If you have health issues and you’re not well you may not be able to communicate properly. If you are in a noisy environment and have no privacy. Explain how to access extra support or services… Ways of accessing extra support may include a GP, the residents family and friends, a social worker, specialist nurse, advocate and support groups. Services to help could include translation services, interpreting services, speech and language services. Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of care provided; Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practice You
Taking a travel first aid kit with you is a great way to deal with accidents if they do occur and require immediate treatment, keeping a map of where you are or keeping sight of landmarks can also help, you can also set a meeting point so that if you get separated you can meet up easily. 3 Describe different types of communication technology that can support planning and making journeys safely. Firstly you must assess your service users ability to find the best devices for their specific support level E.G you may have a client who has autism and can read maps perfectly but cannot tell the time so you would have to set alarm on their phone to tell them when to meet up. You can use computers and maps to find out the best routes, times and forms of transport for your service
Effective communication and interpersonal interaction between individuals is important in all situations in society, such as in health and social care settings such as hospitals, nurseries and care homes. Both theories of communication can be taken across into health and social care settings to help communication and interpersonal interaction between health and social care professionals and service users be as effective and as possible. The first theory I will be talking about is the communication cycle which i discussed in P2. The communication cycle is a type of code that requires you figuring out what the other person is trying to say and what their behaviour means. This theory would allow service users and health care professionals to communicate more easily and effectively.
3.2 Describe ways to deal with unforeseen problems that may occur during a journey Ways to minimise these include taking first aid kits with you, keeping track of significant landmarks and taking mobile phones and/or being aware of payphone locations, as well as pre-planning the journey. Some communication technology that can support planning and making journeys safely include the use of maps and computers to plan journeys and bus timetables. 4.1 Describe what factors should be considered when reviewing support for the journey Factors that should be considered when reviewing support for the journey include Service User disability, public transport networks, time restrictions and organisational/legal policies that need to be adhered
UNIT 301 Principles of communication in adult social care settings UNIT HSC31 Promote communications in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Task A-Written Questions Please refer to unit assessment criteria when answering these questions Identify four different reasons why people communicate. (C301 1.1) (SHC311.1) There are many different reasons why people communicate four of them are: To express our emotional needs, feelings of love, happiness or anger. To express our physical needs, hunger, thirst or pain. For safety and security needs, a person should be free from fear and anxiety. Education, communication is needed to enable a person to learn.
QCF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 2 – RAMONA CALOTA Task 1 Task 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate Communicating it can be vital to make quality of life better because someone can they can tell me if they are in pain or it can be make emotional contact to express feelings I communicate to express most of my emotions like joy or sorrow, satisfaction or disappointment, courage or fear with appropriate words and gestures. The type of communication is very different and it depend on the circumstances, it can be two different type such as: personal and intimate – this type of communication I can have it with people to whom are very close formal – this type of communication are for a group of people and for a wider audience such in a courtroom informal - I can find this type of communication in a office room like chatting with colleagues As a carer communication it is very important because service users communicate with the carer to express their needs, preferences and to ensure that the service user receive exactly what they need when they need. Communication will help me for developing positive relationships with service user, and their families. Task 2.1 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of your work Communication does affect all aspects of my work. Effective communication is a two-way process - sending the right message, that is also being correctly received and understood by the other person.
The actions and reactions are a normal part of everyday living and interaction with others. When you are emotional behind the wheel, it can interfere with your ability to think clearly and inadvertently create a mental distraction. For instance, if you are worried or upset or thinking through a complicated issue while driving, you may not notice your upcoming exit or turn, causing you to miss it or react suddenly. You become an inattentive driver. You may fail to scan the environment ahead or notice debris in the roadway.
It is used as a life planning model to enable individuals with disabilities and improve their own independence * Appropriate care: Health care in which the expected clinical benefits of care to balance the expected negative effects to such a level that the treatment is necessary * Safeguarding: Protection from harm or damage * Promoting independence: Encouraging the person in your care to do as much as they can for themselves * Aids to communication: A communication aid that helps a person to communicate more effectively with those around them * Legislation and guidance: A law or a group of laws The questions that I asked to Kerry were: 1) How do you promote Equality and Diversity in your role? 2) How do you maintain a service user’s dignity? 3) Are you support plans person centred? How often do you update these? 4) How do you know if the care is appropriate for the individual?
[pic] Unit 1: Developing Effective Communication in Health and Social Care In preparation for working in a Health and Social Care Environment you are required to link your learning to your Experiences whilst on work placement to complete the Tasks below. Remember to ensure confidentiality at all times. Tasks: P1: Explain the role of effective communication and Interpersonal interaction in a health and social care Setting. In your answer you should consider a minimum of 4 types of Communication/interpersonal interactions that you May observe or participate in whilst on work Experience as examples to Illustrate this role. In order to meet this pass criteria you are required to be as Creative as possible in explaining the role of effective Communication in health and social care.
Awarding Organisation rules state that you need to gather evidence from a range of sources. This means that, in addition to completing this workbook, you should also find other ways to gather evidence for your tutor/assessor such as observed activity; again, your assessor will help you to plan this. To pass your qualification, you need to achieve all of the learning outcomes and/or performance criteria for each unit. Your qualification may contain essential units and optional units. You’ll need to complete a certain amount of units with the