One to one interaction
A barrier to communication in my one to one interaction was Lauren’s tone of voice as it was rather quiet at times and I found it difficult to hear what she was saying, so I was repeating what I thought she had said to get further clarification from her to avoid a misunderstanding. If I didn’t correctly hear what Lauren had said but I acted upon it, I could make an error and upset her and cause her further confusion or distress.
It was hard to maintain communication because Lauren the patient’s state of mind, she was confused or disorientated, so I had to try extra hard to verbally communicate with her without distressing her. If I did not effectively communicate with Lauren she would not understand what was happening to her and she could have wondered off without receiving help or comfort.
A barrier to communication during my one to one interaction was pressure in the environment of doing the recorded project, it was at times hard to concentrate and to not giggle or laugh with nerves. This makes communication ineffective because concentration is lost.
A barrier to communication in our group interaction was noise, as members of the group at times spoke over one another which made it harder to hear what other people were saying about our topic. This could mean than we are missing valuable points that other people are making.
A barrier to communication in our group interaction was volume of voice, as a couple of speakers spoke quietly so it’s hard to hear what was said which means some things were repeated by others, this can frustrate people as they may feel they were not listened too during the group interaction or they have missed points of view by others because speaker was to quiet when being vocal.
A barrier to communication in our group interaction was ill health, as a member of our group was coughing quite loudly making it difficult for the person speaking to be