By Michelle Evans
Figuring out sensory wishes is key for social paintings and care administration perform. Social employees are informed to mirror all alone perform, make precious program of idea and advertise anti-discriminatory perform perpetually. This publication will help scholars in determining those that have a sensory desire and allow them to have the information, talents and values to deal with this. Designed in particular to inspire scholars to construct self belief and increase talents necessary to top perform, this ebook is particularly dependent to deal with all features of sensory desire.
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Extra resources for Sensory Awareness and Social Work
Olivia enjoys socialising with other people and learning new information that the guide on the trip conveys. However, over the last few years Olivia’s hearing has started to deteriorate and she has found that she could not converse easily with other people on the trips or hear what the guide was saying. Olivia stopped booking the coach trips and became isolated. She became depressed and booked an appointment with her GP. She explained to the GP that the depression had begun when she could no longer go on the coach trips because continued 20 Chapter2 Communication methods for people with sensory needs CASESTUDYcontinued she could not hear well now.
This chapter will be focusing on the issue of communication for people who experience sensory need. It will explore a range of communication methods used by people with sensory needs, including British Sign Language (BSL), deafblind manual alphabet, lipspeaking and Braille. Alternative communication methods will also be explored such as the use of verbal and non-verbal forms of communication, observation and listening skills (Trevithick, 2005). Additionally, it will provide communication tips and practical guidance social workers can use to maximise residual hearing and vision in practice.
The first text to examine service user involvement and participation across both adult and children’s services. It is a clear and useful account of the principles and practice of user involvement, which draws together knowledge from research and the experiences of service users, carers and practitioners. It addresses the skills, knowledge and values that social workers need to be effective and make effective use of case studies to illustrate practice situations. 18 Chapter2 Communication methods for people with sensory needs A C H I E V I N G A S O C I A L W O R K D E G R E E This chapter will help to meet the following National Occupational Standards.
Sensory Awareness and Social Work by Michelle Evans