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Discuss the skills the practitioner requires to effectively communication in a social care settingg

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Name: nina krysa candidate number: 10/679415 Date: 14/6/11 Unit: 11 B1 Discuss the skills the practitioner requires to effectively communication in a social care setting. Practitioners need many skills to have effective communication in a social care setting. The first thing they need to have the effective communication is to stay professional. The second skill required would be listening because then you are giving them the respect and you are building a stronger relationship with each other by respecting of their opinion and views. ...read more.

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Another skill would be to have a shared and collective understanding of language. It can also be by having good verbal skills because it gets both parents and practitioners to communicate face to face and can be oral in context such as when writing a letter. The last skill would be to using non-verbal communication. ''people who use services and cares can feel powerless when they become involved with practitioners, so it is important that their expertise and views are recognised and respected. ...read more.

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Rather, what is required is behaviour that results in better team performance'' (http://www.teamtechnology.co.uk/teamwork.html) A1 Explain why practitioners should help children to be able to express their needs and feeling. Practitioners should help children to be able to express their needs and feelings this is because it is part of the practitioner's professional responsibility. ''children need to know that they are important. When they feel accepted and loved by important people in their lives, they feel comfortable, safe and secure, and open to communicate.'' (http://www.cmha.ca/bins/content_page. ...read more.

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