The purpose of this paper will be to present a family focused plan of care for the G. family. The care plan will consist of assessment of family structure, function, environmental characteristics, and cultural assessment. Assessment of universal self-care requisites, developmental self-care-requisites, and health deviation self-care requisites will also be presented. 3 prioritized nursing diagnoses with goals and interventions will be completed.
The family consists of M.G. who is a 36 year old, married, Hispanic male, whose religious orientation is Catholic. He has a college education, speaks English, and had been an airline pilot for the past 15 years. He has a hobby of baking and enjoys dancing. A.G. is a 32 year-old, Caucasian female, the wife of M.G., and has no religious orientation. She has a college education, speaks English, and has been a middle-school counselor for the past 11 years. She likes to drink and enjoys dancing. J.G.
is an 8 year-old Caucasian female, the daughter of A.G., step-daughter of M.G., half-sister of C.G., and has no religious orientation. She is in the third grade and speaks English. She enjoys reading, computer activities, and playing with her dolls. C.G. is a 4 year-old, Caucasian female, the daughter of M.G. and A.G., half-sister of J.G., and has no religious orientation. She is not in school yet and speaks English. She enjoys watching television, playing with her sister and playing with her toys.
M.G. considers him to be healthy and discloses no immediate health goals. A.G. considers she to be healthy but is concerned about the amount of stress she feels in her life and her alcoholism. Her health goals are to decrease her stress levels and continue to stay alcohol free. J.G. and C.G. are thought to be healthy according to their parents and their health goals are for...