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Date & Assessment: Needs: Nursing Plans/Objectives Interventions & Rationale: Evaluation

Time: Diagnosis of Care:


Disabled family 1. Review past life GOAL NOT MET
February Objective: coping related to After 2 hours of experiences, role
19, 2017 C prolonged nursing changes, and coping After 2 hours of
12:00 PM O disease that interventions, the skills. nursing
Frustration
P exhausts family will R: Identifies skills that may interventions, the
toward the
I supportive demonstrate help individuals cope with family did not
problem
N capacity of positive coping grief of current situation demonstrate
noted
G significant behaviors in more effectively. positive coping
Low income
/ person dealing with 2. Identify the familys behaviors in
noted
S problems and use ability to cope dealing with the
Neglectful T R: Family outside support (experiences of loss, problem and did
care of the R systems/resources caregiver burden, not try to utilize
client in support is very
E important to the effectively needed supports.) outside support
regard to S R: Familys needs must be systems/resources
proper successful
S addressed to stabilize the effectively.
illness recovery of a
- family unit.
treatment person with
T 3. Identify underlying
noted O mental illness. situations that may
Carrying on L Caregiver contribute to the
usual E burden is defined inability of the family
routines R as the negative to provide needed
disregardin A reaction to the assistance to the
g clients N impact of client.
needs C R: Circumstances may have
providing care on
noted E preceeded the illness and
the caregivers
Neglectful now have a significant
relationship social,
P occupational, effect.
s with other A 4. Provde information
family and personal
T for family about
members T roles. Caregivers specific
noted E who attempt to illness/condition.
R balance R: Knowledge about the
N caregiving with illness/condition paves the
their other way for understanding and
activities, such formulation of interventions.
5. Establish priorities.
as work, family,
R: Helps create a sense of
and leisure, may
order and facilitates
find it difficult to problem-solving.
focus on the 6. Reassess familys
positive aspects ability to care for
of caregiving and client at home on an
often experience ongoing basis.
more negative R: Behaviors like hoarding,
reactions, such clinging, unjust accusations,
as an increased and angry outbursts can
sense of precipitate family burnout
burden.4345 and interfere with ability to
provide effective care.
Regardless of
7. Acknowledge
amount of care difficulty of the
provided, situation for the
caregivers may family.
become R: Reduce feelings of
increasingly blame/guilt.
more distressed 8. Emphasize the need
if they are unable for family members
to participate in to obtain adequate
valued activities rest and nutrition and
and interests. to identify and utilize
stress management
Caregiving
techniques.
responsibilities R: So that they are ablt to
can have a emotionally and physically
negative effect deal with the stress and
on work roles as manage coping.
9. Discuss familys
caregivers adapt
power to change a
employment
situation or the need
obligations to to accept a situation.
manage and R: To help the client
meet care maintain self-esteem and
demands. look at the situation
realistically with the aid of a
trusted individual. This
search is an effort to make
sese of the event, gain
control, and cope.

Interdependent:

1. Discuss possibility of
isolation. Reinforce
need for support
systems.
R: The belief that a single
individual can meet all the
needs of the client
increases the potential for
physical or mental illness
due to caregiver role strain.