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Nursing Care Plan Autism

Nursing Care Plan Autism

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Nursing Care Plan CUES/DATA Subjective data Tinigil muna naming yung therapy at saka gamut kasi

kulang na sa budget"As verbalized by the client s mother Objective data DIAGNOSIS Ineffective therapeutic Regimen r/t economic difficulties RATIONALE Due to financial limitations may find the situation overwhelming and unable to follow the treatment plan. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES After 20 min of nursing intervention, client s mother will identifies appropriate resources NURSING INTERVENTION -Eliminate unnecessary clinic visits -If the patient lacks adequate support in following the prescribed treatment plan, initiate referral to a support group RATIONALE -the physical demands of traveling o an appointment, th financial costsincurred cause the patient to avoid followups -groups that come together for mutual support and information can be beneficial, especially to patients OUTCOME

CUES/DATA Subjective data Objective data looks on other directions during interview

DIAGNOSIS Impaired Verbal communication r/t reduced ability to read body language

RATIONALE

Autistics have reduced ability to read body language which means less sympathetic emotions or

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES After 4 weeks of nursing intervention, client was able to
improve communication to get needs met and to relate effectively with persons and his

NURSING INTERVENTION -Asses the primary and referred means of communication such as verbal, written, gestures -assess the ability to understand words -encourage attempt s to communicate; praise attempts and achievements -listen attentively when

RATIONALE -May have skill with many forms of communication, yet they will prefer one method for important communication - it important to assess if patient can understand English, Filipino or other

OUTCOME

much less able to innately understand that person s feelings.

or her environment.

the client attempts to communicate. maintain eye contact with the patient when speaking., stand close, within the patients line of vision -give ample time to respond Collaborative -Advise to undergo speech therapy and enrolled to a specialized school -encourage family to talk frequently

language. Autistic patients lacks social contact which hinders them -Positive feedbackenhances the patients effort to overcome communication barriers - they need feedback about the successof their communication attempts. -so patient can better understand you -they may have slow reaction -specialist can help them build their communication skills.In a specialized school, client wil be able to learn and enhance what he is capable of -decreases the patients sense of isolation

CUES/DATA Subjective data

DIAGNOSIS Risk fo injury

RATIONALE

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

NURSING INTERVENTION

RATIONALE

OUTCOME

Objective data

CUES/DATA Subjective data Objective data

DIAGNOSIS Impaired social interaction

RATIONALE

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

NURSING INTERVENTION

RATIONALE

OUTCOME

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