Jargon, slang and use of acronyms – these forms of language only make sense to people with specialist knowledge. A person who doesn’t have this specialist knowledge won’t understand the message. Dialect – people who speak English using a regional dialect (for example Glaswegian or Liverpudlian) pronounce words in different ways. Distress, emotional difficulties and health problems – some conditions,
These methods of communication can be useful for building vocabularies of individuals with limited speech. Other individuals may have a vast vocabulary, but due to rigid sets of interests may only use repetitive speech which means their communication can be out of context, making conversations difficult. 2. - Problems that individuals with an autistic spectrum condition may have in social interaction and relationships Due to the social difficulties linked with autism, individuals often find social interaction and the building of relationships very difficult. Individuals with autism often have difficulties reading non-verbal forms of communication, such as body language, and find it hard to relate to other people’s feelings and emotions, which can effect their responses to a social situation as they will appear out of context or inappropriate.
Introductory awareness of autistic spectrum conditions 1.1 Describe the types of difficulty that individuals with an autistic spectrum condition may have with language and other ways of communicating with others. The different types of Autism in the autistic spectrum are: * social interactions (ie people with autism would often find it difficult to understand others' mental states and emotions, and respond accordingly) * verbal and non-verbal communication The sort of problems that adults with Autism may have include one or more of the following: * Not being able to express themselves well. * Not being able to understand gestures, facial expressions, or tone of voice. * Saying odd things. For example, repeating your words back to you, time and time again.
Visual impairments can also be difficult in these situations and may affect a person’s ability to read body language, facial expressions and see gestures. Persons who have dual sensory loss will find it extremely difficult and be frustrated during day to day tasks. It can lead to loss of interests in activities and in some case may cause a person to have little or no contact with the world around them. It can have serious effects if a person misinterprets what they are being spoken to about by their family, friends and possibly medical professionals. Persons with hearing impairments would need to focus on reading lips and body language to uphold conversations just as people with visual impairments would rely on their hearing to be able to function effectively within society.
Individual's on the autistic spectrum may struggle with relationship's and social interaction due to difficulties with communication. It would make it difficult for relationship's to work if there is a lack of understanding each other due to the break down in communication. There may be some problems concerning an individual's preference in activities and interests. This is mainly due to a condition that some individual's on the autistic spectrum can find difficulty in which is social creativity, one of the triad of impairments that define ASC. This can cause some restrictions and inflexibility due to the individual in some cases not being able to fully comprehend the transcendence of traditional idea's, rules, pattern's, etc.
This would make it difficult for the service worker to communicate information to the service user. Learning disabilities can also affect a service user’s ability to communicate. While speaking to a Speech and language therapist, I learnt that service users with Semantic-pragmatic disorder find it difficult to effectively communicate with others. Semantic pragmatic disorder causes delayed language development and have difficulty following conversations. This means that the service user cannot fully communicate their feelings and opinions and would struggle to convey what is wrong with them
Finally, sometimes having advocates or carers can be a problem if the person addressing the special needs person talks to their advocate rather than them. This can insult the patient, as they may feel undervalued or insulted. Communicating through special needs requires a lot of training in order to communicate successfully with no
About the age of 20 to 30 is when the symptoms are noticed by the abnormalities in the brain. E. Transition: We now know how OCD is believed caused by damage receptor sites in the brain, but what are the symptoms of an OCD patient. III. Main Point 2 (1:30) A. Intro to point: OCD symptoms vary in many different forms.
Make sure you listen effectively and the use of body language is also important. 3.4 Sometimes you may need to get more specialist advice because an individual’s communication is too complex to deal with alone. Such as a speak and language therapist, sign language training. Where there is a language issue then you may need to get an interpreter.
Identify and explain barriers to effective communication Language barriers – when someone speaks a different language or uses sign language, they may not be able to make any sense of information they are given by someone trying to help them. Cultural differences – when the same thing means different things in two cultures, communication can be difficult. Some cultures find eye contact very rude and defiant whereas other cultures find it polite and respectful. Emotional difficulties – we all have emotional difficulties at times and become upset. This effect can be to not hear or understand what people are saying to you.