Upscale neighborhood, newly developed
Identify your own values and potential cultural biases and the family’s cultural, spiritual, and ethical values. Explain how these two components directed your nursing care appropriately and responsibly, and if you would do anything differently in the future .
My values and beliefs
Very family oriented
Empathetic for my elderly family
Concerned with health, so I’m involved
Religious, believe in God and serving him
Concerned with environment
Families beliefs and values
In need of sympathy and empathy
Not involved in environment
Family value not top on list
Biases to receiving or asking for help
Not self motivated
Need to relax
Explain why you chose the family’s diagnosis on which the educational tool is based.
Chronic confusion related to Alzheimer’s disease Explain how the educational goals, objectives, and type of
Health Education Tool were developed and how they link to the family diagnosis and all other assessment findings.
Objectives: educate care giver, assess patients level of readiness, open new resources, provide help
A brochure as tool
Explain how the tool coordinates with, complements, or replaces community and public health services and is applicable within the family’s community.
The tool I used is personalized for the client
Provides available resources needed
It binds with other community sources to provide more information Visualization is used which sometimes is great teaching tool Explain how you created and lead the educational session. What theories did you utilize and why?
Use of the Knowles theory
Knowles theory is more adult related to learning His theory related great with my family
Explain how you integrated the family as partners to affect their own care.
Do a survey with family/patient specific questions.
Examine each individuals expectations
Identify the specific roles of each person involved members of patient and family advisory councils.
Encourage input from other supportable resources
Explain or demonstrate the Health Education Tool.
A brochure on Alzheimer's