Most deaf people don’t like when a hearing stranger joins there conversation to ask them if they need help or interpretation. If deaf people need help they will ask for it. Even though your intentions may be good, they will take it offensively and feel you are promoting the stereotype that deaf people are helpless and vulnerable. If you want to approach a deaf person because you are interested in the language and want to say hi, most of the time that’s fine. The more skillful your signing is the better chance you have of establishing a friendly conversation.
D1- FURTHER EXPAND THE ESSAY TO DESCRIBE HOW THE 5 FACTORS CAN INFLUENCE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR INDIVIDUAL SELF-CONCEPT. 1. Appearance- This factor is very important because this will affect our self-concept, self- esteem and self-image. As our image is really vital to us, it will affect the way we feel about ourselves for example- if we don’t approve about the way we look, it will lead us to think negative and making us feel depressed. Appearance can also make us feel less confident because of the fact that our appearance doesn’t fit in the group like your friends.
Often people's voices are not heard because they speak in ways that take quite a lot of effort to listen to properly. This can include having speech impediments, limited vocabulary, finding it difficult to organise thoughts into coherent order, forgetting what you wanted to say, or getting frustrated and angry. Of course it is also true that some professionals simply don't listen properly. In either case an advocate will help people to prepare and deliver a coherent statement of their needs or wishes, and being there with their partner also encourages other people to respond appropriately. Afterwards the advocate can also help their partner to remember what was said and to plan what to do
Never discriminate against anyone because of their beliefs or use offensive language with anyone. Be aware of a person’s disability, and appreciate that they will move much slower than others and also make sure that walkways are clear or them to get through Describe how to treat other people in a way that respects their abilities, background, values, customs & beliefs The best way for this is to learn to be tolerant and open minded as there is not always only one way of doing things so other peoples’ ideas are valid and valuable. Most people can be uncomfortable about other cultures or beliefs because they are not familiar with them and we can be nervous about dealing with something that we know nothing about. Most people from different cultures enjoy talking about their backgrounds and their different ways of working, however, I feel that being open minded is the best policy. Describe ways in which it is possible to learn from others at work Communicate with people regularly Listen to what other people have to say Work with other people as part of a team Ask people for information Don’t be afraid to ask for help and be interested in how other
Some also cut themselves, drink or abuse drugs to cope. But many are adept at hiding their depression, he says. “From the outside, they may look popular and fabulous, but deep down, they may feel so bad about themselves.” Ho’s young patients don’t use the word “depression,” he says. “But they will say that they feel bad all the time and don’t see the point in doing anything. Or some of them feel that they are a disappointment to their parents, so they don’t actually feel depressed, but
They start to think of themselves as someone useless who isn't worth much and their start to have all sorts of pessimistic thoughts. They may not want to go out as much anymore because they feel as if the whole world is pitying them and that causes their self-esteem to go lower. It is very important to let them know they still have some independence. We can help when needed but it is best to let them take control of what they want to do, that way they don't feel depressed. However, every person will react to a situation
Expert interview: She believes is shyness is her major problem in life then she is lucky. Shyness is a personal defect that can easily to get over. When a person is shy they tend to avoid talking or interacting with people as much as possible. This is to avoid embarrassment or saying something that others may not like. She could practice talking to people.
This question does not suggest that your audience is stupid or uneducated. As we saw in Chapter 1, there is a great deal of confusion today about such matters as free will, truth, knowledge, opinion, and morality. Many intelligent and educated people have fallen victim to ideas and attitudes that cripple their creative and critical faculties. In many cases, your audience will appreciate your insights only if you first help them get beyond their misconceptions. Is Your Audience’s Perspective Likely to Be Narrow?
There is a danger that efforts to develop person centred planning simply focus on having better meetings. Any planning without implementation leaves people feeling frustrated and cynical, which is often worse than not planning at all. Very often you will only be caring for and supporting people when they are in a vulnerable position. The quality of care that you can provide will be improved if you have knowledge of the whole person, not just the current circumstances: knowledge can help us for example to understand better why people behave in the way they do. A care plan, based on a person centred approach, will help in understanding some of this, but what else might help?
Meet the Parents Film Analysis Uncertainty Reduction Theory Meeting new people can be a scary nerve-racking thing for some people. We are unsure if the person will like us or not, if they are friendly or not, if we will have things in common or if the meeting will be just plain awkward. All of these situations pertain to the uncertainty reduction theory which is important because “everyday life is infused with uncertainty” (p.133). We get rid of uncertainty the more we react with the person. Non verbal communication can reduce some uncertainty with just a smile.