We’re looking for volunteers to take part in a series of photo shoots to help showcase our services and how we work with people with disability.
In May, our Brand Engagement Team will be arranging for professional photographs to be taken of children and adults accessing Therapy Focus services. Therapists and support staff will also take part in photo shoots.
Expressions of interest are being sought from Therapy Focus clients and their parents/carers to take part in these photos shoots.
Where will the photos be used?
The photos will be featured on the Therapy Focus website, social media profiles (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn), banner signage and in promotional publications such as service brochures, event flyers and info sheets.
How long will the photos be used for?
Generally, we keep and use promotional photographs for three years. After this time we archive the images and arrange for new photographs to be taken.
Before you take part in a promotional photo shoot we will ask you to complete an Image Consent Form. This provides formal permission for Therapy Focus to use images and recordings of you. You can withdraw your consent or change the conditions/limitations at any time, but please note that we cannot remove photographs that have been published – like in a printed newsletter for example. By signing an Image Consent Form you are agreeing to this. We will always do our best to remove any photographs that you do not want used however.
What’s in it for me?
The individuals and families who take part in photo shoots will be given access to digital copies of the professional photographs to use as they wish. Our photographer captures visually stunning images, which previous subjects have printed and framed.
Images are powerful. We believe that you will also be help educate people about disability and celebrate diversity in our society.
Where do I sign up?
If you are interested in taking part in a photo shoot, please register your interest by completing the form below.
Please note: We are seeking expressions of interest from Therapy Focus clients, their parents and carers.