Identify Barriers To Effective Communication

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1. Understand why communication is important in the work setting. 2.1 The different reasons people communicate The imparting or exchange of information by Speaking, Writing, or using some other medium. However not necessarily effectively dependant on giver and the recipients understanding and delivery. The interest in life does not lie in what people do, nor even in their relationships to each other, but largely in the power to communicate with a third party, antagonistic enigmatic, yet persuadable, which one may call life in general. 1925 The Common Reader. ‘On Not Knowing Greek’ The reasons why people communicate are convey an emotion, sentiment, idea or whether to express a point of view, these can emanate as emotive feelings characterised as Fear, Anger, Pain, Joy and happiness. Service users often drawing from a well of emotion use…show more content…
Be able to meet the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals. 3.1 Identify barriers to effective communication. Effective communication can only be achieved if the parties involved have an understanding of the information being conveyed, not only that but also an understanding of subject and reasoning. Things that could impede this process could be cognitive impairment; sensory deprivation and disability; medication; external influences e.g. audience, noise, lighting; the service user’s disposition and also the support workers if communicated ineffectively; the use of jargon and language and cultural differences. 3.4 Identify sources of information and support or services to enable more effective communication. In the ability to assist and provide our service users with the best possible means of communicational services, we liaise with organisations that can enable us and the client to communicate seamlessly. These organisations vary in their field of expertise from advocacy services; speech and language services; NHS; third party organisations e.g. Sense and
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