UNIT 1 LEVEL 2
Introduction to Communicate in Health, Social care or children’s and young people’s settings
1. Give three reasons why people want to communicate. 1. People may want to communicate to express their wants or needs. 2. People may want to communicate to share their ideas or to teach others for example if i were taking a new carer out shadowing I would want to communicate effectively so i know I have done my best to let them know what and how to do the job. 3. People may want to communicate to express their feelings as it is not always possible to tell from facial expressions or body language.
2. Why is it important to ensure you communicate effectively?
It is important to communicate effectively to
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