There are a number of different reason why people communicate these include fear, anger, pain joy and love. Human beings want to increase their understanding of the world we are in by seeking knowledge which is through communication. It is important for people to be able to communicate so that they can explain how they are feeling, what they want to need or if there is some sort of emergency or danger. Human beings live and communicate within a range of different groups and communities such as families, workplaces commercial and professional services. 2.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of our work – There are two types of communications formal and informal.
Unit 1 Promote Communication 1 Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting. 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate. We communicate all the time to greet others and socialise, to express our needs/feelings and or concerns, to share our ideas, to pass on information, to reassure others, to build relationships with others, to ask questions, to share our experiences. Communication can be professional or personal. It is important in social work environments that information is recorded so that if it needs to recalled later on for legal reasons it can be.
Outcome 1- understand why communication is important in an adult social care setting. 1.1- Identify different reasons why people communicate: There are many different reasons as to why people communicate. We communicate to express and share ideas on a topic,we communicate to show our feeling need and wishes and also our preferences. We have to also communicate to share and gain information while also getting to know one another. 1.2- Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of working in an adult social care setting: Effective communication can affect many aspects of work,effectively communicating can help build levels of trust,help recording and reporting incidents, aid participation and help with service provisions.
Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of the learners work. Within the care setting I communicate using: Communication books, Handover with Colleagues, staff message book, Staff meetings, meetings with my Line Manager Etc. Effective communication is important as it ensures that information is: clear, concise, accurate, non-judgmental, and informative. This reduces the possibility of mistakes being made, and ensuring appropriate care service delivery. It is important to work as a team with your colleagues, so that you all
Unit 1: Promote Communication in Health & Social Care 1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate People communicate in order to convey their needs and express their feelings and concerns. This also allows for information, ideas and experiences to be shared, questions to be asked and is an important part of socialising and building relationships with others. 2. Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting Communication in the work setting can be between colleagues, clients and their families. It can be used to express the person’s needs and helps to develop trust and establish good relationships between care givers, clients and their families.
Level 3 301- Communication 1:1 Identify the different reasons people communicate. (Diploma 301 1 People communicate to socialize, express feelings, ask questions, to share ideas, information and opinion, to express needs, to reassure, to share experiences, to give instructions, to give encouragement, to understand and to be understood, etc. 1:2 Explain how communication affects relationships in your work setting. (Diploma 301 1:2) Communication is the key for a good relationship with my service users, their families, my co-workers, my manager, etc. An effective communication is important in my work place and we make sure that the message send is clear and concise and the message must be understood correctly to have a response to avoid conflicts that could be rise because of a bad or no communication.
1. Identify the different reasons why people communicate (1.1.1) The main purpose for communicating is to get your point across to others. This is important in my job role so that I can gain an understanding into each individual’s life learning about their background, interests and opinions; this will allow me to give the best person centred care I can. Communication is also used to express feelings and thoughts 2. Explain how communication affects relationships in an adult social care setting (1.1.2) When working in a care setting communication is very important.
WORKSHOP 1 SHC 31 1-Identify the different reasons people communicate * To express needs; to share ideas and information; to reassure; to express feelings; to build relationships; socialise; to ask questions; to share experiences * People communicate in order to establish and maintain relationships with others, to give and receive information and instructions, to understand and be understood, to share opinions, knowledge, feelings, emotions, to give encouragement and show others they are valued. * Individuals communicate with carers to express their needs and preferences and to ensure they are met. As a carer I would discuss the options and choices available to the individual to allow them an informed choice regards their care and support * It is a basic requirement of my job role to communicate with individuals and their families, other members of staff on a daily basis. Communicating with other staff members ensures effective team working and continuity of care. It also ensures any health and safety issues are recognised and reported.
1 Identify the different reasons why people communicate Communication is the way people reach out to each other and is an essential part of establishing, building and maintaining relationships. It is a basic requirement for working in the care sector in order to communicate well with service users, family, friends, managers, supervisors and health care professionals to create a good working environment. We communicate with each other in order to be able express our thoughts, ideas, feelings, needs, wishes, likes/dislikes, gather, share, and receive information and to get to know one another. Good communication is an essential part of supporting individuals in care and effective communication involves listening to the individual and to demonstrate that you are listening by giving them your full attention. We can communicate via many different methods, speech, touch, facial expressions, gestures, body language/movements, muscle tension, proximity and personal space, face to face position, sign language, written words and by the use of electronic communication and by being aware of our own body language.
Effective communication exists between two people when the receiver interprets and understands the sender’s message in the same way the sender intended it. Health and social care practitioners need to know about a range of communication methods. They should also be skilled at identifying the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of the people with whom they work and interact. It is also used by people from a diverse range of backgrounds who