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					FAMILY NURSING CARE PLAN

FAMILY PROBLEM

NURSING DIAGNOSIS

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERVENTIONS

RATIONALE

EVALUATION

Poor environmental Inability to provide a home environment which is sanitation. conducive to health Cues: maintenance and  Improper waste personality development disposal and open due to: a. Inadequate family drainage system resources, just beside their specifically: house that turns out  Financial to be a favorable reservoir for certain constraints / vectors. limited financial resources.  Cans, bottles, b. Lack of knowledge wastes and so on of importance of are not kept in hygiene and proper garbage sanitation. receptacles. c. Lack of skill in carrying out measures to improve home environment.

Goal: After nursing interventions, the family will perform appropriate actions regarding the eradication of the breeding sites of vectors such as insects, rodents, and other vectors. Objectives: After nursing interventions, the family will: a. Discuss the importance of eliminating the breeding site of vectors. b. Know and determine the consequences of most common diseases they may acquire. c. Enumerate at least

a. Discuss importance eliminating breeding sites vectors.

the of the of

a. To know the level of awareness of the family and add information / knowledge. b. To determine ability to care for the family and to identify potential health and safety hazards. c. To meet individual needs.

b. Discuss home environment / perform home visits, as appropriate.

Goal partially met because the family had discussed the importance of eliminating breeding sites of vectors but didn’t enumerate diseases that they can acquire because of unexpected circumstances.

c. Assist the family to identify and acquire necessary equipments.

three treatments concerning the breeding sites of vectors.

accident Inability to provide a home environment which is conducive to health Cues: maintenance and personality development  Unkept pointed or sharp materials like due to: knives, bolo, Lack of knowledge of preventive measures. chainsaw, etc.  Vehicular accident hazards as evidenced by the location of the house just along the national road that makes the members of the family, most especially the children, more prone to accident. Presence hazards. of

Goal: After nursing interventions, the family will verbalize understanding of individual factors that contribute to possibility of accidents / injury. Objectives: After nursing interventions, the family will: a. Discuss the importance of keeping all those sharp or pointed objects in their appropriate storage. b. Know and determine the consequences of those accident hazards.

a. Ascertain knowledge of safety needs / injury prevention and motivation. b. Identify interventions safety devices.

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a. To prevent accidents or injury in home Goal partially met and because some pointed community. objects, like knives and scissors, are still b. To promote not placed in the safe physical appropriate place / environment storage. and individual safety. c. To reduce or correct individual risk factors.

c. Perform home assessments / identify safety issues.

Unhealthful lifestyles and Inability to provide a home personal habits or environment which is conducive to health practices. maintenance and Cues: personality development  Frequent drinking due to: a. Inadequate family of alcohol; resources, habitually, the men specifically: in the family drink  Financial 2-6 bottles of liquor before eating their constraints / meals. limited financial resources.  Family members b. Lack of knowledge smoke; they can of importance of consume a hygiene and minimum of one sanitation. pack of cigarette c. Lack of skill in per day. carrying out  One or more family measures to members walk improve home barefoot outside the environment. house.

Goal: After nursing interventions, the family will demonstrate / plan for necessary lifestyle changes. Objectives: After nursing interventions, the family will: a. Discuss and determine the consequences of smoking and drinking alcohol habitually. b. Participate in family treatment programs.

a. Review family history; explore roles of family members and circumstances involving smoking and alcohol use. b. Discuss current / past methods of coping.

Goal not met because there is insufficient response of family members to treatment / teaching and actions performed due to lack of time and unavoidable b. To identify circumstances. methods that would be useful in the current situation. a. To assess contributing factors / underlying problems. c. To promote wellness.

c. Provide factual information to the family about the effects of smoking and alcohol use.

Family size beyond what Inability to recognize the family resources can presence of a problem due to: adequately provide. a. Lack of knowledge. b. Fear of consequence Cues: of diagnosis of problem,  Inadequate living specifically: space as evidenced by only two  Economic / cost sleeping rooms for implications. the nine members of the family.  The head of the family is unemployed.  The family only depends on the amount of money they get from selling and tricycle driving.

Goal: After nursing interventions, the family will look for effective ways to provide the enough income for the needs of the family. Objectives: After nursing interventions, the family will: a. Find means to have additional incomes to sustain all the needs of each member.

a. Perform visits.

home

b. Encourage the family to work effectively and teach them helpful ways to sustain their needs well.

a. To meet individual needs. b. To have enough knowledge on effective living.

Goal met because the family has enough resources to sustain their needs like working at the city hall office, tricycle driving and selling.


				
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