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Scope is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to support people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities achieve their goals in life

There services help more than 6,000 individuals and their families across Victoria.

They provide support when and where it is needed, whether it’s in the home, at school, in the community or at one of their 99 service locations. They are passionate about providing people with high-quality support that is individualized to their needs. At Scope they see the person, not the disability.

Scope’s mission is to enable each person they support to live as an empowered and equal citizen.

Scope inspires and leads change to deliver best practice and better outcomes in the work they do.

At Scope they Support and listen to each person and their family, Provide leadership to influence strategy and policy, deliver person-driven, flexible and responsive services to build a sustainable future and build on their foundation for success through their expertise in service delivery, workforce development, quality improvement and research.

One of the fundamental differences between Scope and other disability service providers is the ‘Scope Approach’.

The Scope Approach is the set of values that guides their organisation. Their employees embrace the Scope Approach and have done so since 2007. These four principles represent their commitment to provide outstanding support services to people with a disability and their families.

They provide vital services to more than 6,000 Victorians
They have a customer satisfaction rating of 86%
They work with more than 1,000 community organisations
They are supported by over 900 volunteers


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