Unit 317 Provide support for individuals within a shared lives arrangement Outcome 1 Understand how to establish the needs, background, experiences, wishes, preferences and choices of an individual 1. The importance of getting to know a person is vital. Without learning about an individual you can not put in place any form of care or support plan and without these you can not provide care efficiently or effectively. The more you get to know a person the more you can do for them and give confidence that they're respected as an individual and their needs will be met. 2.
A submissive person usually fears upsetting others because they do not wish to hurt their feelings or fear them. Submissive people also usually assume that they are to blame for things, even if they are not. They also accept culpability when singled out by others. Avoidance Behaviour Avoidance behaviour is when a person distracts themselves from an activity or task to which an unpleasant emotion is attached to. Usually this emotion is fear.
Without communication people cannot express their needs or wants, so therefore it is a basic human right. 2. Explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific communication needs. As a carer it is our role and responsibility to encourage residents to express themselves. By assessing their needs accessing their needs and getting required information about their communication needs you can find out the best way to communicate with a certain individual.
You need to be a good listener, patient and be prepared to put in the effort as it can sometimes be very frustrating especially if there are communication difficulties. You need to be prepared to support them on activities of their choice and have fun with them. Regular keyworker sessions should be carried out with the individual on every aspect of there life including things that they may be finding difficult. It is important that the individual is aware that you are a member of staff who is there to support them, you need to be careful not to over step the mark. Never agree to keep secrets, never buy the individual presents and do not see the individual in your own personal time.
This is a fun dramatic story that lets the audience laugh and cry with Janie and her friends, but fails to deliver in the way of explaining the characters actions through the analysis of human nature. To decide what side you agree with you have to get the book and read it for yourself, I’m sure afterwards you will feel exactly as I
It is important not to speak out of angry emotions, and again sometimes it is best to tell an employee that one may need to think on the matter first before responding. While it may not seem like a "big deal" it is important to make sure that the words that are used when speaking to employees are simple and clear. Some employees may not understand the use of large words, and therefore the message that the manager / supervisor is trying to convey may be lost. Good grammar is also a must for every type communication. Use of slang terms is not a wise idea, as what is acceptable in generation / culture could be offensive to the next.. We must make sure we are saying exactly what we mean to and clearly enough that so that others are going to hear exactly what the manager / supervisor is trying to say.
Communication in Happy Marriages Patrick Thompson COM200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor Debra Austin May 20th, 2012 I believe that communication is very important in not just marriages but also when you are dating. If you do not know the person that you are dating or married to then I believe that the relationship would be setting up to fail. I can say that my fiancée and I have decent conversations but I am pretty sure that there is a lot more that we could learn about each other. Due to the lack of conversation between my fiancée and me early on in our relationship, there were hardships. After almost coming to a breaking point we had to learn how to conversate in a way that didn’t come off as hostile or not actually hearing
Although at times these labels may be accurate, many of us determine early in an interaction or presentation that we don’t understand the subject, don’t like the person, or find lit-tle of interest or importance in the message. We then tune out the speaker and spend our time thinking about other matters. By not listening to the message, we have no way to assess accurately the value of what we might have heard. Barrier Two: Emotionally Resisting Messages. Often we react quickly to emotionally charged words or subjects.
Make sure you know which language a person is comfortable communicating with, a written translation or interpreter may be required especially in serious discussions or communication. You should always use a professional interpreter where possible as it is not always appropriate to use a friend or family member in private matters. Interpreters can be sought through Adult services or the police. You should try and learn essential words in their language or use flashcards to help. Non-verbal communication can help but be careful when using hand gestures as they may be the same in a lot of cultures but may be very offensive in another always research.
Few people know that I am really shy 9. One thing I really dislike about myself is my impatience 10. When I share my values with someone I hope they accept me for who I am I feel like I engaged in the right amount of self-disclosure because my responses are short and simple but have a lot of meaning as well. The things that prevent me from engaging in self-disclosure is the judgment of that others will have of me. Sometimes I find it difficult to be self-disclosing because I dont like to be in uncomfortable situations.