Effective Communication and Engagement with Children and Young People, their Families and Carers
- Ally Dunhill - University of Hull, UK
- Barbara Elliott - University of Hull, UK
- Angela Shaw - University of Hull, UK
This Book gives a clear overview of communication and the skills needed in a changing society. It reflects upon social changes and how communication within society has changed. It enables students to gain an understanding of the importance of effective communication and supports their knowledge for good practice.
Provides a full insight ito the historical background of social policy and provides a detailed account of core communication skills
A good book which will be recommended for one module.
A really good basic text which allows students to explore the importance of communication in supporting CYP. MY students found this a really easy text to use!
A subject that is sometimes hard to get across to learners, this book will be invaluable in helping their understanding and I will be recommending it is carried in the learning centre
For level 4 and 5, gives some good practical underpinnings for practice.
Takes a helpful approach to drawing together the historical basis and then exploring commication in this context
was not really relevant to the 2 modules I teach but I may well use if for the 12~13 students as I am teaching other modules