Communication and language needs and preferences
Communication passport are used by people who have communication problems. It’s a small book that contains personal information e.g. their name and communication difficult. The communication passport sometime has photographs or a drawing to make things clearer for people in the health and social care setting. This could be used by deaf people or someone who has serious stuttering. Communication passport have influence on communication and interpersonal interaction because it allows the service user, the carer and care worker to know what the service user like or dislikes so care can be delivered effectively. Factors that might influence communication and interpersonal interaction is how someone might learn because of their condition for example someone might want to communicate by using speech or pictures to communicate.
The use of signs
Signs tell you something for example,
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The use of signs is a factor that has an influence on communication and interpersonal interactions because signs are put in places for reasons such as fire exists. It sends a message to everyone including people with communication problems such as deaf people who use British sign language.
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Symbols is a factor that influence communication and interpersonal interactions for deaf because they can’t communicate orally they are put in places such as ‘give ways ‘symbol for our safety. Things like arms, hand gestures and written symbols or diagrams send messages to everyone. Symbols are ways of representing visual without using words.
Human and technological aids to communication
There are different kinds of communication needs but some people’s needs are specific that will suit their needs. A person who is blind will need Braille to communicate but also blind people still have speech and hearing. Some blind people who were born blind are taught how to communicate with people and how to live in a daily basis whilst people who become blind later on in life can use the sense of touch to sometimes communicate because they had their vision before. Hum aids influence communication and interpersonal interaction because the person with the disability need to know what is going on in the environment so they can get the right care needs also they can feel part of the community. Technological aids are technology devices made such as voice activation to help with communication also Braille is put on their keyboard for them to type. Braille is letters made with dots which can be felt with your fingers. Voice activation will read out words for example a blind person can be typing a letter to social services by them typing the voice activator will be saying it out loud also if they are trying to look for a program by them simply saying “Microsoft” the program will open up by itself. Technological aids influence communication and interpersonal interaction because it offers a wide range of facilitates to help communication.
Lighting is a factor that influences communication and interpersonal interaction because it can affect a person who might be visually impaired. With poor lighting communication cannot be effective because with poor lighting you will not be able to see the person’s facial expression and the person’s body...
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