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davidstep Community member Posts: 2 Listener
am very interested to know if there are any plans for scope to start in this part of the uk. we need plenty representation against this tory idea to completely obliterate any disability support in this country.


  • wilko
    wilko Community member Posts: 2,458 Disability Gamechanger
    @davidstep, Hello and welcome, as you hadn't stayed where in the UK you are from I can only guess it's one of the far reaches of the country. With most charities offering help and support Infomation online or by phone like Scope does. To ask or expect a charity to invest in more buildings and staff resources in out of the way places is a non starter when all their resources are freely available on line or phone. David may I sujest you and others let people know that Scope is available on line and by phone to all in your community should they wish to avail themselves of the services.
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