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2Adults with learning disabilitiesGive a brief overview of the activity/care and support provided:In an adult nursing program, I am a professional in care support development professional. A qualified and intelliprofessional with interests in high standards of service, my experience aligns well with the qualifications you arelooking for as regards Healthcare in particular, my role as a Care Support Worker Facilitating patient movement andpersonal care while maintaining a clean, safe environment for clients. Updating patient files and completing requiredocumentation. patient care coordination across a wide range of healthcare providers This is where I stand right nowand I have no idea what it's like to have a learning handicap. My perception of the world is influenced by factors thaare out of my control.Inpatients with learning difficulties who are being treated in acute care institutions are at risk of poor outcomes,according to several recent studies. In light of the questionable education they receive in this profession, adult pre-registration nursing students may not be fully prepared to give safe and effective care to these patients. The use ofsimulation is becoming widespread in pre-registration nursing education. Using real-life patients in educationalsimulations could enhance the student experience and the quality of treatment provided. This is a step in the rightdirection. Nursing students in their last year of pre-registration and the facilitator are asked to reflect on the impact osimulation involving learning disability service users on their personal and professional development.My interactions with students at an adult education facility for adults with learning disabilities enriched myeducation and my growth as a person. Frank will be referred to as "Frank" in this article (NMC, 2002). In socases, Frank's selective mutism made it impossible for him to participate. I started looking for new ways todeliver my point out of frustration at Frank's lack of understanding. Learning Disabilities and Mencap'sAccessible Language. Most communication takes place nonverbally, with words comprising only 7% of allexchanges (55 percent).Recognition and encouragement should be given to even nonverbal efforts to improvcommunication and engagement. Maintaining eye contact and paying attention to instructions are two exampof nonverbal participation in group events. This approach involves a large number of small steps. Speechlessnis just one of the most obvious and dramatic signs of an anxiety disorder. Reducing anxiety is the first step inimproving one's capacity to communicate verbally. Mutism at school necessitates dealing with other kinds of
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