Support your clients with this practical resource to guide the development of social communication skills for adolescents and adults. Core pragmatic skills are essential for everyday communication and can be impacted by ABI, developmental disability, mental health or simply shyness. Confident use of communication is essential for success in relationships with peers, family and at work. Communicate with Confidence takes a positive approach to social communication and uses self-assessment tools to build on the individual’s own perception of their style of interaction. You can select exercises to develop self-awareness of important communication skills to build confidence. Information, hints and practical exercises for capacity building in five key communication skills; listening, talking, greetings and partings, manners and extending social networks are provided. These exercises will build confidence across a hierarchy of communication situations that are meaningful to the individual client.
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