Barriers to Communications Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: attitude: when a worker is abrupt due to time limits, not having enough resources or their mood, the person they are speaking to may feel intimidated or frustrated and not want to communicate, technology: when the electronic aids known to be the best way for someone to communicate are not available. , positioning: sitting too close could be intimidating and would make an individual feel uncomfortable. sitting too far away could show lack of interest or concern, emotions: when someone is depressed, angry or upset their emotions may affect their ability to think and communicate in a sensible way, physical: when someone has conditions that create communication difficulties, for example, being breathless, not having any teeth or being in pain, time: not giving individuals a moment to say what they want; to may make them feel rushed and reluctant to express their true wishes, body language: crossed arms or legs, poor facial expressions, poor body positioning, constant fidgeting or looking at a watch or mobile phone can all make someone less likely to communicate, privacy: think carefully about where and when a confidential conversations should take place, stereotyping: generalizations about a group of people that are wrong and misleading. an example would be that ‘all older people are hard of hearing’.