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Communication in Health and Social Care

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Williams College
Communication in health and Social Care

Name: Deshan Weerasinghe
Student ID: D0113P16004

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Introduction 2
1.1 Apply relevant theories of communication to health and social care contexts3 1.2 Use communication skills in health and social care context4 1.3 Review methods of dealing with inappropriate interpersonal communication between individuals in health and social care settings5 1.4 Analyze the use of strategies to support users of health and social care services with specific communication needs. 6 2.1 Explain how the communication process is influenced by values and cultural factors 6 2.2 Explain how legislation, charters and codes of practice impact on the communication process in health and social care7 2.3 Analyze the effectiveness of organizational systems and policies in promoting good practice in communication8 2.4 Suggest ways of improving the communication process in a health and social care setting9 3.1 Access and use standard ICT software package to support work in health and social care9 3.2 Analyze the benefits of using ICT in health and social care for users of services, care workers and care organizations 10 3.3Analyse how legal considerations in the use of ICT impact on health and social care11

Conclusion11
Reference 11

Scenario
As a manager of Nursing home workplace I have attend this report.

Introduction 
Communication is important in health and social care as people communicate for different reasons and to provide cares to service users. Moreover, it helps to express their opinions and express their feelings, emotions.  According to Anti Essay (2013) in health and social care settings communications with service users might not always verbal due to dementia, and learning disabilities or any mental problems. It might...