A big thank you!

If you are taking the time to reflect on what you did in 2017, please don’t forget about the amazing impact your support of Scope has had on disabled people and their families.

The warm wishes below are from just some of the people whose lives you have changed. Thank you so much for your committed support!

“Thank you for helping Evie (and our family) sleep.” Sarah, whose daughter, Evie, experienced severe sleep problems until the family found Scope’s Sleep Solutions service.

“You’re helping me change attitudes towards disability in schools – thank you!” Mary, a Scope Role Model who visits secondary schools across the country to challenge negative attitudes towards disability.

“Thank you for giving me the self-belief to find a job.” Toyin who used Scope’s employment service for support when applying for a job.

“Thank you for opening up a whole network of support for me.” Catherine, who has become a community champion on Scope’s Online Community after the support she received from her peers.

“It was a shock to find out I had cerebral palsy at 60. Thank you for being there for me.” Paula, who called Scope’s helpline for support during a difficult and confusing time.

“I feel like I can talk about my autism with people now. Thank you so much!” Joe, a disabled student whose school was visited by Scope’s Role Models.

“Thank you for putting a smile on my son Dexter’s face.” Carole, mum of Dexter.

“Everyone should have the chance to fulfil their dreams. Thank you for helping me fulfil mine!” Chris who received support from Scope’s employment services when looking for work.

“I’m now looking forward to my daughter Elise’s future. That’s thanks to you.” Christie, mum of Elise.

“It’s thanks to you that I have been able to campaign for something I believe in.” Layla, who is now campaigning for disabled access at her local train station after joining Scope for Change.

Thank you for supporting disabled people and their families in 2017. 

Happy New Year!

Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we'll be here.

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