When positive relationships are formed, it is easier for colleagues and parents to give and receive trust, information, support, help, advice and encouragement. This makes it more likely that any problems between adults will be positively approached and resolved. It’s also more likely that skills and knowledge will be shared. As a Foster Carer communication is an extremely important part of the role, whether it is with the children, partner, birth family, other Foster Carer’s, Social Workers, School Staff and other professionals and agencies. Good communication skills allow you to establish and maintain relationships with all of the aforementioned people and this is an essential part of Foster Caring.
We are achieving the principles and areas of learning in accordance with the eyfs 1.2 Analyse how integrated working practises and multi-agency working in partnership deliver better outcomes for children and young people * The professional partnerships between the outside agencies and us are paramount to the child’s growth and development. * An example of this is that if there is a child under social services, I would communicate with health visitors, doctors, and anyone who comes into contact with the child or parents. * It is vital that all parties communicate with each other to ensure child’s safety at all times. 1.3 Describe the functions of external agencies with whom your work setting or service interacts. * My setting interacts with multiple agencies, these
1.1 An identification of the different reasons people communicate Successful communication is an essential tool in the work place especially working with children. Achieving this is essential in forming and maintaining effective relationships, whether it is with colleagues, children, parents or other professionals on a daily basis. Communicating with other staff members ensures effective team working and continuity of care. As well as forming and maintaining effective relationships, communication are also used to give and receive information, to share opinions, knowledge, feelings, emotions, to understand and be understood and show others they are valued. Individuals also communicate to express their needs and preferences and to ensure they are met.
Within my role as a Manager I consistently review the methods and ranges of communication to facilitate a better multi agency organisation, I will also ensure that vital information or key points that we feel will improve the every life of the young people for whom we care are not overlooked. We must work effectively with people, professionals, agencies and organisations to improve the well-being of young people and support positive outcomes. It can be easy to assume that everyone thinks the same however we
Enabling good communication between practitioners, other agencies and young people within residential care is important to good practice and building and maintaining positive relationships. • Identifying and sorting out conflicts and disagreements. If a child or young person has an issue with a member of staff or another peer it is important for that child to be able to address the matter with the support of staff to resolve the situation. • Being consistent and fair. Being consistent and fair in residential practice is very important; showing each child ad young person that all services are available to them and they
1. Give two reasons why clear and effective information between partners is important. Communicating together involves a two-way sharing of information and helps to develop a common understanding, meaning it is easier for parents, carers and staff to support one another. When families and staff share information, everyone can be aware of children’s strengths and challenges and can work together to support children’s social and emotional wellbeing. Effective communication also helps families and staff to build a trusting partnership and develop honest and respectful relationships.
Also parents and carers can trust practitioners as information is regularly communicated throughout the setting and any concerns are addressed in a professional environment that encourages open communication. Conclusion: The reasons why people communicate and what effects communication has within an early years setting is that communication is the main core of all positive relationships within the setting, without effective communication the fulfilment of your job role would not be able to be completed in a professional manner. You need to be able to communicate freely with all members of your team, your management, children, parents and other professionals to ensure the child receives the full care they are entitled to. Therefore communication plays a vital role in your day to day life and that if you don’t communicate and form positive relationships from the start this will affect your job as a child’s key person and may lead to further problems within your work
Different approaches, manners and stratagems are applied in order to ensure that people are not secluded or excluded. One must be aware of each individual different needs and sustaining the wellbeing and confidence in their talent. One must ensure the achievement and full potential in the community. Inclusion in early years is important because it promotes a culture of equality, opportunity and high accomplishment for all children. This promotes community, consistency and amalgamation through understanding and respecting others.
People need to communicate to set up and keep in good relationships with others. To give and receive information and guide lines to understand and share opinions, knowledge, feeling, and emotions. To build the trust and good relationship between careers are as follows: * Regular update of children improvement status. * Explore children's talents and strengthen them. * Discover and resolve the problems and deal with it.
1.2 Analyse how integrated working practices and multi-agency working in partnership deliver better outcomes for children and young people. Children will be more positive if professionals working with children and their families can agree and share the information where they might be assessed also implement and plan. Its a great why to get children and their parents involved in any of the planning so that child is able to accomplish their full prospects in life. If a child is going to be more positive we need to understand the importance of all adults who are involved understand that what information