Latest News

7 Nov 2019

Scope appoints new Chair

After 10 years on the Scope Board and 5 years as Chair, Mark Burrowes is handing the reins over to current Deputy Chair David Lloyd Jones.

18 Mar 2019

Scope supports disability Royal Commission

Scope welcomes the establishment of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.

8 Mar 2019

International Women’s Day 2019

Scope is an organisation that’s led by women. Today we encourage you all to join Scope in celebrating women and their achievements.

7 Mar 2019

Creating a more inclusive Moomba

Scope invites festival-goers to the Everybody’s Moomba marquee to help make Moomba more inclusive, an initiative by Future Focus Group and City of Melbourne

13 Feb 2019

Volunteers needed for Telescope inclusive writing group

Scope is running an inclusive writing group, Telescope, with sessions being held at Kathleen Syme Library & Community Centre, Carlton. Volunteers needed.

3 Dec 2018

Yarra Trams signs up to become communication accessible

We’re excited to announce our partnership with Yarra Trams, to make using trams more accessible for passengers with communication difficulties.

22 Nov 2018

Leaders in disability discuss: “Choice and control under the NDIS – are we there yet?”

Scope and the University of Melbourne brought together leading experts on disability to explore: ‘Choice and control under the NDIS: Are we there yet?’.

12 Oct 2018

Q&A: Choice and control under the NDIS – Are we there yet?

Leading experts on disability explore the topic: ‘Choice and control under the NDIS: Are we there yet?’ by the Scope-University of Melbourne Partnership.

13 Sep 2018

Customers talk about their experience at Scope Muscovy Drive

At Scope we work to provide a home that's right for you. Hear from our customers and their families about how Scope supports them to live the life they choose.

28 Aug 2018

Scope selected to deliver accommodation support services by Victorian Government

Scope were selected by the Victorian Government for the delivery of disability support services to 226 houses and twelve respite centres across Victoria.