Written: Written communication is a way of two individuals to communicate. E.G. text messaging, email, letters, and reports. When writing an email to someone, it can make it easier for you and the person receiving the email because it is instant and do not have to wait for it to be received either through the post or finding the person to give it to them. An email can be useful because an email can be sent to many different people instead of just one person receiving it. Phones can receive emails which is useful because if the person is out they can receive the email to their phones. Problems with emails is that the emails can be sent to a trash folder which means you will not know that you have been sent the email. Not every email is received and having a crowded inbox can mistake you for a different email or you may not see the email. Touch: Touch communication can show a person reassurance, empathy and also respect. Being touched can be people’s weak points, some may not want to be touched or like being touched. Touching can invade people’s person space, or it can be sexual harassment. It is important to remember when communicating through touch that other cultures non-verbal communication is different to other cultures. Using touch communication can let deaf or blind people know that you are in their presence. A hand on the shoulder for one person may mean a supportive gesture, handshakes are a common form of touch communication, and a gentle touch can be more comforting than a slightly rougher touch. Before touching someone it is good to check with them first, such as saying “Are you ok with this?” to check if they will be comfortable with the touching. Arts and Crafts: Arts and Crafts are therapeutic activities. Using arts and crafts to communicate can help somebody to tell a story, such as what’s happened in their life, day or what they like to do. It helps people to express themselves, and they can also learn new skills...
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