Why Do People Communicate?
Today, we shall discuss about why do people communicate. Communication is really important in every day. This writeup introduces the importance of communication and adult social care sends the ways to overcome barriers. To me, individuals needs and preferences in communications is aimed at those who were interested in or new to working in social care settings with adult. This is a Monday unit so, it’s something that organ or all going to have to do at some point, so what things for this article, we’ll start off by talking about which has identified different reasons why people communicate.
Now if you think about it, we all communicate in different ways but there are reasons why we communicate in different ways an, it says a mind says create a spider-rock identifying reasons why people communicate. I came up with ideas like, to express a need for something, to share idea, to build friendships, to ask questions, to socialize, to express emotions, to give instruction, to give encouragement and to direct.
Now we’ll go through an example of how all of them are used, so, we’ll start with to express a need for something, and the example of this could be, “can you pass me it”. Please this could be sort of what I need this over like that. What I mean that kind of thing, the next one is to share ideas. Now, I was a healthcare professional, you would want to better yourself, so sharing ideas is one way to behave yourself in personal development, so the example of use for communication is “I don’t think that’s right that’s because sometimes you know one healthcare professional is um more you know they work in different ways so by seeing that it sort of incorporate and you know their idea to reassure that was a health care professional”.
You’ll come across a part of your job, way after a fast and sort of deal with situations that with vulnerable people and reassurance is what everybody needs but especially the service user and the example that I have here is “I’m always say if you want a talk because that’s something that I see it in my service.
The service users or their clients all the time to build friendships now working in a health care setting and obviously is a member of staff. You would have to work with Rob prolonged amount of time so, why not make friends of them, all I can sort of try and build a friendship relationship with them, so I want to be your friend as the example I’ve used. You might want to use a different idea to ask questions as a health care professional, we all get things, right?
We don’t get things right even so we do tend to ask questions quite a lot. Bly do anyway so I say it’s up. I normally say, it is what I’m really supposed to do and to socialize now obviously, is a health care professional you have to maintain your role at all times, but there is a sort of element to it. Because, I’m going to be dealing with service users here, we’re going to be there from sometimes in some care settings.
I care homes you’re going to have people up stay for a long time so, you’re going to be billed a bit of a social aspect to it. So. the one that I’ve got there was one that I’ve got here even is, “hi my name is then stay” and him to express emotions, I was human being but you know, we’re all prone to sort of having emotions. Everybody’s scared everybody’s nervous, every is happy and excited so the example I’ve got here is that, “some things that something that people elderly people or vulnerable people would normally say as well as you know normal professionals’ um to give an instruction like obviously, we will have to give instruction at some point to service who’s a client”.
If I use the word service user, I really mean client but because, I wonder sort of them get an idea of what people call. That people up the deal with I like to use the M term service user, because they use your service that kind of thing to give instruction and I’ve got get out of the way because in a hospital situation, if somebody can’t breathe or someone who’s having problems with the oxygen, then you’re going to have to get of the bed. If it’s going to be Ken family members or junior members of staff there, you’re going to obviously tell them to get out of the way because you know you want a deal with the situation and the next one is to give encouragement.
I use this quite a lot in my setting, because I work with learning disabled adults and just general healthcare and I use well done or good job or that was a very good job, Sandra. Well, I’m very happy because it gives them a sense of well-being and they’re just very happy because of it and to direct now. I get a lot of feedback from a lot of different careers that come to the place that I work and I normally get told “oh you’ve done very well or you haven’t done so well”, but I don’t really get direction from these carers direction—is things like another off-topic but you turn left at the end of the road. So, a scenario is AB is a basic scenario of a questionnaire communication is, “hello my name is such-and-such oh hi or can you tell me where the shop is yes you go to the end of the road in the you turn left there”.
I’ve used three communication methods, it was to express a need for something it was just socialized to give an instruction, are all too direct depending on how you caught it and thank you for reading this article and hopefully I will get a new article up soon. Check our article on why do people scream.