Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. In order to explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults, we must first know and understand why effective communication is important. How we can communicate effectively and how we can develop and maintain positive relationships by effectively communicating. Communication is a two way process. In school and social life effective communication is important as it helps us to develop and maintain positive relationships.
Joanna Molenda SKILLS 04.05.2014 CYP Core 3.5 Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care. 1. Be able to develop positive relationships with children and young people. 1.1. Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained.
CYP Core 3.5 2.1 Why positive relationships with people involved in the care of children and young people are important. It is important for other people to have positive relationships with children because the child needs to gain trust with others too. The child will need to be able to work with teachers to enable them to achieve goals through their education; they also need to feel confident at the doctors in case they need wounds dressing, or an examination of some kind. It is important to have a positive relationship with the speech therapist because they may have a barrier with communication. This can lead to the child gaining the ability to communicate with others.
We could make more effective plans for their care and education whilst monitoring there welfare to show their skills and ideas. It is always important to have positive relationships because if we didn't there could be a danger that information could be withheld or passed on incorrectly this could result in the child not being given the support they require ending up in a delayed development . In our setting we must always create a good working relationship as it benefits all children and everyone involved, good relationships always create a positive environment where children can settle and relax easily. If we can build good relationships with every parent this is always a positive thing as parents will share information easier and take an interest in what their child is learning. It always helps to have good positive relationships with all staff as we can support each other and enjoy our
The other benefit of the key worker is because it is the most important for all individual children have a close attachment to their key worker. This would help the children to feel familiar and happy
If we communicate something positive, it brings back something positive to us, that is why developing a positive relationship is so important, this way we are more likely to inspire confidence and trust. Adults should act as positive role models to the children that are in their care, it is vital to develop good, appropriate relationships with children, staff, parents and
By making myself available when a young person has wanted to talk on a one to one basis, quite often this may take place when I maybe driving them to an activity, has been a successful way to help build trust and relationship with that individual. I also believe that being consistent and being aware of our own actions and displays to the young person that we are people that can help keep them safe and secure and somebody that can be trusted. It is also vital to build and maintain positive relationships with other people involved in the care of the young person as we should share a common goal, the welfare and development of the individual. We can achieve this by open and honest communication, sharing of information, and by ensuring that those involved in the care of the young person are trained to a standard that enables us to deliver that care and support to a professional
Sarah Smith TASK1 How will communicating effectively help you to build positive relationship with them? Effective communication is a “two way process”. It involves good communication weather it verbal or non-verbal, but both very important. It also involves a good listener, enabling the person to develop an understanding of the subject being discussed. With good communication comes co-operation and good development.
Unit 1. Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, young people and Adults. Task 1. Effective communication is very important in building a positive relationship with children, young people and adults. The way in which we communicate with these different groups can be varied, but the basic principle remains the same.
Maintaining a relationship with someone is very important also as it keeps you in contact with others. It keeps you in touch with the feelings and needs of others, which is essential in any functional relationship. This is very important when working with children as you need to be informed as to their needs, in order to have a happy work environment. Again, I believe this leads back to the issue of trust. If children can approach you with a problem (without hesitation) then I would class this as a good relationship.