TDA 2.3 – Communication and Professional Relationships with Children Young People and Adults Interacting with and Responding to with Children and Young People

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TDA 2.3 – Communication and Professional Relationships with Children Young People and Adults Interacting with and Responding to with Children and Young People [TDA2.3 – 1.1,1.2,1.3,1.4, 2.1, 2.2] CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE 1) How to establish respectful, professional relationships with children and young people You’ll need to change your behaviour and method of communication when establishing respectful, professional relationships with children and young people. This can be done making yourself more approachable so that they feel safe to talk to you and ask for help. Its also important that you make them feel valued by listening to what they have to say and not rushing them or cutting off their sentences and also…show more content…
They may also find it difficult to concentrate and manage during times of excitement therefore you should be aware of what’s going on around them and try to calm the environment down or make transitional periods flow a lot smoother into the next activity. Remember to stay calm and use a non-threatening voice and try not to shout. Getting into a routine of capturing their attention by getting them to follow a pattern of hand clapping is an effective method. In regards to young people will be more mature and can participate in a more formal conversation although they my still need to practice waiting for their turn to speak in coversations. 3) A description of how to deal with disagreements between children and young people Children Approach them with a calm nature but with authority. Ask each child to explain what happened. To let them know that you are treating each one fairly by giving both of them a chance to explain what happened. After hearing what they’ve had to say and depending on the dispute it may call for you to explain to them the difference in right and wrong. Alternatively, the dispute may call for apologies. If that is the case help them to understand why they need to apologies by explaining that if they were put in the same position as the other person how they would feel. Young people At this stage young people would have developed their own personalities and have their own views

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