LISTENING, CONNECTING AND COMMUNICATING MARGARET COOMBS Dealing with the pandemic virus and the ever-changing lockdown measures is challenging to all of us in our differing ways, as we try to listen and find ways of communicating and connecting with our friends, neighbours and others. Many people have been suffering increased anxiety, loneliness, depression or tensions at home. Those living alone in East Oxford, homeless people and others confined by ?shielding? because of underlying health issues, people with learning and other disabilities have doubtless also felt helplessly isolated from the care they have been used to having.

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