2. Describe the potential effects of discrimination? The potential effects of discrimination can be different for different people. The effects can be physical, emotional or a combination of both. For example children with disabilities may not be given a chance to join in with activities due to others thinking that their disability prevents them from being able to do so.
Explain Potential barriers to effective communication within a health and social care environment There are many reasons why interpersonal communication may fail in health and care setting. In many communications, the message may not be received exactly the way the writer intended. It is, therefore, important that the communicator finds feedback to check that their message is clearly understood. When it works well, communication helps establish trusting relationships, ensure information is passed and understood, and enriches people’s lives. But all too often good communication is hampered by barriers.
Poor communication will more than likely lead to no bonds or relationships forming, you will come across as completely unapproachable, and this will also lead to an ill-informed team where conflicts and disagreements could occur, which will obviously have a knock-on effect on service provision. Outcome 2 2.1 Demonstrate. 2.2 There are many factors to consider when promoting effective communication, such as :- Disabilities: hearing loss, impaired vision, speech impairment or mobility problems can greatly affect how an individual communicates or expresses themselves. Cultural: differences in culture for example in some cultures it is considered inappropriate for a female to touch a male and vice versa, a child may not be allowed to speak infront of an adult, some body gestures and facial expressions are also deemed inappropriate depending on which culture the individual belongs to. Environment: noisy, crowded environments can make it extremely difficult to communicate effectively, lights, air,
Promote Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings 1) Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting. 1.1) Identify the different reasons people communicate. Communication is a very important skill in everyday life, it helps us express ourselves, our feelings and needs, share ideas and information, to show concerns over a situation. Communication can help us in many care work circumstances as we can support and reassure, build and maintain a relationship, ask questions and share experiences. 1.2) Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting.
Communication is an essential tool in everyday living. I as a carer need to communicate with my colleagues and all the service users, so they can express their needs to me and I can help them in everyday life. 2. Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting. Communication affects relationships in a work setting, if I communicate well with my colleagues building trust and understanding between us it makes it easier to get things done.
BE ABLE TO MEET THE COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE NEEDS, WISHES AND PREFERECES OF INDIVIDUAL. 2.1 Demonstrate how to establish the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals. • Reading the care plan • By asking next of kin • By asking the key worker You can use the information generated from this source and you can also ask the individual if they can communicate verbally. All this will help to establish the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals 2.2 Describe the factors to consider when promoting effective communication A. Body movement and posture.
This can lead to lack of trust and lack of confidence. You could end up giving the wrong type of care as you could miss out important information which could then result in harm to a service user or colleague (or both). Aiii: Identify three ways of finding out the communication and language needs of an individual. For each method, describe how effective it is at establishing the needs of the individual. Observation - By observing someone closely can be realised which language should be used, or whether there is any disability or illness.
As careers we complete communication books for each individual to keep all members of staff informed and aware of current situations. We also communicate to maintain and establish relationships with others, to share opinions, knowledge, emotions, to give encouragement and show others they are valued. The individuals will communicate with carers to express their needs and to ensure they are met. As a Carer I would also discuss the options and choices available to allow them an informed choice. 1.2: Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting.
Be able to overcome barriers to communication 3.1 Explain how people from different backgrounds may use and/or interpret communication methods in different ways Communication can be slightly different when using it with other people from different backgrounds. Communication can be interpreted in different ways by different people, this is because they may not speak English, if from a different country, or they may not understand you. This is also a barrier to communication. Other people may think that if they’re being listened to, they will express their beliefs and their opinions about life. Different people from other backgrounds may use verbal communication to express what they think, however they could also use non-verbal communication to put their point across.