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We are collecting symbols and photographs that are specific to Oxfordshire. These are for example, different towns and places of interest. The idea is for them to be made freely available in our resource bank for people to use.

Do you have any good clear photographs taken with a digital camera that could represent the place where you live?

  • Wantage
  • Abingdon
  • Didcot
  • Banbury
  • Witney
  • Bicester
  • Kidlington
  • Oxford
  • Chipping Norton
  • Thame
  • Oxford

Other places within Oxfordshire, large and small!

  • Pubs
  • Restaurants
  • Shops
  • Parks
  • Day Centres
  • Colleges
  • Swimming pools
  • Sports Centres
  • Other recreational areas

(Please do not send photographs that have close ups of people’s faces in them, for reasons of confidentiality)
If we have lots of pictures of one place, we will pick out the best ones that will become part of the Oxfordshire Total Communication Resource Bank.

I want to share a resource. Please tell me how!

Have you had a eureka moment and thought of an idea that has worked in communicating with someone with a learning disability? Please let us know if we can share your eureka moment with others and adapt the resource for our website. We will take a photo and describe what it is so that others can use the idea in communicating with people they know.

Please contact the Speech and Language Therapy team with your resources and ideas to share by e-mail:
Thom Wilkinson (Total Communication Project Worker)
Or telephone on: 01865 897974

In order for us to comply with copyright regulations please let us know if any material you send us has not been produced by yourself.

Last updated: 14 August, 2017

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