Barriers and Solutions for Effective Communication

Your response should be at least two pages in length and should be typed using 12-point Times New Roman font. You are required to use at least your textbook(critical thinking by richard paul and linda elder). All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations in APA format. The title and reference page do not count towards the twopage minimum.
July 19, 2020
Choose a musical artist (Luke Bryan) and provide a 1-2 page summary of the background or history of the artist. Next, pick one of his or her main works (songs (“drink a beer”) and explain: · The meaning · The musical elements · The contribution that this piece has had to the development of music
July 19, 2020

Barriers and Solutions for Effective Communication

Barriers to Effective Communication Ways of overcoming communication barriers Sensory deprivation This is when someone is deprived of one of his or her senses (which are seeing, hearing, touching and smelling.) If this happens the person cannot communicate properly, this could create a barrier in communicating with other people. Examples of these barriers where highlighted in our group assignment. Visual disability Visually impaired, can mean being long, short sighted or registered blind. Some blind people can see shapes or some light and dark. • Individuals who are visually impaired to the extent of being blind or nearly blind will need to be addressed with thought and care. Carers cannot rely on their facial expressions or body language to communicate their interest or concern. Examples • Ask the service user what system of communication they prefer. • A calm, slow voice with a varying tone may give out the message that the speaker is being friendly. • Use touch to get the person’s attention. • Remember to get any information that th...  

Barriers to Effective Communication

Ways of overcoming communication barriers

Sensory deprivation

This is when someone is deprived of one of his or her senses (which are seeing, hearing, touching and smelling.) If this happens the person cannot communicate properly, this could create a barrier in communicating with other people.
Examples of these barriers where highlighted in our group assignment.

Visual disability

Visually impaired, can mean being long, short sighted or registered blind. Some blind people can see shapes or some light and dark.
• Individuals who are visually impaired to the extent of being blind or nearly blind will need to be addressed with thought and care. Carers cannot rely on their facial expressions or body language to communicate their interest or concern.

Examples

• Ask the service user what system of communication they prefer.
• A calm, slow voice with a varying tone may give out the message that the speaker is being friendly.
• Use touch to get the person’s attention.
• Remember to get any information that th…

 


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