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First and Second Level of Assessment; Inadequate Living Space

First and Second Level of Assessment; Inadequate Living Space

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Published by: Alynna Valbuena on Jun 27, 2012
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INADEQUATE LIVING SPACE TO MEET THE FAMILY SIZE.
Criteria Score Computation Justification
Nature of theProblemModifiability of the ProblemPreventivePotentialSalience of theProblem
 21212 / 3 X 1 = 0.671 / 2 X 2 = 12 / 3 X 1 = 0.671 / 2 X 1 = 0.5This is considered as a healththreat because inadequateliving space and ventilationpredispose the family to healthproblems and may affect theactivities of its members.
The family’s
resources areinadequate to provide a properliving space to its members dueto prioritized needs. But theresources of the nurse such ashealth teachings and advisescan promote change in theproblem.The lack of resources makes itdifficult to achieve totalproblemmodifiability and thus, may nottotally decrease the possibilityof problems that may occur inthe futureThe family experiences somedifficulty regarding thisproblem but explains that thisis not their priority.
TOTAL = 2.84

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