By Veronica Lambert, Tony Long, Deirdre Kelleher
Aimed toward scholar nurses in addition to these already practising and searching out a textual content to aid their CPD, this booklet goals to aid children?s nurses speak with self assurance, sensitivity and effectiveness in what may be very difficult environments.
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They are quick to pick up tones of voice that may be infantilizing or patronizing to them. It is important that children feel secure in their relationships with adults and that they know adults are there to support them, treat them as individuals, and sensitively participate in their play. Speak honestly using simple connected terms Notwithstanding the growing vocabulary and verbal capacity of most preschool children, their ability to understand complex sentences, particularly in relation to the unfamiliar, should not be taken for granted.
Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. 26 27 Use a soothing and calming tone when speaking to an infant A soothing and calming tone when talking to the infant helps allay anxiety. Speak slowly, watch and wait for a response. , Uuuu aaare sooo goood! Aistear (NCCA 2009), the early learning curriculum, offers an excellent guide for adults to initiate, develop, and support communication skills when working with infants, toddlers, and young children. From 9 to 12 months infants might say ‘mama’ or ‘dada’ for the first time, and will communicate using body language.