Example Of Interpersonal Interaction

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Register to read the introduction… There are two ways in which a person can communicate which is verbal and non-verbal or body …show more content…
This is used in the Day centre when the service user is not capable to speak. Non verbal communication can be used to convey messages without having to use words. Non verbal forms of communication include facial expressions, touch, body posture, gestures, eye contact, music and dancing, tone of voice, signing etc.
Posture is a non-verbal form of communication. Posture is the way you sit or stand. Posture can send direct messages to people depending on the way service users want to communicate by using their body as a form of communication. Individuals who are sitting up straight can send many signals and express their feelings.
Facial expression
Facial expression is a non verbal form of communication that can be used by anyone and is a very common form of communication as anyone can do this. Facial expression is the way someone sends messages by facial expressions. An example of facial expressions could be a child who is smiling and her eyes are wide open which may indicate that she is happy. Your eyes can also indicate how you feel and what your emotions in addition to what your thoughts are. A child who has a frown on their face may indicate that they are upset and want to be left
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This is a non-verbal way of communication. Arts and crafts can communicate both formal and informal types of communication. Arts and crafts may be mainly aimed for children who do not like to talk about their problems orally. The service user’s emotional feelings may be drawn into a picture to show someone how they feel.
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Objects of reference
Objects of references can identify a service user’s emotions and feelings. Objects of reference may include pictures, paintings, souvenirs, sculptures etc. Objects of reference can identify people’s emotions and memories that they may have with them. Some paintings or pictures of people may bring memories and this a very effective way of communicating because by showing objects of reference it can be easy to identify what the service user is feeling or the way they may want to express their emotions.
Text messaging
Text messaging is a written and visual form of communication and this can be written both formally and informally. Text messaging can involve a group of people and on some occasions this can only involve two people depending on what they are communicating. Text messaging can be done by e-mail, phone, computers, social networks etc. text messaging can usually be informal and the common words that are used nowadays are, ‘hey, how are

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