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4 1 explain the meaning of the term confidentiality

Depending on the source where you seek the information there are from 3 to 6 main reasons to the communication. The one I prefer is the following classification: To make connections with others, To give or get support, comfort, understanding, friendship, love… 2.

  1. And also in the nonverbal environment shake hands, wave, smile… 1. There are many situations in which you should think about confidentiality.
  2. To influence others, to get people to do or believe what you want them to, to ask someone to do a task, to change the mind of another one about a subject… 5.
  3. We ensure all our written and electronic files are secure by keping them on a password protected computer which is only accessed by named staff members and viewed by appropriate offciials like ofsted and parents where a time to view them is organised. In addition, most settings now have a confidentiality policy and you must read and follow it.
  4. The nonverbal is biggest part of the communication.

To give or get Information: To share facts, instructions, reports, announcements, lectures, interviews, news… 3. To develop your own thinking, to learn, to share your ideas turning your thoughts into words, to reflect your opinion… 4.

  1. To share facts, instructions, reports, announcements, lectures, interviews, news… 3.
  2. There are many situations in which you should think about confidentiality.
  3. In an Early Years setting it is important to remember that children are people too; they have a right not to be discussed without good reason, and children who can talk may also notice, understand and pass on much more than you think if you talk in front of them! This service can help with changing the written text from one language to another.

To influence others, to get people to do or believe what you want them to, to ask someone to do a task, to change the mind of another one about a subject… 5. Tell jokes, watch movies, chat with friends, read a book… 6.

  • When working with children and young people there will be times when parents, colleagues or even children themselves will give us information that is not intended to be shared around;
  • Search for confidentiality in the amazon preview, page 15 says this is what confidential means Quote:

As a social ritual: And also in the nonverbal environment shake hands, wave, smile… 1. It is important the effective communication in all the relations in the work: When a carer is able to communicate effectively, he can explain all the aspects of the care to the individual making him fell safer and less anxious.

  • Real work situation 3;
  • Tell jokes, watch movies, chat with friends, read a book… 6;
  • There are many situations in which you should think about confidentiality;
  • Children's safety and well-being may be put at risk if details about their property or where they live, phone numbers, email, personal medical details and their daily routines are shared publicly.

The carer can also give advices to the individual so the care goes further than the calls or visits. When an individual has an effective communication with the carer, the carer can provide the best care giving what the individual need, responding to the changes in the need of the individual and providing support in the emotional level. When there is an effective communication between carers the performance of the care will be also more effective.

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The work will become safer by the help from one to each other with the moving and handling, not repeating the same task twice… It also helps making a good team so the carers will be happier to work together. The nonverbal is biggest part of the communication. For the carer, observe the reaction gives a good feedback on how he is developing his work.

When the carer find an individual who is not able to speak or has problems with the verbal communication for 1. There are different groups of barriers: Environmental noisy room or too hot or too cold environment, an uncomfortable chair…verbal people who speak very quickly, different languages…interpersonal prejudices about the race, sex, age of the other person…semantic the words can have two or more meaningsphysiological very low voice, deftness…psychological the receptor can have prejudices about the subject or the transmitter can be too much excited to speak properly3.

Real work situation 3. This includes sign language interpreters, lip speakers, deaf-blind communicators and note takers. This service can help with changing the written text from one language to another. This service can help with converting spoken language to another language. This service can support people who have had a stroke and have problems with their speech.

This service can support people who are unable to speak up for themselves. This service tries to understand the needs, wishes and preferences of people, and will argue on their behalf. Confidentiality means not sharing information about people without their knowledge and agreement, and ensuring that written and electronic information cannot be accessed or read by people who have no reason to see it 4.

As long as the daughter is taking care of his dressings, she has to know it in order to protect herself. One of the carers is in a trial because is suspect of abuse on, at least, two individuals. The court can ask for information about other people this carer had contact with to have more 4 1 explain the meaning of the term confidentiality. From sources such as policies and procedures of the workplace and senior members of staff including the manager when you have been asked to keep something secret or to disclose some information about an individual but you are not sure if is break the confidenciality.