12-17 P3: Explain factors that may influence communication and Interpersonal interactions in health and social care environment. 18-23 P4: Explain strategies used in health and social care Environments to overcome barriers to effective communication And interpersonal interactions. 24-29 P5: Participate in a one- to- one interaction in a health and social care context. 30-31 P6: Participate in a group interaction in a health and social care Context. 32-33 M1: Assess the role of effective communication and interpersonal Interaction in health and social care with reference to theories of Communication.
Promote Good Practice in Handling Information in Health and Social Care Settings. WORK BOOK-Unit 1(SHC 31) Unit 1 (SHC 31)- Promote Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings Unit aim: This unit explores the central importance of communication in such settings, and ways to meet individual needs and preferences in communication. It also considers issues of confidentiality. Credit value-3 Level 3 This workbook covers the following elements: Learning outcomes: There are four learning outcomes to this unit1. Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting 2.
501 .1 - Be able to address the range of communication requirements in own role Health and social care professionals need good communication skills to develop positive relationships and share information with people using services. We also need to be able to communicate well with people’s families and/or carers and our own colleagues and other professionals. It is important therefore, if we are considering a career in health and social care, to gain the knowledge, understanding and practical skills needed to develop effective interpersonal skills. There are several different forms of communication used in a health and social care environment. :Verbal communication Verbal communication uses words to present ideas, thoughts and feelings.
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.
I have to do an appropriate assessment, this is the key to effective management with continence products. The type and severity of the incontinence need to be taken into consideration as well as personal requirements such as the service user's age, gender, mobility, cognitive function and attitude to the incontinence. A continence nurse advisor can assist with the assessment and selection. Considerations include the type and severity of the incontinence, the person's mobility and lifestyle, product disposal or washing requirements, and cost and availability of the
Health and Social Care Unit 1 Developing effective communication in health and social care How good are your communication skills? © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Health and Social Care Question one Name the four stages of group formation suggested by Tuckman 1965. Answer ● Forming ● Storming ● Norming ● Performing. © Pearson Education Ltd, 2010 Health and Social Care Question two What does skilled listening involve? Answer ● Looking interested and communicating that you are ready to listen ● Hearing what is said to you ● Remembering what was said to you together with non-verbal messages ● Checking your understanding with the person who was speaking to you.
unit 4222-301 promote communication in health and social care 1-1 Making and to develop relationships,to give and to receive information,to express feelings and needs,also to share thoughts and ideas with each other,to ackknowledge and encouage each other. 2-1 Good communication builds team work provides support to share information with each other,and establish new relationships,this is essential as a part of your work role when you work in a team. 2-2 Key factors are physical distances,body position and posture and touch all of these affect communication and noise is included in this as well. 3-1 Cultural backgrounds,some individuals share personality traits in common with others,the unique make up of these and the way they
Unit 1: Communicating Effectively in the Health and Social Care Environment By Iva Kazalova How do we identify ourselves as individuals, how do we make a stance about what we believe in, who we are, what our desires are, how we feel? We do this through communicating to others. To feel adequate and to be understood, we communicate our emotions, such as joy, sadness, fear, discomfort, anger. We also communicate to share our life stories, to educate and to inform and advise or to give warning. Or even for the sheer purpose of giving moral support, as is very often the case within a care environment – I communicate with my service users on a daily basis to identify how they feel, what they would like to do or to eat and a lot of the times I communicate with them just to let them know I am there for them if they need anything at all.
By Amy Stephens contents page page 1: Intro into Developing Effective Communication in Health and Social Care. page 2: Start of P1, communicating in a group and one to one whist in a formal and informal setting leading on to signing, touch, text messaging and technology. page 3: Carrying on from page 2, we learn about communication through symbols, arts and craft, music and drama, oral and written communication. page 4: Finish with objects of reference and then start talking about interpersonal interaction and it includes jargon, slang, dialect, proximity and silence. page 5: Carrying on with interpersonal interaction we learn about non verbal, facial expressions, posture, touch and reflective listening.
This assignment will describe how communication skills are used in health and social care sector. It will also explain some of the factors that can restrict or encourage communication and which verbal and non-verbal communications affect the communication cycle. Relevant Theories: Any health and social care department consists of different types of service users. As a care provider we need to implement several types of communication techniques through knowledge, experience and skills. As per the theorists who have made the valuable researches and recommendations in order to involve the effective communication.