One to one
Effective one to one communication in a health and social care requires, listening skills, information- giving skills and questioning skills. Care workers communicate one to one on a daily basis in informal communication and formal communication. Informal communication can take place when a care worker is communicating with another work colleague who is also a friend, or when they have built a relationship with a patient or relative that they have known very well. One to one communication is used on a daily basis within the health and social care sector so they can provide the best amount of care to those who are in need, an example of this is in a doctors surgery. The type of care provided in a doctor surgery …show more content…
Basically it’s a way to include everyone so that everyone has an opportunity.
Braille is a very effective form of communication which is used to suit a person with sight difficulties. It’s and arraignment of raised dots on a page which indicate letters, words and numbers.
Makaton is a language programme that uses signs and symbols and pictures to help people to communicate. It is designed to support spoken language and the signs and symbols are used with speech, in spoken word order this is a very effective form of communication to meet the needs of the individual.
Sometimes a pause in a conversation can make others feel embarrassed as it looks as if you weren’t listening or interested. It can give the impression to others that you are “thinking” or “let’s think” or even “I need to think”. Silent pauses can be alright as non-verbal messages which show respect and interest is given. Although in some cases such as