youngpeopleDemonstrate how to adapt communication with children and youngpeople for: a The age and stage of development of the child or young person b The context of the communication c Communication differences Demonstratestrategies and techniques to promoteunderstanding and trust in communication...
promotecommunication in health, social care or children and young people’s settings (ShC 31)
What you need to know
the different reasons people communicate how communication affects relationships in the work setting
aC What you need to do
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4...
development and implementation of relevant and appropriate assessment processes allows for new understandings to emerge that are not possible if educators rely solely on their own strategies and perspectives. Developing inclusive assessment practices with children and their families demonstrates respect...
demonstrate the use of basic ICT programmes, use of electronic communication, social media and accessing the internet.
The HLTA will develop knowledge and understanding of Policies, procedures, regulations and laws specially relevant to education, working with youngpeople and schools.
a whole Demonstrate how to adapt communication with children and youngpeople for: the age and stage of development of the child or young person and the context of the communication and communication differences Demonstratestrategies and techniques to promoteunderstanding and trust in...
CU 1530 PROMOTECOMMUNICATION IN CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS
1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate
Examples of why people communicate
To gain reassurance and acknowledgement – Giving a child reassurance will help them to develop.
; problem solving strategies; identify training needs
5 Be able to lead and promote support for children experiencing
Evidence-based practice to support children or youngpeople
experiencing transition: common transition eg transferring to primary or
secondary school; physiological...
social care or children and youngpeople (CCLD OP 5.25) Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model (HSC 3065) Promote awareness of sensory loss (SS 5.2) Support the use of assistive technology (SS 5.3) Explore models of disability (SS 5.4) Support individuals with sensory loss with communication...
their world. This sense of trust provides
youngchildren with a secure base from which to explore and learn
about their environment. In addition, it provides the foundation
for learning about social turn taking, reciprocity, and cooperation.
Furthermore, when their activities are nourished and...
_______________________________________ 7 Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and YoungPeople ________________________________________ 8 Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and YoungPeople Indicative Content _________________________ 9 Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, YoungPeople and...
Promotecommunication in health, social care or children and youngpeoples settings.
Identify the different reasons people communicate-
Communication is a central part of everyday life for most people and partially important when you work with service users and their families in a health and...
The learner will:
3.Be able to lead practice in work with carers who are supporting children and youngpeople Assessment criteria The learner can: 3.1 Develop strategies to support carers’ understanding and involvement with the well-being and...
communicationpromotes partnership working, eg involving parents and children in decisions, respecting values and wishes improves understanding and provides consistency of care. Write about different skills and strategies which are effective in supporting families. These could include: ways of...
relationships with children, we must promoteunderstanding and trust with them in many ways. Where miscommunication can happen with younger children, it can affect their confidence and this can be difficult to restore. Strategies to promoteunderstanding and trust in communication can include;
Unit 8: PromoteCommunication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings.
1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate
We communicate to express our needs; if we cannot communicate effectively what our needs are this can lead to challenging behaviour, when the...
-directed learning as habits of mind.
3.5 Community & School Collaboration. Teachers work collaboratively with colleagues, families, and the community to support the learning environment.
3.5.1 Reach out beyond the school to promotetrust and understanding, to build partnerships with all segments of...
active young women and nurses must constantly validate that the intended message is accurately heard, processed, and understood by each client.
For those who are more likely involve in risky sexual behaviours such as not using a condom, strategies that encourage communication literacy can be used to...
relationships; socialise; to ask questions; to share experiences
The impact of communication on own work: communication with others eg colleagues, people who use services, children; supports the development of effective relationships; helps to build trust; aids understanding of individuals...
adults to model good communication in both speaking and listening so that children can learn by copying this. Children and youngpeople will always need to know that they are being listened to and heard correctly, this helps children to build up strong relationships and trust with adults. It will promote...
people with speech,
language and communication
3.3. Explain, using examples, how
individual strategies to
promote positive behaviour
and emotional and social
development can be adapted
to support children and youngpeople with speech, language
and communication needs.
4. Know how to...