We work with you to create a program based on how you want to spend each day
Tell us what you want to do and we’ll support you to make it happen.
After discussing the types of activities you want to do each day, we work with you to design a lifestyle program that suits you.
Our Lifestyle Options services can support you to:
Be part of your community
Want to get out there and explore something new? We offer a range of sports, art and social activities throughout the year. Come and join in, make new friends and have fun.
What is the next step in your education? We can help you transition from secondary school life in to a training or tertiary course that works for you. Explore your education options and begin planning your future.
Gain work experience
We can help you find a work experience or volunteering opportunity that matches your skills and interests.
How does the service work?
We work with you to create a program based on how you want to spend each day. It’s all about you. You tell us what you want to do and we support you to make it happen.
Scope Lifestyle Options offers group-based activities, as well as individual programs. You can stay at a Scope Lifestyle Options site for activities, or travel to community venues.
We can also support you to access additional Scope services.
You may also be interested in learning about our sports, arts, and social services.
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