Health and Soical Level5

my role as a support worker I provide support, guidance to help the young people in becoming independent is paramount that you have an understanding of all the different ways to communicate effectively to enable safe practice.
Have the young people accessing health verbal, non-verbal  
This can be something as simple as language. As a support worker we come across young people all from different parts of the world, and with this we experience language barriers.
The needs of the young people I support have very different communicational levels.
In our organisation we have to communicate with family and friends and be able to break down barriers effectively.
As communicate with the young people who live on one our projects, and their There any many different barriers in the work place. One is the way you relay a message to a work colleague.
In an email the receiver might think it’s sent with a hidden meaning so they miss the importance of the message.
When you communicate with management you can feel inferior and so the message you are trying to send to say isn’t what you really wanted. And while you communicate with a service user the words which are used as well as body language can be vital for effective communication.
When communicating it’s important to mould the communication to the persons different communicational levels.  
There are many barriers of communication that can prevent a message being understood effectively. Communication is far more than speech and writing, and most of us are unaware that we communicate in different ways without speaking. ( 2009.)