for this and have responded with our plans.

4 Jun 2020

State Trustees Australia Foundation gets behind Scope Balloon Football League

Scopes Balloon Football League, a modified version of AFL for people with disability, is set to expand with a $25,000 Community Inclusion grant.

25 May 2020

Scope Annual Customer Experience (SACX) Study 2020 – Therapy customers

Each year we speak to our therapy customers to find out how we are doing and how we can do better for you and those in your care.

18 Mar 2020

Disability Royal Commission Update: All public events cancelled including upcoming public hearings

Disability Royal Commission cancels all public events including public hearings scheduled for March 2020

17 Mar 2020

Scope’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Scope is closely monitoring and responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert. The safety of our customers and employees our top priority.

16 Mar 2020

Disability Royal Commission postponed community forums in Tasmania

The Disability Royal Commission have postponed their scheduled community forum visits to Tasmaina as a precaution due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.