Family Nursing Care Plan

Family Health Problem| Family Nursing Problem| Goal of Care| Objective of Care| Nursing Intervention| Method of Family Contact| Resources Required| 1. Malnutrition as health deficit. | Inability to recognize the presence of malnutrition due to lack of knowledge. | After the intervention, the family will be able to recognize the problem. | After the nursing Intervention, the family will be able to plan and prepare balanced meals within the family’s budget. After the intervention, the family will be able to participate in activities that reduce their weakness.

After the intervention, the family will be able to verbalize knowledge of the disease process, individual risk factors, and treatment plan. The family will be able to demonstrate progressive weight gain toward goal. The family will be able to display normalization of lab. values and be free of signs of malnutrition. | 1. Discuss the implications of the signs and symptoms of malnutrition and consequences of it. 2. Discuss eating habits, including food preferences, intolerances/ averstones. 3. Evaluate impact of cultural, ethnic or religious desires or influences. 4. Note age, body build, strength, activity / rest level. . Evaluate total daily Food intake. Obtain dietary of calorie intake, pattern and times of eating. | Home visit| Time and effort of the student nurses and the family member. | Family Health Problem| Family Nursing Problem| Goal of Care| Objective of Care| Nursing Intervention| Method of Family Contact| Resources Required| 2. Entrance at school as foreseeable crisis | Inadequate competencies in relating to each other for mutual growth and maturation. | After the intervention, the family will be able to be competent in relating to each other for mutual growth and maturation.

After the nursing intervention, the family will be able to decide and prepare for the schooling of their children. After the intervention the family will be able to identify resources within self. The family will be able to provide opportunity for care receiver to deal with situation. The family will be able to express more realistic understanding and expectations. Will be able to demonstrate lifestyle changes to cope with and for resolve problematic factors. | 1. Discuss with the family the consequences of schooling and if the family are not ready financially and emotionally. . Discuss impact of and ability to handle role changes necessitated by situations. 3. Discuss family member’s life goals, perceptions and expectations of self. 4. Acknowledge difficulty of the situation for the family. 5. Establish a therapeutic relationship conveying empathy and uncon-ditional positive regard. | Home visit| Time and effort of the student nurses and the family member. | Family Health Problem| Family Nursing Problem| Goal of Care| Objective of Care| Nursing Intervention| Method of Family Contact| Resources Required| 3. Urinary Tract Infection| 1.

Inability to recognize the presence of the condition or problem due to lack of inadequate knowledge. 2. Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health actions due to failure to comprehend the nature/magnitude of the problem/condition. 3. Inability to provide adequate nursing care to the sick, disabled, dependent or vulnerable/at-risk family member due to lack of inadequate knowledge about the disease/health condition. | After nursing intervention, the family will be able to have adequate knowledge in UTI treatments, causes, and nature. After nursing intervention, the family will: a. Relieve symptoms b. Eliminate the infection and prevent recurrence c. Prevent unlikely but serious complications such as kidney damage and sepsis. d. Protect the fetus. | 1. Discuss: a. Nature and causes of UTI. b. Signs and symptoms of UTI. c. Possible effects of UTI on pregnancy. 2. Ask the client to: d. Drink a lot of water and fluids. e. Urinate frequently to empty bladder each time. f. Drink cranberry/buko juice. g. Take a hot bath or lay a heating pad over the genitalia area to relieve pain. h.

Comply with the doctors orders. | Home Visit| Time and effort of the student nurses and the family member| Family Health Problem| Family Nursing Problem| Goal of Care| Objective of Care| Nursing Intervention| Method of Family Contact| Resources Required| 4. Presence of Breeding place for insects and rodents| Threat of cross-infection from insects and rodents1. Inability to recognize the presence of health threat due to lack of knowledge about the condition2. Inability to make decisions with respect to talking appropriate health action on the threat due to comprehend the nature of the problem3.

Inability to provide a home environment conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to a. Ignorance of preventive measures| After nursing intervention, the presence of breeding place for insects and rodents is eliminated. | After nursing intervention, the family will be able to maintain cleanliness in their house and reduce the presence of commu-nicable diseases and infections| 1. Discuss to the family the dangers of insects and rodents2. Explore with the family ways of implementing measure to personal hygiene especially among the dependent members3.

Explore with the family ways of implementing sanitation measures such as sweeping and washing the floors everyday| Home visit| Time and effort of the student nurses and the family member. | Family Health Problem| Family Nursing Problem| Goal of Care| Objective of Care| Nursing Intervention| Method of Family Contact| Resources Required| 5. Family Size Beyond what family resources can adequate| Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to lack of knowledge as to alternative courses of action open to the family. After nursing intervention, the family will decide on appropriate actions to maintain family size based on a sense of res- ponsibility for love and life. | After nursing intervention, the couple: a. Can explain what planning the family is all about. b. Can enumerate the various ways of maintaining the size of the family. c. Will select a method most appropriate for them. d. Will consult the nurse after delivery for guidance on the alternative/ method chosen. |

1. Analyze with the couple critical issues related with marital relationship and the parent’s responsibility for love and life as basis for maintaining family size. . Discuss with the couple the alternative courses of action. 3. Analyze with the couple the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative/ method to encourage better decision making on the best option given the family’s situated possibilities. 4. Explore with the family especially with the couple ways of encouraging growth promoting activities to enhance marital relationship for family life education. 5. Provide information on the consultation hours of the nurse. | Home visit| Time and effort of the student nurses and the family member. |

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