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Unread 06-26-2011, 10:18 PM
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Help SOS Communicationg with children, young people and adults

i would like to know information about this question:?????????????????

lv 3 diploma TDA3.1
communication and profesional realationship with children and young people /adults

explain the skill needed ton communicate with children yong people and adults?


explain how you adapt your communication skills for the age of the child or young person ?

the context of communication ? and communica\tion difficultias
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Unread 06-28-2011, 08:35 PM
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Heya Noshad, I’ve just done this unit and can help you.

The skills needed for good communication - verbal communication (open and closed questions) and non-verbal communication (eye contact, gestures etc.)

You adapt by changing tone of voice, nodding you head for adults and “ooohhh yes” or ” that’s nice” for a child.

You have to adapt the context to overcome barriers such as environmental. Other barriers include cultural or language barriers. :chat:

Hope these notes help,

Little Roo
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thanyou for you r help hepled me alot
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