Verbal And Non Verbal Communication Essay

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Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication
Communication is key to any health-care professionals in giving the best possible care to any client. Health-professionals such as nurses cannot afford any communication errors, especially dealing with someone else’s life. During the resident care conference for our group went according to plan. The group adopted a supportive communication technique based on mutual respect and that everyone has the right to express and share ideas and information, aim’s communication at solving the problem while creating multiple ways in solving the problem (Beebe, Beebe, Redmond, Geerinck, & Salem-Wiseman, 2015). The conference started when the health-care team acknowledges the presence of the daughter and the client and stated their roles and responsibilities to them. Throughout the conference everyone communicated well with each other and allowed time for each person to express their own ideas and concerns for the client. The social worker allowed everyone the opportunity to voice his or her opinions into the conference; by doing so, no one felt that they were neglected throughout the conference. The health-care team demonstrated a calm demeanor when the daughter was aggressively voicing out her concerns of the client’s declining health status. In doing so, the health-care team was able to assess the patient’s declining health status and made appropriate changes and modifications to the client’s plan of care with the collaboration of the client and the…

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