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Scope = Equality for disabled people. We won't stop until we achieve a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness.
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BBC Ouch Aug 14
Matthew was told by his school not to disclose his difficulties when he applied to . So he didn’t. Stigma is one reason experts say 60% of eligible students have never heard of Disabled Students' Allowances which pays for support
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"Cervical screening saves lives and every eligible woman who would like to take part in the screening programme should be able to..." - We completely agree ☝️
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Scope Aug 17
Congratulations to all of the that completed the today! Special thanks to the superheroes 💜
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Scope Aug 17
It’s been a week since the amazing residential! We can’t wait to see these ideas blossom into independent campaigns and make real change ✊
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Scope Aug 17
🌻 We’re really excited to be trialing Sunflower Lanyards for visitors with hidden disabilities! 🌻 We have sunflower lanyards or wristbands available - ask at our tills for more info.
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Scope Aug 17
Would this be useful for you? 💬
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Scope Aug 16
Good luck to everyone taking part in the tomorrow! A big thank you to the representing 💜
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Scope Aug 16
Who's attending this weekend? 🏳️‍🌈♿️
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Scope Aug 16
Replying to @GeomechSteph
Great suggestions, thank you for sharing! If you have a moment, we'd love it if you could share them over on our campaign page, too. ➡️ All the best - Mikaela
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Scope Aug 16
Hey! 👋 Got a second? We'd love you to tell us how to make our social media content better and more accessible to you... If you can, please fill in our survey 📝 ➡️
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Scope Aug 16
Congratulations and best of luck to Hannah who has set up , an accessible escape room raising money for Scope!
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Scope Aug 16
Replying to @riverwillow8
Hi Karen, We responded to your original tweet and can still see both responses in the above thread. We are unable to delete any tweets that aren't our own. Do let us know if you can't see our response. Best, Mikaela
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Scope Aug 16
"It was upsetting to be the only passenger remaining on the platform, with no clear idea when I would be able to leave." writes about a particularly scary experience she encountered on public transport. 🚇
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Scope Aug 15
"Among our new network of mums and dads of disabled children, we’d heard so many negative stories, we didn’t think we stood a chance." Jason writes about his experience of applying for Disability Living Allowance (DLA) on behalf of his youngest son.
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Scope Aug 15
"It’s exactly the service that parents need when they’re going through the diagnosis period and after. I want to support people who are in the same situation that I was in all those years ago." - Kate, Navigate Adviser Find out more about Navigate ➡️
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Scope Aug 15
Hi Jordyn, we don't seem to have received your details just yet - could you DM us with your full name and address please so we can send your copy out to you? Thanks :) - Mikaela
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Scope Aug 15
“...Strangers quickly make wrong assumptions and unfairly judge him and our parenting.” Laura writes about her experiences of being the parent of an autistic child, have you had similar experiences?
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Mark Hodgkinson Aug 14
“There was a lack of communication and I really started to question whether I was safe.” Using public transport is really difficult for disabled people. Sometimes it's impossible. Read Shona’s experiences on the website.
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Scope Aug 9
"On the bus I regularly use, there are about 30 seats and a single space for a wheelchair." - Tell us where improvements need to be made, and help us campaign for better travel. ➡️
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Pablo Aug 2
Today we kick off Pablo's Campaign! 💭 A movement of understanding and acceptance ⭐️ Share your stories and let us come together to welcome and embrace our differences! 🌎
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