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COMMUNICATION

communication disability adaptations, types of communication and my own disability idea!
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Essa Saeed

on 25 May 2010

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WHAT COMES TO MIND WHEN YOU HEAR COMMUNICATION? COMMUNICATION IN CASE YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT COMMUNICATION IS... I WILL TELL YOU Communication is the process of sending encrypted data from one being to another. I used the word encrypted because there are many languages and each language encrypts what you say differently, to unencrypt (for us) now is like second nature because our brain is so used to unencrypting it happens almost instantly. Unencrypting is just another way of saying decoding or understanding. A SIMPLE COMUNICATION DIAGRAM MY TOPICS TYPES OF COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION DISORDER ADAPTATIONS
MY OWN CREATIVE COMMUNICATION IDEA! THIS DIAGRAM SHOWS 3 SIMPLE STEPS TO
COMMUNICATE, 1, CODIFYING WHAT YOU WISH TO TELL PEOPLE ABOUT, 2, TO SEND THE MESSSAGE AND 3,(WHICH APPLYS TO THE RECEIVER) TO DECODE AND TO USE PRIOR KNOLEDGE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT.
TYPES OF COMMUNICATION THERE ARE MANY
TYPES AND TOOLS OF
COMMUNICATION,
FOR EXAMPLE: SIGN LANGUAGE
POSTURE
FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
EYE MOVEMENT
BODY LANGUAGE
SIGNS
TELEPHONE
TELEGRAM
RADIO
TELIVISION
MAIL
E-MAIL
THE AVERAGE HUMAN
COMMUNICATION
DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE (approx.) YEAR(S) OF AGE 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 --------Hearing--------- --------------------------------Speaking------------------------- Reading And Writing Communication disorders could be genetic GenETIC MEANS THAT THE DISORDER
IS IN THE PERSON'S GENE.
SOME DISORDERS ARE INHERITED.
THERE ARE ALSO DISORDERS
THAT ARE NOT GENETIC... ACCIDENT CAUSED INURIES
SUCH AS, MEMORY LOSS/DAMAGE
BLINDNESS AND EVEN DEAFNESS CAN BE EXAMPLES OF NON-GENETIC DISORDERS. BRAILLE Braille, is a communication disorder
adaptation device which simply put
is the alphabet but each letter is
represented by a different placing of
raised black dots on an area of 2 by 3
dots. This can be used for the deaf, and
blind(with deafness). For the blind and deaf (which braille was originally made for) you would need to raise or push the dots outward so instead of seeing the
darkened dots you would feel the
amount and the placing of the raised
dots and would be able to tell what each word is and even though the part of using prior knoledge would be quite
difficult because they would not know what anything looks like or sounds like... if they were blind and deaf all their lies. Helen Keller was a healthy student, who became blind and deaf, so her parents had to get her a special teacher. They decided to get her a teacher called Anne Sulivan, because Helen couldn't talk she would often have tamper tantrums. Ms.Sullivan was blind and thankfuly was cured, thats how she knew what Helen Keller would be going through. To teach Helen Keller about the world she had to do things like take her out to a water pump and she would hold Helen's hand out and while she poured water on it she would write the word "water" in Helen's hand. At first Helen had no idea what was going on, but she soon found out what Miss Sulivan was trying to teach her. Soon Helen was introduced to the Braille system, named after the inventor (Louis Braille). Miss Sulivan had introduced Helen to the system and soon Helen had overcome her disability. She still had it but she adapted to it. MY CREATIVE COMMUNICATION IDEA! I HAVE a creatIVE COMMUNICATION IDEA
WHICH I HOPE IS NOT ALREADY A REAL THING. MY IDEA IS... HUMAN SONAR!! I thought that if bats and submarines have sonar why can't we? Human Sonar would be similar to bat
sonar if the person was blind. Bats screech
and that bounces off objects to tell the bat
where to go and not to go.
But if the person was blind and deaf then
device would send a wave out and if it hit
something it would come back and tingle the
part of the body headed in that direction,
therefore helping the person get around. Now
for the communication part of my idea, I
would have a almost cellphone like pad
which would have letters not numbers, and
that each letter would be in braille. The
person on the receiving end, would have
special rings around his fingers and toes, of
course that only adds upto 20, and there are 26
letters in the alphabet, so therefore 6 fingers
of the person's choice would have to bear 2
rings. Each time you would press a letter on
the braille pad it would send out a specific wave
which would be attracted to a certain ring-each
ring representing a different letter, once
the wave and the ring meet, the area of which the
2 collided(which is the ring) will have a slight vibration notifying the receiver what letter is where in the word.
A person can only send one wave per 10 seconds, giving
the receiver time to understand, respond and keep track. THANKS FOR BEING A GOOD AUDIENCE!! , ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT PEOPLE "Intelligence is the ability
to adapt to change"
-- Stephen Hawking Sadly, Stephen Hawking has a condition which is similar to
ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Scerosis. His condition has gotten
worse over the years and most of his body is now paralyzed. His
condition is a muscle dysrophy, which slowly weakens the muscles that move the human body, making him paralyzed. STEPHEN HAWKING Because of his condition he needs
a special way to communicate.
One communication device he
uses is the Radio Control device.
To use it he looks at his keyboard
and with his eye he looks at the
letter he wants, then by twitching
his eye he selects that letter and
that is one of his communication
methods. He can only select
about 4 letters per minute. AccordING TO MY RESEARCH STEPHEN HAWKING IS ALSO
USING A COMMUNICATION DEVICE CALLED NEOSPEECH'S
TEXT-TO-SPEECH ENGINE. THIS DEVICE HELPS MR.HAWKING
COMMUNICATE TO OTHER PEOPLE. WHAT IT DOES IS IT ALLOWS
HIM TO SELECT SOME WORDS UNTIL HE HAS A FULL SENTENCE
AND AT THE CLICK OF A BUTTON THIS PROGRAM HE USES
CONVERTS HIS SENTENCE INTO SPEECH.
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