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NURSING CARE PLAN: ALTERED PARENTING ROLE
Altered parenting related to delayed developmental stage and lack of knowledge as evidenced by ineffective care of the child.
After 4 hours of nursing interventions the client will: y Identify appropriate parenting role. y Demonstrate behavior/lifest yle changes to reduce risk of short- and long-term problems. y Use appropriate individual, family, and community resources to support the new family unit.
SUBJECTIVE Natak-an sa magbantay sang bata nya. Kis a gnapabay-an nya lng as verbalized by her sister. OBJECTIVE y History of fall y Untidy appearance of child y not enough nutritional intake of the baby y Not giving attention to the needs of the child y Inability to interact verbally with the baby
Independent Assess client s development, and educational level. Assess potential parenting capabilities of teenage mother.
Helps identify needs for establishing educational program. Because of their own developmental needs, adolescent mothers are less likely to be accepting, cooperative, accessible, and sensitive to their child s needs than are more mature parents.
After 24 hours of effective and efficient nursing intervention, the mother able to demonstrate activities that promote child s well-being and enumerate role expectations as a mother.
M-Advice the client to continue medications or vitamins as indicated E-Advice the client to continue exercise and recreation. Play and interact with the child as a bonding activity.
Use visual data, audiovisual aids, film,(using sign language) and hands-on instruction to give information on bathing and other aspects of caring for a new baby. Provide opportunity for the adolescent parent to ask questions and
Provides information about skills needed by new parent.
T-Tell client and significant others to follow pediatricians order.
Offers opportunity to clarify misunderstandings and allows for expressions
H- Teach the woman how to start conversations with significant others to
of frustrations. Encourage discussion about full-time responsibility associated with children. Assist to develop support systems within the family and/or community. D. disappointments.Advice woman to provide a healthy and balanced diet rich in fiber and proteins to the child. In order not that the child will not be constipated and promote body growth. and confusion can help client make decisions appropriate for her and the infant.communicate freely. O. to be more likely to use punishment. solve conflicts and inquire about child care. Making contacts that allow freedom to discuss situation.Advice woman to visit the clinic if any abnormality happened to the child. S. Helps adolescent parent to internalize/adopt appropriate parenting behaviors and gain realistic perceptions of infant capabilities/behaviors. The adolescent mother/father is a highrisk parent known to be less responsive to infant cues. and to be unrealistic in expectations of infant behavior. ` Make opportunities for client to interact with toddlers appropriate role models. 14 .Advice support system to assist the mother in rearing the child effectively. Social/extended family supports assist the client in her ability to parent effectively. fears. and concerns.