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As with any new year, we are off to a racing start at Scope. I hope you were able to spend some precious time with your family and friends during the Christmas and New Year period.

I’d like to say a personal ‘thank you’ to donors for your generosity during our Christmas Appeal at a busy time of year. With the current financial pressures, I want to recognise your act of kindness.

It has been an eventful few months at Scope, with our AGM and the launch of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) held towards the end of 2023. With the RAP, we got to know one of our own long-standing clients and First Nations artist, Greg Muir, who created a special piece of art titled, ‘Into Freedom’. The launch marks a significant step in our commitment to reconciliation, inclusivity, and respect. You can read more about Greg’s story in this newsletter.

We continue to celebrate 75 years of Scope, and in this edition, we are pleased to share more stories of longstanding clients and their journey with us over the years.

I look forward to what 2024 has to offer and once again, thank you for your support. You continue to make a difference in so many people’s lives, giving everyone an opportunity to belong and thrive.

With gratitude,

Kate MacRae
Scope (Aust) Ltd

Inclusion Community

Personalised Support Services

Personalised support in this context refers to a holistic approach that considers not only the specific disabilities of individuals but also their preferences, strengths, and aspirations. By embracing this approach, disability support services aim to empower individuals, foster independence, and promote inclusion within society.

Man in wheelchair with support worker