that are personal to them is important in building positive relationships. This can be the case for both adults and pupils, such as, remembering a colleague or pupil’s home situations and being sensitive of them when communicating.
1.3 Explain how different social, professional and cultural...
Effect of social, professional and cultural contexts on relationships and communication: eg power relationships, cultural expectations, socialdifferences, prejudice, pre-conception, stereotyping Confidential information: that which should be shared only with people who have a right to have it...
, confident and articulate.
EXPLAIN HOW YOU WOULD ADAPT COMMUNICATIO FOR:
(a) THE AGE OF THE CHILD/YOUNG PERSON
(b) THE CONTEXT OF THE COMMUNICATION
I would always take into consideration the age of the child/young person I was communicating with and adapt...
Play is important throughout life; this means that parents are often keen to learn how play can be used to help their child develop communication skills. It is also worth remembering that even teenagers learn through playful interaction with others.
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people, for the age of the person, the context of the
communication and communicationdifferences.
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6. Be approachable and remain assertive.
1. Be respectful, in terms of how you address people, (names and greetings etc)
2. Be aware of social and culturaldifferences.
3. Be approachable as an equal adult but remain professional at all times.
4. Be sensitive to peoples...
you must be sensitive to that and be reassuring and comforting. A child may be agitated or angry and then you must be calming. If a child has culturaldifferences those differences must be taken into account and treated respectfully.
Communication with adults may include body language and...
take time to listen and respond appropriately.
3. Explain how
* Social background
* Professional background
* Cultural background
Affect relationship and the way people communicate.
When we are faced with a different situation we adapt our communication accordingly, most people...
2.3 Explain the main differences between communicating with adults and communicating with children and young people
For children, being absolutely clear. No sarcasm, vocab, right level
2.4 Explain how to adaptcommunication to meet different...
friendly and available;
Respecting their family circumstances;
Remaining objective and non-judgmental;
1.1.3 Explain how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships and the way people communicate.
The structures of families vary dramatically...
reaction which may upset the child increasing the chance of a breakdown in positive communication. Culturaldifferences may be other factors such as respecting personal space and understanding hand gestures & body language.
When it comes to professional backgrounds, we need to try to adapt to other...
Avoid physical contact where possible and maintain professional relationship at all times.
Adapting Communication with Adults
I would adapt my communication with adults based on whether the context was formal/informal; social/culturaldifferences, disabilities/special needs and...
The skills of communication should be adapted depending on the age, context and the communicational differences the child or young person may have.
To adapt effectively dependant of age, an adult within a supportive role must continuously ensure that their style and ways...
▪ emotional state
2.3 Explain the main differences between communicating with adults and communicating with children and young people.
2.4 Explain how to adaptcommunication to meet different communication needs of adults.
2.5 Explain how...
how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships and the way people communicate.
It is important that you adapt your communication in different situations and always consider the context in which you are working. It is extremely important how we dress and...
There are several ways in which social, professional and cultural contexts may affect our relationships and the way we communicate. We must remember that communication is not just verbal and context will influence the way we act, what we wear, how we communicate and what we...
, interacts, and makes decisions. Culturaldifferences in the workplace affect communication and team building. I am a registered nurse who works on an adult psychiatric unit and also on a child-adolescent psychiatric unit. We have a Nigerian medical doctor that comes to the unit to see the patients...
ability to read the signs of body language and gestures and how to adapt to changes in behaviour will enable the process of effective communication to develop. By achieving these goals it will allow the initial stages of a therapeutic relationship to begin and from this the recognition of the service...