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TABLE 1 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION

METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT

Poor Environmental Sanitation - Garbage can be seen disposed at the back and side of their house. Some garbage are stocked inside the hidden corners of the house. scattered containers, gallons, and pieces of woods.

1. Inability to provide a home environment conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to: a) Lack of knowledge about the importance of proper disposal of garbage.

After nursing intervention the family will able to know the importance of proper waste disposal and proper sanitation so that they can improve their surroundings with the use of proper disposing of the garbage.

After nursing 1. Establish intervention the rapport family will: 2. Discuss with a) Improve the family the their knowledge possible diseases in proper ways that might exist to dispose or that will result garbage. harm in improper garbage disposal. b) They can implement ways 3. Demonstrating of maintaining a proper separation 1. Home Visit. healthy family of biodegradable and community. to nonbiodegradable c) They can matters. practice and develop the 4. And to come proper disposal up with compost of garbage. pit. So that the family will know the importance and advantages of having a compost pit.

1. Material resources a) Broom made of coconut midrib. b) Shovel and sacks to be used in compost pit. 2. Financial resources. a.) Trans – portation for the nurse. b.) Money for the equipment needed. 3. Human resources.

TABLE 2 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT

Presence of breeding sites and other vector of diseases as a health treat. Scattered empty bottles and uncovered empty containers.

Inability to recognize the presence of the condition of the problem due to: a) Inadequate knowledge regarding the importance of proper sanitation with their surroundings as well as their home. b) Lack of knowledge of measures that can be taken to get rid of vectors of diseases.

After nursing intervention the family will identify the ways to prevent occurrence of disease that could threaten the family's health.

After nursing 1. Establish intervention the rapport. family will: 2. Discuss with a) Practive the family the various ways to course of make their actions open surrounding through them clean and so that they will maintain a know about the healthy vector of community as disease. well as their family. 3. Discuss with the family, the b) They can importance of implement pest having a control against healthy and vector of clean disease so that environment. they can prevent their 4. Encourage self in any them to use diseases. protective measures such as using mosquito net during night.

1. Human Resources. a) Time and effort of the nurse and the family. 2. Financial resources. 1. Home Visit. a) Transportation of the nurse.

TABLE 3 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT

Accident Hazards Pointed/ sharp objects Kitchen utensils such as knife are improperly kept.

Inability to make decision with respect in taking appropriate health action due to: a) Low salience of problem Inability to provide a home environment which is conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to: a) Ignorance of preventive measures.

After nursing intervention the family will be able to do some actions in order for them to avoid or prevent their self in any accidents.

After nursing intervention the family will: a) Make some alternative measures in keeping all the accidental hazards away from them especially to the children's

1. Establish rapport 2. Make them to realized the possible accidents that may occur due to improper storage of these kinds of objects. 3. Encourage them to always remind themselves in keeping properly all the accidental hazardous like these pointed objects. 1. Home Visit.

1. Human resources a) Time and effort of the nurse and the family. 2. Financial resources a) Transportation of the nurse.

TABLE 4 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT

Personal Habits/ practices frequent drinking of alcohol excessive smoking

Inability to make decision with respect in taking appropriate health action due to: a) Low salience of the problem Inability to recognize the presence of a problem due to; a) Ignorance of facts about what could be the effects it could bring to their health.

After nursing intervention the family will be able to do some actions in order to avoid this kind of habits/ practices so that it will not affect to their health.

After nursing intervention the family will: a) Identify various ways to make themselves healthy. b) Make some alternative measures in keeping all the habits/ practices be avoided.

1. Establish rapport 2. Make them to realized the possible reactions if they will always do it in themselves. 3. Offer them alternatives or recreational sports that could persuade them from their vices.

1. Human resources a) Time and effort of the nurse and the family. 2. Financial resources 1. Home Visit. a) Transportation of the nurse.

TABLE 1 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT

1. Home Visit.

TABLE 1 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT

TABLE 1 A FAMILY CARE PLAN HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM GOAL OF CARE OBJECTIVE OF NURSING CARE INTERVENTION METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT RESOURCES REQUIREMENT