What type of nonverbal communication codes are being used to deliver the messages? What effect does each message have on the other people in the image? What nonverbal communication skills and strategies could be used to communicate effectively in this situation? What cultural barriers can be seen in this image? What nonverbal messages are being sent in this image?
[ Use a natural tone of voice and gestures. If you do not understand something, ask for clarity. This is the way everyone else communicates and the same should be given to the person with a sensory loss. ] 3. Explain how own role can impact on the dynamics of two way communication with individuals with sensory loss Be prepared to repeat what you say ?
Each member freely expressed their opinions on the presentation, whether we liked another members’ input or not, respectfully, constructively and without alienating the other members. Suggestions were put forward requesting other’s opinions regarding any changes that were necessary. There were no major problems with communication, my team members have put their opinions forward, and at no time was there any real tension between group members. Although there were some time lags due to personal commitments and illness, everyone participated in the Wiki discussion board. Instead of having a clear “leader” for the group, we all put forward suggestions and worked towards our common goal.
Courtesy and good manners are always expected. Typing in all capitals is interpreted as shouting and is identified as sound representations. Acronyms such LOL for Laughing Out Loud and the use of word compression, clipping, and ellipsis all make for more concise sentences. Phonetic spellings, using symbols and numbers for words, and little punctuation are also common text speak usage. Text speak saves time and shortens text length.
Outcome 2 2.1 Picture boards, brail, sign language, finger writing, hearing aids. 2.2 my own role and practice can impact on an individual who has specific communication needs as if you do not communicate with a person in a way that they understand they may feel left out and alone, hence they may suffer from additional mental health disabilities such as depression. When you do spend time with a service user, and do include them and communicate in a way that they understand then they will feel as if they are valued Features of the environment that may help or hinder communication include: Visual Factors Lighting conditions: light should be on the talker's face Interfering objects: visual noise Distance: no further than 6 feet from the talker Talker's Face: face/mouth should not be covered head movements should be well-lit no eating, chewing, smoking moustaches
Explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs. Depending on the individuals specific communication needs, it is vital to manage the way you communicate, be it through sign language, verbal or by other means, to suit each and every individual. Some individuals rely on lip reading to be able to understand what someone is trying to communicate to them, to that you would face towards them making sure you speak clearly, this way it is easier for this individual to understand you. The same applies with all forms of communicating, if using sign language, make sure all hand motions are visable, if someone is hard of hearing, be sure to speak in a clear tone and at a volume that they will be able to hear. If you try to communicate incorrectly with a person with very specific ways of communicating, then it is possible to cause the individual distress, cause aggressive behaviour due to anxieties, give
It is easy to install and use and the best features is you do not have to type and you do not have the fear of spelling words correctly because it does it for you by simply speaking. The world we live in is full of diversity, made of a many people, with different cultures and languages and Nuance has helped to close the gap on this dilemma. Dragon supports 50 different languages which has won awards for its solutions in language barriers. Dragon can even learn to adapt its format rules by detecting the way you implement corrections, abbreviations, numbers, and more so your work looks the way you want when you use it which has been awarded the best in performance compared to its competitors. (Nuance Communications, Inc., 2012).
So throughout this I think that overall I have made good use of all of the interpersonal and written communications techniques that I have learnt throughout all my units. With this, it allowed me to work well in a group and complete the work in an efficient but quick manner, ultimately giving me enough time to make improvements after it’s been
“How important are the voices of individuals in shaping your understanding of other people & their worlds? “ Voices of individuals are very important in shaping our understanding of other people & their worlds. This can be expressed through the use of dialogue. Dialogue is the exchange of ideas, thoughts & feelings through speech or spoken words creates communication of an interpersonal nature. Voices of individuals may be marginalised or controlling and can be used to help people shape their understandings as well as through the use of language conventions such as pace, tone, rhyme or rhythm.