More Opportunities. Another great advantage to having cochlear implants is that, for younger people who receive it, it can help them in school and in social groups, as well as broaden their prospective aspects for a career choice. While they may still be limited, the limitation won’t be as severe or as hindering as if they had no hearing choices available to them. 4. Safer.
In June 2010, the Government stated that it was looking at further ways of taking the Independent Living Strategy forward. Active participation promotes independence in the tasks of daily living as this gives the client the confidence and independence needed to complete tasks by themselves without the support of others. Daily living tasks may affect those depending on their culture or background, as what someone may have been brought up believing, may not necessarily be accepted as the general view of society within Great Britain in these current times. I would identify suitable opportunities for an individual to learn or practice skills for daily living by providing a wide range of activities. I would observe/monitor their skills to identify what they can/can't do, and also listen to them and ask any questions about
Another reason why living at home can benefit an individual is that they may have more time spent with loved ones and are more likely to get visits from friends and family. This is important as it keeps that sense of ‘normality’. If the individual was in a care/residential home, they may not get as many visitors as the family/friends may feel uncomfortable in that environment or the family/ friends may be busy during the visiting hours. Another factor is that the individual is able to maintain a little more control over daily routine, which is important as this leaves the individual feeling cared for and listened to. Also the individuals are surrounded by their own possessions with fond memories which make them feel more secure.
A range of communication methods are electronic and non-electronic. These non-electric methods consist of: letter, fax, flow charts, email, screen based and many others. Electronic methods consist of: touch screens, mobile phones, digital broadcasting and many more. Effective communication is vital for a business because it enables customers to be aware of the businesses products and services that are available to them. Non-Written Communication Touch Screens Touch screens can be used in various businesses, businesses such as cinemas to book tickets, doctors to check in, Argos to find/browse products, so on so forth.
BTEC Unit 10: Principles of communication in adult social care settings 1.1 People communicate in different ways like expressing and sharing ideas. They also share feelings, needs, wishes and preferences as a way of communicating. Forming relationships and getting to know eachother. 1.2 Communication affects relationships in adult social care settingsbecause it encourages participation and equality, communication also promotes empathy and prevents misunderstanding. Communication can also help or resolve conflict or differences.
Often demonstrating a procedure on the parent or stuffed animal is very helpful and less fearful for the child. You can also have the child assist in the exam by holding certain equipment. Different variations of tools are often used in an exam. For example, adults use a Snellen E chart for an eye exam and a picture chart is better suited for the preschooler to 6 years of age. When the child is more familiar with reading and identifying letters, then you can use the E chart.
By designing activities based around computers and technology, Information Technology learners will feel more comfortable and confident completing tasks. An example of this could be setting an activity for the class to play a maths related online computer game and then to write an evaluation using a word processing package. The learners will be give a printed brief of their task showing the website address to access the game and the criteria to consider when writing their evaluation. Function skills are embedded in this session as the learner would have to be able to: • Listen and interpret the instructions of the task. • Read the website address to access the maths game.
The first substantial impact of using cell phones is the ease of communication among people. Unlike the landlines, mobile phones are portable, and one can use them in whichever location he or she is as long as there is network coverage. Most people prefer cell phones to landlines due to their convenience and their abilities to send a short message services (SMS). Cell phones enables business people do their work by maintaining correspondence with customers, suppliers, business partners and financial institutions. They have also enabled families retain kinship ties especially due to geographical differences.
Aii. Describe two ways how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care setting between individuals using the service, their carers, colleagues and other practitioners. 1. Effective communication can affect the relationship between a service use and their carer because if the carer uses appropriate language and a calm tone of voice the service use will feel more at ease and more comfortable receiving care. 2.
• To achieve effective action. Aii Explain how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care setting between: a) Colleagues and other professionals Effective communication will help pass information easier and more accurately but will also minimise mistakes being made. Passing over good information will form a stronger working relationship between colleagues and other health care professionals. b) Individuals using the service and their carers Communicating with the services users well will also minimise mistakes and will make sure they have a clear understanding of what you are trying to put across to them. It would also open clear access for advice from colleagues or other carers.