Evidenced Based Family Paper
Brenda K. Foster
Arkansas Tech University Evidenced Based Family Paper The purpose of this paper is to select a family and enter into a contract to determine the needs of the family. Five visits spanning five weeks helped identify family interests, needs, and concerns. The paper identifies three priority family needs determined during family visits. It utilizes evidenced based educational materials to teach the family based on the three needs identified. The paper identifies interventions for each need utilizing evidence based practice and education. It evaluates the interventions and examines any adaptations used. The contractual relationship is terminated on the final visit and appropriate referrals …show more content…
LC is easy to talk to and a commonality in military backgrounds highlights the conversation. The lunch consists of eating, talking about the paper, and arranging to meet the entire family at suppertime the same day. LC and BC talk about the paper and the contractual requirement before supper. LC picks the children up from activities at school and explains the details of the paper to each one on the drive home. The paper approaches the assigned topics from least invasive to most invasive during successive appointments. LC requests a copy of the family assessment guide to better prepare for the interview with the family. The father, BC, receives the majority of the questions on the first visit due to his work schedule. The parents display interest in the results of the paper and the children express intrigue. LC requests another appointment in two weeks to be able to discuss some of the topics that she needs to investigate …show more content…
LC wants to review the educational materials before exposing them to her children. NIDA for Teens (2016) offers drug facts and interactive options for teaching. LC is impressed with the NIDA website and investigates several of the interactive options to introduce to her children. There is an 800 number provided for emergencies and treatment centers. LC likes the fact that she can introduce the information to her children via the computer, take quizzes, and play games while educating her children on the dangers of substance abuse. LC appreciates this approach to teaching her children. She wants to make the learning process fun, interesting and a family involved educational experience. LC believes her children are in the first stages of substance abuse and if they tackle this as a family in a positive manner, the children will learn and not feel shame. Adaptation occurs in this instance when LC expresses interest in the website version of teaching. The student nurse prepares to teach with paper articles; however, LC gravitates to the computer-based options believing they will grab the attention of her children. LC decides to teach her children through the family unit and journal the results to provide to the student nurse. She believes this is a private family
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S.2.4 allows for the SW to actively support the parents in making change to their current situation. In deciding to follow the supervisor’s interventions, the SW would have the opportunity to work in collaboration with DYP and introduce conditions to the family in a manner that respects the limitations of their IDDs and meets family led
Mrs. Navarro asked the CP if the CP can provide her with information about entering the shelter, at which the CP agreed to do so. Mentoring Program: The CP provided Mrs. Navarro with information about SCR and mentoring programs for Tyler to explore. Mrs. Navarro reported that she enrolled Tyler and Sidney for the PAL afterschool program, but Tyler refuses to attend-so, the child’s application is placed on hold, according to Mrs. Navarro. Tyler was questioned as to why he is not going to the after school program and based on the child response, he could not provide a proper answer.
They have easy access to grocery stores, the clinic/hospital and L.M. lives within a mile of her work. Previously they lived in Maryland, but L.M. wanted to be closer to family for support and help after she had her son. Stress is moderate high in the home in regard to income, bills, and being able to purchase necessities. L.M. often worries about money but says she turns to her faith and prayer to help comfort her and guide her. Developmental Assessment Developmental assessment looks at the family’s life cycle stage and developmental path which is influenced by the family’s past and present experiences and by their future aspirations (Wright & Leahley,
Acknowledge and draw on parental knowledge and expertice in relation to their child. Focus on the children 's strengths as well as areas of additional need. Recognise the personal and emotional investment of parents and carers and be aware of their feelings. Ensure that parents and carers understand procedures, are aware of how to access support in preparing their contribution and are given documents to be discussed well before the meeting. Respect the validity of differing perspectives and seek constructive ways of reconciling different viewpoints.
Name: Kasim Jawad (name changed for confidentiality) Age: 10 Family Dynamic: Lives with mother (father working overseas), one older sibling(sister), middle class family Why did I choose this client? I was informed about Kasim by my placement supervisor on my first day of placement. She mentioned to me that she struggled with Kasim because at times he displayed disrespectful behaviour towards her. He is an above average student, however, the big issue with his academics is his effort.
A) MSTT will seek to understand Jay's understanding of MSTT approach for the family for Franklin's academic success B) Jay will identify his understanding of MSTT approach C) Jay will assess what works better for him to be assessed during next session with MSTT A, B, C) The caregivers expressed to MSTT they received a phone call from the school informing them that Franklin has failed four classes this year but they will be moving him forward once he completes one class for summer school.
She asked the teachers to take care of as much of the student’s health care needs as possible within the classroom, before sending the student to the nurse. Furthermore, educators are allowed to give students mints, apply vaseline to minor cuts and scrapes, and provide bandaids. The school nurse also took the time to hand out medical supplies such as bandages, wipes, etc. to the teachers so they could replenish their emergency kits. In addition, the nurse asked the teachers to please be specific when there is an emergency and a nurse 's presence is required. She says it helps if teachers provide the name of the child, the symptoms of the child, and where the child is in the school to better assist the nurses in providing help to those students as quickly as possible hassle free.
• CG 4.1 How do you ensure that families are kept aware of what 's happening in their child 's daily/weekly life in your program? I make sure that families are kept aware of their child’s life on a daily and weekly basis by providing them with the information from their child’s day on a daily report. I also make sure that I communicate with them both positive and negative things are their child’s day. I want to keep a healthy relationship between myself and the child’s parents and to do so I need to communicate with them about their child’s day.
Strong emphasis is given on nurturing relationships with the families of young children and functioning collaboratively with other professionals. The program offers a series of coursework encircling infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and primary children. Through student teaching, field placements, and practical learning, students build up competence in the use of developmentally appropriate methods and practices. Major themes within the program comprises of understanding and admiring family diversity, supporting families in their roles with young children, and addressing the necessities of children with special needs in comprehensive
Although the achievement for both Jason and his family goals are the results of interest, it is the development by which professionals assist this family, such as one that permits, family members to continue gathering skills and capabilities that is the foundation of concentrating on family strengths. Through the process of helping family members prioritize and identify needs, establish practical goals, developing suitable plans for the family, and giving them opportunities for positive family results and goal achievement are maximized. (Sheridan, Warnes, Cowan,Schemm, and Clarke,
This model was chosen for its strengths in providing the nursing practitioner with a wide range of areas to engage families with. This is because the model acts as a template for both clinical and generalist practice and it allows nurses to expand their assessment questions within the different categories provided as they increase their skills in the practice of family care. It also allows the practitioner to choose which category is the most relevant to the particular client family resulting in advanced practice. Advanced practice is marked by the ability of the user to apply the model confidently as well as competently. However, on the downside, the model can become overwhelming when the nursing practitioner is beginning to use the model as they have to keep
Family theories have been used throughout the history of nursing to help guide patient care and provide the best patient outcomes. Certain theories may be more applicable to the specific patient encounter; however, each theory has benefits and drawbacks to their use. The purpose of this paper is to examine two selected theories, comparing their strengths and weaknesses. I will also discuss a theoretical family in relation to one theory, and how that theory can be best integrated into the care provided by an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN). Description of Theories
We went through every question on the list answering them together. While we were understanding the family and there strengthens, we were also figuring out ways we could best assist the family. Then we research what intervention method we could best use for the family we had. Once
The professionals have the skills to and understand that it is important to recognise, acknowledge and accept different viewpoints and ways of working in partnership with the family and together as professionals. This naturally creates respect for and from other professionals and the family in order for them to help each other effectively. Power