Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults (TDA 3.1)
This assignment is in 4 parts you must complete all parts before the hand in date and all must be uploaded to the same OneFile task.

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Task 1: Communication skills with Children and Adults (2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4)
Written Assignment
(a) Explain the skills needed to communicate with children and young people. Within your answer provide clear examples that illustrate how you would adapt your communication according to each of the following situations
  * Working with children of different ages
  * The context of the communication taking place (e.g purpose, situation)
  * Communication differences (impairments, individual needs)
Skills: you should include here both verbal and non-verbal communication, type of language, listening and questioning techniques
Effective communication is not just about speaking and listening. It is also about watching and feeling. 
Our body language and tone of voice actually communicate more strongly than the words we use. 
Body language, facial expressions and gestures are also crucially important in effective communication. we must show respect and courtesy, from the simple ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ to listening to peoples points of views   by using warm tones of voice especially with children and young adults, courtesy and respect provide a good foundation to agreeable relationships.
Make sure you are friendly and approachable and smile!
The Main key skills   of communicating with Children and Young people are:
• Speak clearly and give eye contact to the person with whom you are speaking.
• Ensure you use the correct form of address when speaking to others.
• Use an appropriate method of communication for the other person.
• Use positive body language and gestures.
• Be sympathetic to the needs of others.
• Acknowledge the help and support of others as much as you can.
• Do not interrupt or anticipate what...