CARE PLANS Problem #1 Impaired Verbal Communication RT Left brain hemisphere stroke AMB aphasia, unable to verbally communicate

and the use of drawing boards. #2Alteration in Nutrition RT difficulty swallowing AMB hypoalbuminia, low T4, elevated glucose, and inability to maintain weight

seeing the wheels turn in his head and the attempt to verbalize his thoughts throughout the day. this happens because it is instinctive after a lifetime of celebrations. M is interested in learning to obtain his language and is highly motivated as manifested by actively listening. and the use of drawing boards and written word only as the only means of communication Cooperate in assessment of speechlanguage history. Mr.” and “mow. The patient repeated or wrote words back to reinforce sounds. and understand spoken language on day of care. When the SRN would understand what he meant or when he received word that he was going to get to go home. Language has never been a problem for this patient. Allowing for practice will give the patient he opportunity to perform skills in a controlled setting. He had a hard time with longer words that were three syllables such as Saturday and Sunday and words such as “knee. He is ready to learn and was captivated and put everything he had into assessment and repeating words. . Assessment was productive in determining what words and phrases he was able to say. This will provide a baseline for developing an individualized teaching plan The SRN used one-on-one to provide support and enhance application of new information by demonstrating words verbally and through written material. and understand spoken language.” “ko. he would clap his hands. -Assess speech-language history. ability to read and write. The patient repeated or wrote words back to reinforce sounds. Impaired Verbal Communication RT Left brain hemisphere stroke AMB aphasia. unable to verbally communicate. ability to read and write.” He was able to sing Happy Birthday by recall.Nursing Diagnosis NO AT RISK * Desire Outcome/Goal (for your patient) AT LEAST FIVE Patient Will: Nursing Actions/Interventions *Evaluation of Outcome/Goal (YOU ARE EVALUATING THE GOAL) Will take 30 minutes.

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