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Welcome to Calgary SCOPE Society

A man and woman smiling for the camera SCOPE has been improving lives for persons with developmental disabilities in Calgary and area for over 30 years!

We have moved!
Our new address is:

219 18 Street SE
Calgary, Alberta
T2E 6J5


Friday, June 7, 2013
"QUALITY OF LIFE" Speak Out Disability Pride Parade 2013

Noon to 1:30pm
Parade Step off at Olympic Plaza - 228 8 Ave SE
Parade ends at Vertigo Theatre- 115 - 9 Avenue S
Enjoy performances by Momo at 2 pm - pay what you can.

SCOPE employs over 250 staff.

SCOPE's Community Support Team supports 50 individuals that have a developmental disability, from 5 hours a week to 24/7.

SCOPE's Gateways is a family support program that sees 50 to 75 families at any time.

SCOPE's Outreach Team (Children and Families & Adults) supports 120 families and individuals at any given time.

SCOPE's Counseling Unit employs three 3/4 time therapists who see clients in individual therapy. On average, each therapist sees 20-25 clients at any given time.

SCOPE's Journeys Services Program supports older adults with developmental disabilities to live quality lives on their own terms through innovative day and residential programs.

SCOPE's Disability Action Hall is a collective of hundreds of people with disabilities and their allies who work to make things better in our society for disabled people.

SCOPE's annual international Picture festival followed by "Picture this...on the road" the exhibition part of the festival, is attended by people each year who are entertained, stimulated, provoked and educated about disability culture. The films entered into the festival are from around the world.