A boundary must then be set around the behaviour by communicating why the behaviour is inappropriate and informing the aggressor. Discussing the behaviour with the aggressor by telling them how it affects other people feel must be done. You must then identify and communicate consequences to the aggressor if the behaviour does not stop. Submissive Behaviour Submissive behaviour is when a person is shy from telling a person how they really feel and not seeking to achieve their needs, particularly when other people have conflicting needs. A submissive person usually fears upsetting others because they do not wish to hurt their feelings or fear them.
Letting them make decisions for themselves. Giving them independence. It will build relationships and give individuals confidence to express feelings which they may not be aware is abuse. Promoting choice and rights can empowers an individual. It offers choices which can reduce the likeliness of abuse.
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. By not using the correct aids and equipment, such as hearing aids, can make individuals feel isolated or they may even hold back on communicating at all. 3. Analyse features of the environment that may help or hinder communication. Some features that will help or hinder communication are things like lighting, if the lighting is poor they may not be able to see sufficiently and may not understand you, whereas if it is good they will be able to see what is going on around them and also will be able to see what you are doing or saying.
People who are good at active listening also tend to be skilled at using minimal prompts. These are things like nods of the head, ‘Mm’ sounds and encouraging words likes ‘Yes, I see’, or ‘Go on’. Skilful use of minimal prompts encourages the person to keep speaking or say a little more. * Use of body language and proximity – people use different forms of body language to communicate feeling and to support what they are actually saying. Effective communicators often use the SOLER behaviours when they are sitting down talking to another person.
If the individual feels rushed, they may become agitated or restricted and not therefore understand clearly. They may ‘give up’ if they feel under pressure. • Eye contact and visibility, body language. Much of communication is visible. If a person can have eye contact with you and pick up o body language and other visual cues it will help their understanding and communication.
5.5.a Usually, if someone feels uncomfortable they will move about until they find a more comfortable position. Individuals with limited movement or mobility might not be able to do this. I should make sure that you recognise if they need support to feel more at ease. 5.5.b I should ask individual if everything is all right, listen carefully. Apart from the individual telling me that they are in pain or discomfort, there are also non-verbal signs.
Signs can be; A heightened sense of fear and anxiety around a person. Low self esteem Possible STD infection Inappropriate sexual behavior to others An interest in sex that is not in line with the age of the person. Fear of being with a certain sex. Emotional/psychological Abuse Many forms of abuse are obviously cruel. Emotional abuse is more subtle.
To be able to work on understanding his sexual inappropriateness, Bradley will first need to recognize how it affects others and be able to view his behaviors from the victim’s point of view. It may be helpful to create role plays with Bradley to be able to fully show him the impact of his actions. Also, it would be beneficial to provide Bradley with healthy sexuality and sex education classes. This is due to helping Bradley create positive cognitive processes about sexual
| Disadvantages of this may be that if the service user is trying to communicate something really important then it may be misunderstood, or people may not get the right idea. Also this may not work for people who are shy. Another issue could be if a service user is trying to report bullying or abuse through this communication then it could be missed.
Outcome 1 1.1 There are many ways a range of factors can have a negative impact on an individual with sensory loss such as an individual can miss out on important day to day information that many take for granted. Individuals with sensory loss can also find it difficult with tasks such as feeding or dressing themselves, independent mobility and participating in hobbies. Though there can be some positive impacts such as an individual can receive increased help or care and a range of aids available to support them. 1.2 Steps can be taken to overcome factors that have a negative impact on individuals with sensory loss. Some steps that should be taken are making sure areas are clear of any obstacles that could be tripped over or bumped into, making sure the surrounding area is quite and well lit and when speaking to and individual with hearing loss always face them and speak