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Family Nursing Care Plans

Health Problem Lack of Knowledge in the present problems such as stairs with no hand rails, presence of breeding sites, presence of accidental hazards and improper waste disposal. Family Nursing Problem Inability to anticipate risk factors due to lack of knowledge on the identified problem such as risk for injury and dengue. Goal of care After nursing interventions, the family will be able to identify the risk factors on the actual condition and make plans to modify the open drainage, placing sand on stagnant water, proper waste disposal, and prevent any accidents such as putting side rails beside the stairs. Objectives of Care After nursing interventions, the family will be able to !.recognize the possible risk factors such as injury"fracture#, and dengue with regards to the condition identified$ %. enumerate various ways on maintaining safety and to prevent fall hazards such as putting side rails beside the stairs. &. select a course of action to correct and solve the problem such as instructing client to place side rails beside the stairs, place sand on stagnant water and proper waste disposal. '. identify the positive outcomes upon planning the solution to the problem, e.g., avoidance from injury and dengue. Nursing Intervention !. Assess the family(s perceptions with regards to the problems identified. %. )iscuss with the family the possible risk factors such as risk for injury and dengue that will result with the occurrence of the problem. &. *mphasize to the family the importance of solving the problem and on maintaining an environment which is safety at home such as proper waste disposal, clean the stagnant water and putting side rails beside the stairs to prevent injury. '. +rovide suggestions about solving the problem and preventive measures on fall hazards such as putting side rails beside stairs, cleaning their stagnant water and enhancing the safety of each family member. ,. *valuate the family(s plan or course of action they are going to make. Method of Family-Nurse Contact -ome visit esources e!uired .aterial resources /isual aids 0ime and effort of the student nurse and the family members. *1penses for teaching aids, foods and transportation of the student nurse.

Health Problem +resence of breeding or resting sites of vectors of diseases

Family Nursing Problem Inability to provide a home environment conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to !.Ignorance of the importance of sanitation %. Lack of knowledge of regarding preventive measures

Goal of care After nursing intervention the family will be able to eradicate the presence of these unwanted sites of vectors causing diseases such as placing sand on stagnant water and therefore will maintain a home environment conducive to health.

Objectives of Care After nursing intervention the family will a.be aware and be more knowledgeable about the importance of proper sanitation especially at home. b" be able to eliminate the presence of these breeding sites of vectors by placing sand. c. recognize the causes of breeding sites such as to prevent the occurrence of diseases like dengue, malaria.

Nursing Intervention !.)iscuss the importance and purposes of proper sanitation$ a. +roper hand washing to deter the spread of microorganism. b. keep kitchen utensils, dishes and food keeping in a safe covered place to prevent resting sites for vectors. c. +roperly dispose garbages to prevent breeding sites of vectors. d. animals like dogs and cats should be kept in a cage to prevent the spread of ticks and lices. #" 2ite the causes and effects of the prevalence of these unwanted pests around the home such as dengue due to stagnant water and infection due to open wounds. $" 3uggest methods that would eliminate the breeding sites of vectors such as placing sand on stagnant water, properly cover the food at the table, change the water of the vase everyday and cover water containers properly. %" *1plore with the family the ways of improving home sanitation considering its limited resources

Method of Family-Nurse Contact -ome visit

esources e!uired .aterial resources /isual aids 0ime and effort of the student nurse and the family members. *1penses for teaching aids, foods and transportation of the student nurse.

a" emphasize to the family the proper storage of food that may attract vectors because it may lead to illnesses such as diarrhea, abdominal pain. b" instruct all family members to prevent accumulation of stagnant water around their home since this is a good breeding place for insects.

Health Problem

Family Nursing Problem

Goal of care After nursing intervention, the family will think of necessary action to reduce potential hazards in the home environment

Objectives of Care After nursing intervention, the ff. should be achieved !.0he family will know the importance of a safe environment free from hazards and accidents %.0he family will be aware and knowledgeable of the hazards in their home including its preventive measures

Nursing Intervention !. +rovide information of safety needs or injury prevention and motivation to prevent injury such as putting side rails beside the stairs. %.)iscuss about supervision for the young one and for the mother, the improvement of the facility$ a. guide or accompany the child in climbing the stairs. b. put side rails beside the stairs to prevent falls. c. instruct mother not to use the stairs to prevent from falls and injury.

+resence of 4isk for injury accident hazards related to stairs with no hand rails

Method of Family-Nurse Contact -ome /isit

esources e!uired .aterial resources /isual aids 0ime and effort of the student nurse and the family members. *1penses for teaching aids, foods and transportation of the student nurse.

Health Problem

Family Nursing Problem

Goal of care After nursing intervention, the family will take necessary action to promote cleanliness on their environment such as proper disposal of garbages.

Objectives of Care After nursing intervention, the family will !. know the importance of long5term benefits of investing in health maintenance, hygiene and sanitation$ a. you will be able to pay lower doctor cost. b. Longer life c. 6ou will look much better and livelier d. A proper place to stay with no presence of vectors around. %. carry out measure in preventing cross infection of illnesses such as proper hand washing. &. utilize the community resources for healthcare such as monthly checkups and complete immunization. '. Learn proper waste segregation. ,. 7nderstand the importance of health maintenance, hygiene and preventive measure of the illness.

Nursing Intervention !.)iscuss a. the importance of health maintenance, hygiene and sanitation by discussing to them the proper waste disposal, proper food storage, clean the stagnant water and prevent accidental hazards. b. the possibility of having cross infection of illnesses. %. 0eaching the family the proper way of disposing garbages such as having trash bin in there home. &. -elp the family understand the importance of health maintenance, hygiene and sanitation by teaching the complications that would occur if they improperly throw their garbages such as dengue, diarrhea and infection.

+oor Inability to provide a environmental home environment condition conducive to health maintenance related to risk for infection.

Method of Family-Nurse Contact -ome /isit

esources e!uired .aterial resources /isual aids 0ime and effort of the student nurse and the family members. *1penses for teaching aids, foods and transportation of the student nurse.

Health Problem Improper waste disposal

Family Nursing Problem !. Inability to properly dispose of garbage due to a.Lack of initiative b. Absence of proper waste container c. )eficient knowledge on recycling.

Goal of care After the implementation of the nursing interventions, the family will be able to dispose of their garbage in the right place.

Objectives of Care After nursing interventions, the family will be able to a. dispose of their garbage by letting the garbage truck collect it. b. properly segregate all recyclable garbage from the biodegradable waste. c. have a container with a cover "recycled container# that may be used as a trash bin. d. learn more about the degrading effects of improper waste disposal to the environment and to the health of people such as dengue, diarrhea.

Nursing Intervention !. *ncourage the clients to take their garbage to the main road to be collected by the garbage truck at the right day. %. a. discuss with the clients more information on recycling, since they already know the basic facts of it and they practice it such as producing newspaper into a new paper and using plastic bottles into ornaments. b. *ncourage the clients to have a covered container big enough to contain trashes, to serve as the family(s trash bin. 7sed plastic jugs covered with plywood will do, as long as the family will clean it regularly. d. )iscuss with the family the harmful effects of improper disposal of wastes such as dengue, diarrhea

Method of Family-Nurse Contact -ome /isit

esources e!uired .aterial resources /isual aids 0ime and effort of the student nurse and the family members. *1penses for teaching aids, foods and transportation of the student nurse.

and infection. )iscuss with them that throwing materials in the river will not only cause pollution but it may also become a vector of diseases.

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