Media Releases

30 Nov 2017

Lack of community understanding leaves Australians with communication disability frustrated and lonely

Scope conducted a research to start a conversation about one of the most common, yet least understood social challenges

15 Nov 2017

Scope Annual Awards spotlight outstanding achievements

Scope celebrated its Annual Awards, recognising the exceptional personal accomplishments of Scope customers, staff and members of the community.

1 Aug 2017

Scope paves the way for disability inclusion through teaching assistant position with Pakenham Hills Primary School

Kim Berry shows students at Pakenham that disability is no barrier to achieving your dreams through her new position as a teaching assistant at the school.

13 Jul 2017

Scope launches Bannockburn’s first ever disability service

Scope has launched Bannockburn’s first-ever community program for residents living in the Golden Plains Shire.

7 Jun 2017

Scope launches Australian-first physiotherapy service for regional children with complex disability

Six year old Archie Sims used to travel with his mum for almost three hours to get his Hart Walker fitted and adjusted to enable him to run, walk and play.

15 May 2017

Greg Muir wins Supreme Court of Victoria’s Inspire Award

Greg Muir is the winner of the Best Achievements in Arts at the Funds in Court Inspire Awards, an annual award ceremony organised by the Supreme Court.

15 May 2017

Cam and Adam win Inspire Awards for Balloon Football League

1 Apr 2017

Young adults with disability teach the art of music to kindergarteners

The Sugar Bells is made up of young adults living with a range of physical and intellectual disabilities, supported by disability provider Scope.

28 Mar 2017

Vibrant gallery showcase by 50 Melbourne artists with disability

Victorian artists who live with disability will exhibit their artworks to the general public at the annual Kaleidoscope Exhibition.

9 Mar 2017

New program breaks the ice on young people’s attitudes towards disability

Scope has piloted a new program that teaches over 2000 Victorian high school students appropriate ways to communicate with people with a disability.