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HEALTH PROBLEM POOR HOME SANITATION Cues: Toys left scattered on the floor Used utensils not washed

immediately after eating Presence of vectors of diseases (e.g. flies, cockroach and rodents) House is usually flooded with water during rainy days Poor lighting and ventilation NURSING INTERVENTION 2.) Discuss possible consequences of poor sanitation such as presence of accident or illness among members. 3.) Encourage family members to attend and participate in community activities such as Mothers Class,

FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM Inability to provide a home environment conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to: a.) Lack of/ inadequate knowledge of important hygiene and sanitation b.) Lack of/inadequate knowledge of preventive measures

OBJECTIVES OF CARE After nursing intervention, MBs family will be able to:

NURSING INTERVENTION 1.) Discuss proper sanitary procedures that would improve their living and housing condition such as: a.) Keeping toys and objects in their appropriate place after use. b.) Wash used kitchen utensils at once after use. c.) Keep the floor clean and also dry to avoid fall and other accidents.

a.) Have concern in their home condition and have knowledge on how to improve sanitation. b.) Implement measures that would promote good home sanitation.

METHOD OF NURSE FAMILY CONTACT Home Visit Family Integration (October 14 & 21, 2011) Mothers Class ( October 21, 2011)

RESOURCES Material Resources: - Visual aid about dengue and hand washing Human Resources - Which includes time and effort of nursing students and the family Financial Resources - Money from the student and food allowance - Expenses for the

EVALUATION Mrs. MB and members of her family worked together and performed general cleaning to improve their home sanitation.

which discusses topics like cleanliness, health awareness, etc. HEALTH PROBLEM Faulty/Unhealthful nutritional/eating habits or feeding technique practices r/t to inadequate and insufficient food intake both in quality and quantity CUES: - Mother verbalized, Ayaw ng mga anak ko ng masasabaw na pagkain pati prutas at gulay kaya puro prito lang ang ipinauulam ko sa kanila kesa naman hindi sila kumain. Dalawang beses lang kami madalas na kumakain sa isang araw. Pinagkakasya na lang namin ang isang delatang ulam para sa lahat.

transportation of the student/nurse

FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM Inability to recognize possibility or risk for various illnesses due to: a.) Wrong perception regarding food selection b.) Inadequate financial resources

OBJECTIVES OF CARE After nursing intervention, Mrs. MB and members of family will be able to: a.) Improve their nutritional/eating habits b.) Prepare balanced meals which are within the familys budget

NURSING INTERVENTION 1.) Provide health teachings about the essential food groups that must be included and consumed and in their diet. 2.) Discuss with the members about the course of action and the consequences of the health actions of the family. 3.) Explore with the family the better ways of budgeting family income that would enable them to serve foods that are both affordable and nutritious.

Method of Nurse-Family Contact Home Visit Family Integration (October 14 & 21, 2011)

Resources Material Resources: - Visual aids about food pyramids Human Resources - Which includes time and effort of nursing students and the family Financial Resources - Money from the student and food allowance - Expenses for the transportation of the student/nurse

Evaluation Mrs. MBs family have tried to introduce meals other than fried foods such as those with vegetables and fruits that suits to their budget.

HEALTH PROBLEM Death of a Member ( Husband/Father) CUES: - Mrs. MB always leaves the house from 7 am to 5 pm to fix the documents needed to get her husbands

FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM Inadequate family resources for care specifically: a.) Financial constraints b.) Absence of the head of the family

OBJECTIVES OF CARE After nursing intervention, Mrs. MBs family will be able to: a.) Adjust to loss of a member (husband/father) and cope with their new

NURSING INTERVENTION 1.) Encourage the wife and members to convey feelings of acceptance and understanding about current situation. 2.) Identify the need for outside support and

benefits resulting to inadequacy of role performance or supervision to children Airchelle, the niece of Mrs. MB is left to take care of the other younger members. Financial resources of the family is reduced which leads to limitation of basic needs

situation b.) The wife will be able to get back to work or look for another job to earn a living

seek such. 3.) Explore attitudes and feelings about required lifestyle changes.

Method of Nurse-Family Contact Home Visit Family Integration (October 14 & 21, 2011)

Resources Human Resources - Which includes time and effort of nursing students and the family Financial Resources - Money from the student and food allowance - Expenses for the transportation of the student/nurse

Evaluation Each members of the family perform specific tasks such as in household chores. The eldest son of Mrs. MB has offered to help and so, he started to work to gain additional income and meet basic needs.