Access and Inclusion Services

For over 30 years, Scope has helped businesses, government, and organisations to become more accessible and inclusive for people with communication difficulties. This includes people with disability, those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and older Australians.

Our Access and Inclusion Services not only help you create a culture of equality and inclusion, they are also aligned with Corporate Social Responsibility goals.

Building a more inclusive culture

There are so many benefits in building a more inclusive workplace. You can open doors to new markets, increase staff engagement as well as improving customer satisfaction and retention.

To help you get there, our Access and Inclusion Services are designed to:

Scope’s Access and Inclusion Services get proven results for businesses, employees and customers.

Why Scope?

  • Our products are designed and tested by people with lived experience of disability or communication difficulty, who understand the challenge first-hand.
  • We bring deep sector knowledge and experience, having helped hundreds of organisations become more accessible. See all resources.
  • As one of Australia’s largest disability not-for-profit service providers, we are trusted and respected national advocates for equality and independence for people with disability and communication difficulties. About Scope. 

If you’re starting out on your accessibility and access journey, and not sure where to begin, get in touch! We can tailor solutions for your business or organisation. 

Consultation services

Our highly skilled and approachable team can help you identify and reach your access and inclusion goals, conduct accessibility audits, and offer tailored solutions for your workplace.

Contact us today if you’d like to know more.

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