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Understanding effective communication

One to one communication can be described as a conversation between two people. Their conversation can show interest and support towards each other. It has two main categories important and unimportant. Over time all care practitioners will have one to one communication with a client on a one to one basis. An example of one Read More

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Effective communications

The nature of communication: This could be one of the main factors which influences the way we communicate with someone. If someone is deaf, verbally speaking to them is not always going to be understood unless they can lip- read so therefore this influences how you would communicate with this person. Other methods have to Read More

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Communication and values

The aim of this report is to review and improve my communicational skills in a health and social care setting. I undertook two recorded interactions in different contexts in the care sector. These took place in a local nursery for young children aged two to four years, and in a local secondary school with a Read More

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Communication – Visit from Sue Wood

Oral communication is important, as many service users who visit Age Concern need to go there to socialise so if they were not using oral communication it would make it harder for this to happen. The service users talk to each other and to the care workers to find out about upcoming events and may Read More

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Influence communication and interpersonal interactions in health and social care environments

In this assignment I am going to be explaining the factors that are influencing effective communication and interpersonal interactions in health and social care environments. I will also be describing the factors that influenced communication in Mrs Singh’s case study. Factors that effect communication The environment The environment effects communication is the lighting is not Read More

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How effective communication in Care settings

Tearesa Thompson argued that communication was vital for two major reasons; to share information, and to establish relationships and therefore, establish trust. This research shows that effective communication is a vital in any care setting and benefits the Service User, Staff and Organisation. Effective Computerised communication: The recent development of computerised communication has caused it Read More