Communication between different members of the society is the primary concept that promotes proper behavior and understanding among people. Notably, the topic of conversation should be culturally inclusive to prevent discriminations and individual stigmatization. Additionally, conversation topics should also provide respect to the physically challenged especially persons that rely on sign languages in relaying information. Conversations between strangers should be basic, and personal factors such as political affiliations and family matters are avoided to reduce discomfort.
Frequent reading of instructions for a proper understanding should be conducted in failure to comprehend something important. Additionally, it is advisable to request for clarity of instructions from the provider to avoid miscommunication and performing irrelevant procedures. Request for assistance from friends that understand a particular set of directives is also critical to enable an appropriate communication with the physically challenged persons such as the deaf. Attentiveness is essential when communicating with the deaf since is eases the possibility of lip-reading thus understanding the signs.
The lack of knowledge of sign language inhibits efficient communication with the deaf in the society and this result in poor performance in crucial events. The communication barrier leads to the passing of inappropriate information that leads to conflicts between the various consortiums. Therefore, frequent communication with the deaf community requires one to undertake lessons on sign languages in the prospect of reducing negative happenings and respecting individual differences in culture.
The experiences at deaf events have encouraged me to create awareness among the community members on the importance of acceptance regardless of the social defects. Moreover, the signing language requires eye contact and looking away portrays rudeness to individuals. The experiences at the deaf events illustrate the liveliness in the deaf culture and the need for equality that depicts the capabilities of the deaf in building a nation.
Learning of sign languages, keeping of eye contact, and attentiveness during communication are the principle concepts that should be learned to communicate effectively with the deaf majority. Furthermore, communication to second persons requires attention, politeness, and ability to keep promises as learning factors for fruitful interactions.