Service users are more likely to confide in carers which they trust and therefore will help to build their working professional relationship. Aiii Identify three ways of finding out the communication and language needs of an individual. For each method, describe how effective it is at establishing the needs of the individual. Asking the individual - this would enable me to identify if the individual is hard of hearing and also if they understand the language in which I am asking. This is probably the best way of establishing their communication needs as I will be able to gain an immediate understanding.
Unit 517.1 Person centred practice is the process by which the approach of care is purposely designed to assist a service user to help plan their life with support. It is a very important process and is used to enable individuals with learning difficulties and disabilities as a way to increase their independence and self-determination. The term 'person-centred care' does exactly what it says - it essentially places the person at the heart of everything that the care worker and the care setting do. The individual's needs and emotions are the focal point, and any difficulties are resolved in the individual’s best interests. It places the person at the centre of all - thinking, discussions, processes and procedures.
Find examples 3 quotations from the text to prove that he does or does not achieve his purpose; one of these quotations should be the examination of a figure of speech (metaphor, simile, etc.) and how that contributes to his purpose. Also consider looking at Douglass’s style and tone, including his objectivity and restraint in describing painful incidents. Respond in a paragraph that: 1. Has a clear topic sentence (2 points) 2.
Proposed 3 questions to ask: “..what the discourse is about, why is it needed, and what it should accomplish.” (106). Asking what the discourse is about (fact & definition) is diving into what the central problem or issue is it can take a broad scope, and lead to the individual issues. Why is the discourse needed? (cause & value) what prompted the discourse in the first place? is now the right time for delivery of the discourse?
The first 3 steps are focus, development and organization. Focus consists of writer’s intent to inform, persuade, describe or argue. This intent is throughout the text. A thesis that provide specific and focused response to the topic and clear preview of all main points in text. Development is the second step and mean development of paragraphs with main idea, focus , analysis and proof to support main idea.
For example in the case of a member whose primary language is not English, it is good practice to make use of plain English, easy to understand. 1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them Help to understand the emotional state, knowing if the information has been understood. Look at the facial expression of the person to whom it is addressed, it helps to understand if our communication has been understood effectively. The facial expression instantly communicates the real state of a positive reception of the message. 2.1 Find out an individual’s communication and language needs, wishes and preferences For example a home language defined by cultural variations, beliefs value, age gender or physical disabilities.
A sense of belonging is achieved when one feels accepted and included. Belonging is according to Maslows hierarchy of needs, an essential human need. The process toward belonging may be difficult, however, with individuals and groups facing significant barriers. These ideas are represented clearly in the texts “ Rainbows End” the 2005 play by Jane Harrison and the short illustrated story “ Neighbors “ by Tim Winton. Each of the texts explore belonging and alienation in terms of culture, place and relationships help develop the audiences understanding of belonging as a complex experience which is formed over time.
* Paragraph One: Topic Sentence- One Main Idea- Image is a way to portray emotions of the characters and their contexts. An example of a key image –discuss this in detail (Quotations). Further Analysis…. . Embed the techniques and link back to the thesis and sum up the first paragraph.
It is also a term from the criticism that accepts Jung’s idea of recurring patterns of situation, character, or symbol existing universally and instinctively in the collective unconscious of man. Archetypes come in three categories: images (symbols), characters, and situations. Feelings are provoked about a certain subject by archetypes.
Outline the scene and why you chose it: The reason why I chose this scene is because it carry’s a powerful tone. The use of tone in this scene is used extremely effectively and creates an emotional image within the audiences mind. The use of movement and levels helps create a visual image of the setting and gives the audience further depth into the scene. 2. Discuss the way they visualize it and what you hope the audience will take from it (i.e empathy for the character, understanding of how it feels to be in that situation).