Hcs 245-Week 5

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(Week 1 DQ #2) Class, In our first DQ, we discussed the various cultural barriers that we might see on a routine basis; however there are still many more barriers to effective communication. These might be more associated with physical and psychological barriers. Here are two real-world questions that we most of us will encounter throughout our health care career regularly... How might a provider communicate more effectively with a person who is hearing impaired? Also, how might a provider communicate more effectively with an adolescent versus an adult? Paul Wing, MBA/HRM, B.S. MT(ASCP), CLS(NCA) Net’s Solution – A provider may find communicating with someone who is hearing impaired very difficult to deal with at times. Although,…show more content…
(2003). Retrieved from http://www.ada.gov/hospcombrscr.pdf Communicating With Children, Adolescents and More Than One Patient at A Time. (2002). Retrieved from http://www.skillscascade.com Net’s Comments- Angel you have listed a great view point on communicating with one who is hearing impaired. A great invention is the CART which as you mentioned is a computer assisted real time transcription or where the hearing impaired person uses a computer to communicate. Most commonly language used is sign language and speech interprets. I think most adolescents face issues with communicating with Providers because they have not builded a bond. If a child doesn’t feel comfortable they tend not to say much and shy away . I think providers should try to become more involved or try methods to get the child interested as I mentioned in my post such as trying to offer a treat for communicating . In other words once the provider sees you they should state great job and give the child a blow pop or candy so the next visit they are familiar of a treat , this will eventually open up a wide communication field. I know it worked when I was a child , Posted by Lachelle Gilbert- There are ways to communicate with the hearing impaired and one way is to provide the same respect, empathy, probing with a combination of other necessity like speech reading, lipreading, writing, and visual language system and assistence of an interpreter. These are ways that
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