1.2- Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of working in an adult social care setting: Effective communication can affect many aspects of work,effectively communicating can help build levels of trust,help recording and reporting incidents, aid participation and help with service provisions. 1.3-Explain why it is important to observe individuals reactions while communicating with them: When communicating with an individual it is key to pay attention to reactions that the person gives off. This is because it allows one to understand what that the individual is expressing and to help meet the individuals needs.It helps to also notice any changes in an individuals needs and to enable effective communication. Outcome 2- Understand how to meet the communication and language needs,wishes and preferences of an individual. 2.1- Explain why it is important to find out an individual's communication, language needs ,wishes and preferences: It is important to find out an individual’s needs,wishes,and preferences because it allows the person to enable effective communication while trying to understand what an individual is trying to express.
Explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs. As a carer it is your role and responsibility to support individuals to express themselves. The way in which you can do this is by assessing their needs, access information regarding their communication needs, providing the appropriate support, aids or equipment, encouraging and motivating communication, working with others and by monitoring the effectiveness of that support. Without the appropriate support the individual would be unable to express their needs or how they are feeling which can lead to both emotional and physical difficulties. By fully supporting individuals with specific communication needs you are able to support their rights.
Establishing and Maintaining good quality care relationships can be both rewarding and challenging for all involved. What are some of the difficulties that may face those providing and receiving care and how might these be overcome? In this assignment the key points that will be discussed are the difficulties that carers may tackle when providing care and the manner in which they may overcome them. The assignment will also examine the difficulties that the service user (person receiving care) may experience and how these may be overcome. Good quality care relationships are dependent on a number of factors that are changeable.
It is important to know the difference between the sequence and the rate of development to recognise and highlight each child's needs in all stages of development. Some children and young people may need extra support in developing. These patterns will help to plan effectively and ensures the child gains the correct aid they need to progress in areas they may find challenging. 2:1 Children and young peoples development can be influenced by a range of personal factors. These factors can be a range of different things, from health status, disabilities, sensory impairment, generic inheritance and learning difficulties.
This is also an additional impact on well being that patients have to live with. Outcome 2 Know the support available for individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities 2.1 Professionals who provide support : pediatrist, dietitian, doctor, nurse, physiotherapist etc. 2.2 Equipment may be required to support the additional needs of individuals with multiple conditions: hoist, wheelchairs, zimmer frames, turntables, reading glasses, hearing aids, etc. 2.3 All professionals and equipment listed in 2.1 and 2.2 required to support them. 2.4 Informal networks such as family, friends, neighbours can play a very important role giving emotional and physical support to the individuals.
Outcome 1. 1. Interaction: The application of social skills and the awareness of the needs of others . An individual is someone requiring care or support . Influences such as: • memory loss • losing recall • inability to speak • disorientation • misinterpretation of information • variations in lucidity 2.
Outcome 1 1.1 There are many ways a range of factors can have a negative impact on an individual with sensory loss such as an individual can miss out on important day to day information that many take for granted. Individuals with sensory loss can also find it difficult with tasks such as feeding or dressing themselves, independent mobility and participating in hobbies. Though there can be some positive impacts such as an individual can receive increased help or care and a range of aids available to support them. 1.2 Steps can be taken to overcome factors that have a negative impact on individuals with sensory loss. Some steps that should be taken are making sure areas are clear of any obstacles that could be tripped over or bumped into, making sure the surrounding area is quite and well lit and when speaking to and individual with hearing loss always face them and speak
2 - There are factors to consider when promoting effective communication such as disabilities such as hearing loss, impaired vision, mobility problems or speech impairment. the correct communication method should be known and pre-aware of before communicating the people with disability or different
They may need more or less support in their independance. Their maybe changes in family relationships, preferences in their activities and social needs, accomodation may need to be changed or aids and adaptations made to their environment. It is very important to update a clients careplans with any changes so that all concerned can have all the current information from the client. There are some factors that can influence the capacity of an individual to express consent, these can be mental conditions, (mental capacity), Physical conditions (communication abilities), availability or lack of options. Knowledge of choices, age, participation and engagement.
effective communication skills level 3 health and social care When working in a residential and nursing home communication skills are very important this is because there are several service users using this service and the care that is provided needs to meet each individual service users need. When people are interacting verbally and none verbally there is an automatic understanding from the person that they are communicating with this is because people understand and communicate in many different ways especially in a residential and nursing home because there are several people that have different disabilities and may not understand a certain way of communicating. In a residential and nursing home it is important that the service user