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Health and social care work often involves formal communication. For example, if you went to a local authority social services reception desk you might expect to be greeted with the phrase 'Good morning. How can i help you?' This formal communication is understood by a wide range of people. Formal communication also shows respect for others. The degree of formality or informality is called the language 'register'. Imagine going to the reception desk and being greeted with the phrase 'What you after then?' Some people might actually prefer such an informal greeting.
it might put them at ease, making them feel that the other person is like them. But in many situations, such informal language could make people feel that they are not being respected. Being 'after something' could be a 'put down; you might assume that you are being seen as a scrounger. So it is often risky to use informal language unless you are sure that other people expect you to do so. If you are treated informally, you may interpret this as not being treated seriously, or 'not being respected'. So is there a correct way to speak to people when you first introduce yourself? After all, if you are too formal you may come across as pretentious or 'posh'.Usually care workers will adjust the way they speak in order to communicate respect for different 'speech communities'.