GORDON’S FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT I. Health Perception – Health Management Pattern Patient J.

R’s perception to her health is adequate because she is aware of her health status. She considered herself healthy for as long as she is strong and capable of doing her daily activities. She eats the food that she thinks is good for her health such as vegetables, fruits, and meats. She does not smoke and drink alcohol. She does exercises by walking every morning for 30 minutes to one hour as well as cleaning their house. She seeks assistance from the hospital/ health center for her illness. According to her, health is essential to all human for us to do our responsibilities and duties. II. Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern She does not limit herself to eat especially if there’s something to eat. She has an increased appetite. She eats three to four times a day. Her usual meal is one cup of rice per serving of food while her viands are vegetable, egg, and soup. Her given diet is low-salt diet. She doesn’t have any difficulties in swallowing and chewing. She doesn’t need any assistance for her to eat. She has no dentures and abscess in the mouth. III. Elimination Pattern She has a bowel habit of about 1-3 times per day but after giving birth, she was still not defecating. She drinks 9-10 glasses of water. She has an indwelling folley catheter but her regular bladder habit is 3 times per day especially before sleeping because she doesn’t want to wake up just to void. She is also not experiencing pain when voiding and doesn’t need any assistance to void. IV. Activity-Exercise Pattern The client does perform exercises such as walking for about 30 minutes to 1 hour and if there’s time she cleans the house while she’s in their house. During her leisure time, she just sits on their sala and takes a rest. But while in the

Sleep-Rest Pattern JR. She easily get tired but she doesn’t have any limitations in doing any activity. She is confident with herself and she is not afraid to face any obstacles that may arise in their family. She needs to work in EPZA by sewing for the reason that if she will work hard she will be happier because she can help her family. She does not use any rituals or even take any sleeping pills for her to sleep. Self Perception – Self-Concept Pattern J.’s usual sleeping habit is 8 hours per night and used to take a nap at the afternoon for about 30 minutes. The client decides moderately easy in her problems.R.R’s self care ability is independent in all activities in her daily life. While in the hospital. Her memory is not declining. thinks herself as a common person with a healthy body. Her perception to life is a busy world where we should work hard for our family.hospital. and lack of privacy. and can follow instructions easily. She doesn’t need any assistive devices. VI. She is alert. She doesn’t feel any difficulty in doing her daily activities and duties. Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern J. can pick up commands. She also considers herself as a strong woman that she can do anything for the benefit of her family. V. VII. noise. J. . she had hard time in sleeping----environmental factors. she was in bed rest with bathroom privileges that’s why she’s bored and wants to go home.R can easily answer any questions and she is reliable.

She has limitations to herself if she encounters such problems as well as emotional problems. Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern J. She sometimes tells her feelings to her husband if she can no longer manage it.R. She can control herself by just going to her room and cry there silently because she don’t want to know others that she is crying. has already two children.VIII. She can talk to him about everything regarding to their relationship.R. Her belief regarding her religion is to give most of your praise and thank Him. She instead prays every night. Role-Relationship Pattern J. The most important thing is having faith in God even if you are in your weakest stage of life. Value-Belief Pattern J. Some of her principles in life are . has a mutual relationship with her family members especially to her husband. Coping-Stress Tolerance Pattern J. She doesn’t even use any contraceptive devices and they do not engaged in any family planning method.R. is a catholic yet she does not attend mass regularly. X.’s usual problem that stresses her is the financial matters. She does not value much her health for as long as she can still function as the provider of their family. IX. She does not have the chance to do their sexual activity as usual as before because of her hospitalization.R. XI. She is the one who will find ways to have a communication between them particularly in times of misunderstanding. She is open to each member of the family.

She values her family more than anything in this world does. .not to inflict harm to others and share her blessings with the person in need.