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Family Nursing Care Plan

#1 POOR SANITATION
Cues
SC:
mangaon
lage mi
usahay di
na ang
mga bata
kay gikan
nang
gidula
mokaun
dayun ra
diretso, di
na
manghug
as as s
verbalized
by Mrs. V
Lapak,
OC:
Child D
Lapak of
Mrs. V
Lapak eat

Health
problem
Poor
sanitation

Family
problem
Inability to
provide
home
environme
nt health
and
maintenan
ce due to
improper
hygiene
techniques
.

Goal of
Care
After
rendering
nursing
intervention
to our client
will be able
to learn
proper ways
of hygiene.

Objectives of
Care
Within 4 hours of
nursing
intervention, the
family will be
able to:
1.Include proper
handwashing
techniques
before and after
eating:

Intervention

1. Assess the
degree of
awareness of
the family with
regards to the
Existing
problems.

2. Identify ways
on how to
maintain hygiene

3. Gain
understanding
about the
activities of daily
living:

2. Teach the
client how to
perform
handwashing
correctly.

Method of Nursefamily
Home visit

Resources
Family
Interview

Discussion

Ocular
Survey

Demonstration

Data from
Brgy. Health
Workers.

his meal
without
washing
his hands
first. The
fingernails
as well as
the
toenails of
child D
Lapak are
untrimme
d, with dirt
under and
outside of
their
house.

4. Enumerate the
health problems
cause spread of
infection.
3. Discuss to
the family the
importance of
proper hygiene
of their health.

4. Encourage
them to wash
their hands
before and
eating.

Family Nursing Care Plan


#2 IMPROPER FOOD HANDLING
Cues
SC:
pasensya
na sa
kagubot s
among
kusina
Maam
wala pa
man gud
ko
nahuman
ug limpyo
as
verbalized
by Mrs. V
Lapak

OC: The
family
kitchen
has

Health
problem
Improper
food
handling

Family
problem
Inability to
decide
about
taking
appropriat
e actions
due to
failure to
comprehe
nd the
identified
problem
as a
health
threat.

Goal of
Care
Within 4
hours of
nursing
intervention
s, the family
will be able
to practice
the proper
ways on
handling
food and
recognized
the
importance
of proper
food
handling

Objectives of
Care
Within 4 hours of
nursing
interventions, the
family will be
able to:

1. Recogniz
ed the risk
factors
that will
contribute
d to the
identified
problems;
2. Identify
the
different
measures
to prevent
the
arousal of
risk
factors of

Intervention
1, Assess the family
concerning their
practice on handling
and preparing the
food.

2. Discuss with the


family the health
problems at will
occur if improper
food handling will
persist and lead to
undesirable illness
such as diarrhea.

3.determine the
importance of
preparing and
handling the food
properly:

Method of
Nurse-family
Home visit

Resources
Family interview

Ocular survey
Discussion

Demonstration

Data from BHC

unwashed
plates,
unorganiz
ed
placement
s of
utensils,
their
kitchen
utensils
are
exposed
to insects
and
rodents.
Their
cooked
foods are
being
placed on
the table
covered
by basin,
which
they also
use for
washing
their
dishes. As

problems
3. Determine
the
importanc
e of
preparing
and
handling
the food
properly:
4. Practice
and apply
the
technique
of food
handling
and
preparatio
n
5. Keep their
kitchen
clean and
free from
insects
and
rodents.

4. Practice and
apply the techniques
of food handling and
preparation.

5. Keep kitchen
clean and free from
insects and rodents.

we visit to
their
home,
they were
preparing
their
meals for
lunch;
they just
leave the
food
unattende
d

Family Nursing Care Plan


#3 POOR HOME CONDITION SPECIFICALLY INADEQUATE LIVING SPACE
Cues
SC:
Mao ra
man gud
makayara
sa among
budget
Maam,
mao nang
ing.ani
lang jud
tawun
among
balay
As
verbalized
by Mrs. V

Health
problem
Poor
condition
specifically
inadequate
living
space.

Family
problem
Inability to
provide a
home
environmen
t conducive
to health
maintenanc
e and
personal
developme
nt due to
inadequate
family
resources
specifically
limited

Goal of Care
After an hour
of health
teaching the
family will be
able to know
the risk factors
and health
treats caused
by inadequate
space for
living.

Objectives of
Care
After nursing
intervention, the
family will;
1.The family will
be able to know
the risk of
having a small
space to live in.

2.Identify risk
factors that may
affect the health
of the family
member.

Intervention
Discuss
the risk
factors of
inadequate
space in
the home
with large
Family
Educate
the
disease
that can
be
acquired
with

Method of
Nurse-family
Home
Visit

Resources
Family Interview

Ocular survey
Discussion

Demonstration

Data from BHC

Lapak.
OC:
The family
living
space is
inadequat
e for
them.
They dont
have
place
where to
eat.

physical
resources.

inadequat
e space in
the home