Promote Communication In Health And Social Care Essay

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SHC31 : Promote communication in health, social care or children's and young people's settings 1:1 Identify the different reasons people communicate Introduction : Communication is all about conveying and understanding in order to make contact with others. A constant, continuous two way process by sending and receiving messages. We communicate in order to • Convey • Understand • Express • Question • Make relation • Share • Socialise • Learn • Teach • Help Communication is a vital tool which enables me as a childminder, caring for children of different age & stage to meet the needs of all children and also to work in partnership with parents. It is very important to understand that communication is not necessarily verbal but…show more content…
Arrange Arranging the environment, furniture etc to enable effective communication Extra support can include the use of: key people; interpreters; translators; signers; specialist equipment to aid the individuals’ communication abilities. Key people include: family; friends; carers; others with whom the individual has a supportive relationship. All children learn in different ways and at different rates. Children with special educational needs (SEN) need extra or specific help in school or nursery. They can be given this support at any time during their school (and pre-school) years and for different lengths of time, depending on their needs. In this section, we look at how children may get this help. First of all we outline the structures which exist to support children with SEN, then we suggest how you can approach a school or nursery if you have concerns about your child Conclusion : A rights-based approach to communication can support people with learning disabilities to enjoy and experience the benefits of effective communication in their daily
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