, 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...
. 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...
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...
is important to respond effectively to an individual`sreactionswhencommunicating. Depending on what information is being passed an individual can have different responses. E.g. if I ask an individual if they wanted a cup of tea, depending on their skills, some may reply yes or no using different...
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...
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...
not understand it they are still conversing. The body language of individuals can tell many things. Even though, we are communicatingwhen we are not talking, the client clues are crucial. Khan, A. (1996, Oct 22) believes that a person who have excellent interpersonal skills has an advantage. Some...
are all satisfied. Here is a simple example: It is no good trying to help someone achieve their lifelong ambition if they are worried that their house could be repossessed. Observe individuals’ reactionswhen you are communicating and think about how the way you communicate with them makes...
students' individual learning needs • Meet with students to discuss their role as partners in learning Indicators s Lessons are well-paced • Integrates current learning with prior learning • Responds appropriately to the efforts of the learner • Provides appropriate wait time • Small group instruction...
MAINTAIN & SUPPORT
RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
By: Xharie Ramadani
Table of Contents
How to communicate with children and young people. 4
Give chance to talk. 4
Make eye contact and use active listening. 4
Use body language and facial expressions. 4
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...
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...
Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionwhencommunicating
A response during communication is important for the communication to take place. If someone is talking to you and you are not responding, it is difficult for communication to take place. When you respond to...
power and how it can be used and abused whencommunicating on
difficult, sensitive and complex issues
factors that can affect the communication skills, abilities and
development of the individuals with whom you are working and any
resultant behaviour that might occur
methods to support individuals to...
expression, touch and attentiveness.
Verbal and Non-verbal link up in a complex way. In day to day communicating with a person, especially in a face to face interaction, verbal and non- verbal coordinate in a respond performance. When having a conversation, a person does also assign gestures in various...
-confidence and self-esteem, passive responding itself can serve to yet further reduce feelings of self-worth.
You may find that you respond passively, aggressively or assertively when you are communicating in different situations. It is important to remember that any interaction is always a two-way...
with those needs.
We use communication passports to tell staff about our young people. This tells us how to communicate with them.
2.4 - Demonstratehow to respond to an individual’s reactionswhencommunicatingWhencommunicating verbally, we can use correct tone, pitch and silence in response...
. Our immediate
reaction is to become defensive or deny the criticism.
As a result, we often do not hear what someone may be saying
to us. We are too busy thinking about how we're going to
respond instead of really hearing what the person is trying to
tell us. The criticism may hold an element...
selfexpression when we
exercise [civility], in
truth, restraint can be
much an expression
of our Selves as
is unfettered behavior.”7
with whom we communicate. Two processes, the Pygmalion effect
and social comparison, strongly inﬂuence how we perceive ourselves.
Our culture(s), signiﬁcant...