We're Scope, the disability equality charity in England and Wales. We provide practical information and emotional support when it's most needed, and campaign relentlessly to create a fairer society.
Join our campaign to make public transport more accessible for disabled people.
A way of viewing the world, developed by disabled people.
There are 13.9 million disabled people in the UK.
Life costs an extra £583 a month on average if you're disabled.
8% of children in the UK are disabled.
Disabled people are over twice as likely to be unemployed.
Our lives, our journey: A research study looking at disabled people's experiences in the UK over 5 years.
From higher bills to expensive equipment, life costs more if you're disabled.
Our online forum is a vibrant and supportive space to get advice and information, and talk to people with similar experiences.
Pick up a bargain or give us the stuff you don't want, and help disabled children get the best start in life.
Challenge yourself and raise money for Scope, or come along to one of our special events.
Staff didn't know how to help me and I was nearly abandoned
Real life stories
From people refusing to move to assistance not turning up, Ami says public transport can be stressful
Actor Jack Carroll discusses how disabled actors are portrayed on film
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Find out what getting the best start in life means to disabled children and their families in our Now is the time campaign video on YouTube.