all of the important things are in the attached files … please read it carefully

all of the important things are in the attached files … please read it carefully
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Assignment 3 Communication & Diversity The essentials Due: June 6th Write 2,000 words (+/- 10%) Reference list is not included in word count Use the program to check for plagiarism A Face Page with the Student’s name, Student Number and the Title of the Essay is encouraged. Pick one group One group of people with a particular disability: you can narrow this down – eg. autism is a very broad group, you may wish to choose a group of people with a particular type of communication impairment associated with autism. Other examples: visual impairment, Down syndrome, Asperger’s syndrome Part 1: Introduction Describe the disability Describe the known impact of this disability on communication Use references (300 – 500 words) Part 2: Communication Strategies Describe and discuss: communication strategies and aids which are known and recommended as supports for the group of people you have chosen Provide a thorough analysis and review of known strategies Discuss what strategies you could implement yourself – as a professional / communication partner – to facilitate communication Mention: how you would address principles of inclusion practice and cultural or language differences which impact on the communication interface (1,000 – 1,400 words) Inclusion Practitioners “Communicating as an inclusive health or social services practitioner across such diversity can be challenging. Being inclusionary as practitioners require that we treat all people who present for service and support with equity and without discrimination.” For more information – refer to Topic 2 Readings & Class Notes There are many aspects to consider as an Inclusive Practitioner: Culture: a person’s sense of self and place in the world is influenced by their culture; Includes values, beliefs, artefacts, ways of behaving, ways of communicating; Influences: communication directly (eg. eye contact in Indigenous cultures) and indirectly (eg. meanings associated with concepts such as dementia). Cultural…