By Don W. Stacks, Michael B. Salwen
This quantity offers an summary of communique study, offering theoretical insurance of the vast scope of communique examine in addition to integrating idea with research. To explicate the combination technique, the bankruptcy individuals -- specialists of their respective components -- supply samples within the type of hypothetical reviews, released stories, or unpublished examine, displaying how concept and study are built-in of their specific fields. The booklet will entice graduate scholars and college individuals who need a thorough evaluation of not just the sphere, but additionally pattern learn stemming from its numerous part parts.
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THE DIFFERENT WAYS WE COMMUNICATE The following are examples of what can motivate us to communicate: · expressing an opinion · responding to requests · making requests · wanting to know something · wanting to be engaged in conversation (makes you feel valued and wanted). 28 Providing Opportunities to Communicate Policies, procedures, risk assessments and many other items may be written in text and the individual may not understand it. If information is in an accessible format, the individual will be able to comprehend it and comment on it.
An individual may have difficulty in seeing but staff might be unaware of this. Optician appointments should be at least every two years. Do you know if the individual has had a recent eye test? Is the optician using different communication tools for the individual to tell him/her about any sight problems? Sometimes we use idiomatic phrases, for example when we are having a joke with someone we may say ‘I was pulling your leg’, but some individuals might find this confusing. g. g. images are not used to break down information.
Some people therefore will not be able to read a sentence 61 ALTERNATIVE WAYS OF COMMUNICATING but will know some individual words. For example, when reading the word ‘clock’ the person may associate it with the clock on the wall. SMELL We may react to people based on their smell. Perfumes, aftershave and body odours can be an important way of recognizing people. g. g. mealtimes. FEEDING Some of the individuals you support may require help with eating and this can be helping the service user to use cutlery, being fed via PEG (feeding tubes) or actual feeding, and it is important that you inform the individual each time you are going to put food into his mouth.
An Integrated Approach to Communication Theory and Research (Routledge Communication Series) by Don W. Stacks, Michael B. Salwen