Communication in Care Setting

Couseowrk A01             12th September 2011

Unit F911: Communication in Care Settings

      Early Year Setting St Mary’s Primary School

Types of Communication

- Verbal communication e.g. speaking and listening (talking)
- Electronic communication e.g. emails, telephones
- Special methods of communication e.g. Braille, sign language
- Written communication e.g. care plans, schools, offices, care settings
- Body language e.g. smiling, handshake



      Most animals communicate with each other in some way. Dogs bark to either protect their careers or because they happy to see the careers this is to identify themselves as members of the community. However, human’s communication breaks off into different types of communication: verbal and non-verbal, and formal and informal. As working with people involves interaction, this involves coming together of two or more people with the same interests, aim, work place or school. They communicate either because they have to or because they chose to e.g. to make friends. People sometimes tent to change after a lot of different oral interaction it’s usually a good change which improves awareness or improves their quality of life also makes them more confident. There are different people with different needs likes and dislikes therefore we have a few different types of communication and it’s important we use the right one and the one that best suit the individual and their needs. Communication is everywhere starting from infants from when they cry to tell their mother they are hungry to a later adulthood and our death. It’s between animals, humans basically it happens everywhere in many different ways between every living thing. Communication comes natural to all living things and people have developed many easier ways in other to clearly communicate with all sorts of people. This make our world so small overall like you can watch TV new from China being in your house in...