needs, wishes and preferences of individuals
2.1 Demonstratehow to establish the communication and language needs wishes and preference of individuals.
When working in the care settings an important part of my role is to facilitate communication, this means enabling individuals...
. Demonstrates a range of communication methods and styles to meet individuals needs
4. Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating
- It is really important to recognise that people are individuals. The way you communicate with individual will probably be different...
have the appropriate support to communicate their
views, wishes and preferences
3. use appropriate styles and methods of communicating to meet the needs
and preferences of individuals and key people
4. communicate in ways which:
are sensitive to the individual’s needs, concerns and reactions
your team members.
1. Be specific. Blanket praise does not communicate what was done to deserve the praise, and it may
come across as insincere. Often vague praise comes across as an "at-a boy" without substance.
2. Be genuine and share how the behavior made you feel. People always know when someone...
demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating.
By observing an individual’s reaction, you can ascertain if they are happy, satisfied, comfortable, sad, worried, agitated and many more… This tells you if everything is ok with the service you are providing and with the...
their required specific aids were available
• How you identified different styles and methods of communication that met the needs and preferences of individuals and key people
• How you sought information and advice from key people when you had difficulty communicating with an individual...
factors to consider when promoting effective communication 3. demonstrate a range of communication methods and styles to meet individual needs 4. demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating.
Be able to meet the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences...
say when they think that something is good, but strictly speaking, means that it's a bit cold.
Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating
verbal responses eg tone, pitch, silence; nonverbal responses eg body language, facial expressions, eye contact...
, You will demonstratehow you use a range of communication methods and styles (this can be verbal and non-verbal communication) to suit the communication needs of the client.
2.4, You will demonstratehow to respond to the client’s reactionswhencommunicating with them.
Your Assessor will...
environmental situation where effective communication is a must in term of provide proper service.
3/ Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactionwhencommunicating with them?
There are several reasons to why a service user can not be able to respond while communicating with us...
development of own knowledge and skills
1.3 explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating with them
It is important to observe individual’s reaction either by verbal communication or non verbal communication.
This can be...
an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating.
Explain howindividuals from different backgrounds may use communication methods in different
Identify barriers to effective communication.
parents of incidents such as accidents and illnesses
1.3 Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating with them
. It is very important that you observe a range of different reactions so that u may know how to respond to a child or adult
. To know they are...
individual will be responding to how they feel they are being treated if as a carer you being to feel unable to cope with a situation you should ask for help and remove yourself from the situation.
whencommunicating with an individual it is important to demonstrate different techniques...
is important to observe an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating with them
AC What you need to do
2.1 2.2 Show how to find out an individual’s communication and language needs, wishes and preferences Demonstrate communication methods that meet an individual’s communication needs, wishes and...
reactionswhencommunicating with them?
Several cases the service user could not be able to respond while communicating with us but their body language, gesture or expression.And it's important to view reactions, because only about 70-80% of communication is verbal, meaning that we are going to be...
that you are bored.
Demonstrate a range of communication Method and style to meet individual needs:
2:4Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating
Explain how people from different background may use and/ or interpret...
comfortable, settled and secure. The earlier we build relationships with colleagues and service users the quicker we can build confidence and trust in our service and with in the team.
2. Be able to meet the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals
2.1 Demonstratehow to...
attention to your words and actions, as well as the words and actions of others.
Your assessment criteria:
2.3 Demonstrate a range of communication methods and styles to meet individual needs 2.4 Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating
pitch of voice. Children and adult can find it irritating. The lower pitch we use to comfort a reassure.
2.4 Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicating.
Another key factor of effective communication is to observe other people’s reactions and know how to respond...