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Describe the potential effects on an individual of having unmet communication needs.
the potential impact includes low self esteem and low social involvement
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explain how own role and practice can impact on communication with an individual who has specific commication needs
Weegy: If an individual’s communication needs are not met then all aspects of their daily life can be affected such as not being able to communicate you are well and get help. [ This could be more severe in the case of abuse whereby the individual can’t communicate effectively to alert others if they are being abused and can be vulnerable to abuse. The result could also put others in dangers for example if a person’s communication needs were not met and they discovered a fire they would not be able to report it quickly which would put others in danger. It would also impact other rights such as those covered by the GSCC’s codes of practice which include; diversity, equality, control, dignity, effective communication, risks, safety and security. These would be infringed because the individual would not be able to effectively communication their opinions or views in relation to these rights. ] (More)
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describe the potential effects on an individual of having unmet communication needs
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