Flashcards in Exam 2 Deck (136)
2 or more individuals who are joined by marriage, birth or adoption and live together.
What does dynamic mean
Changing system can by influenced from outside or within
What are the roles of a family
1.Caring, nurturing, educating children
2. Maintaining the continuity of society by transmitting the family's customs and values to children
3. Receiving and giving love
4. Preparing children to become productive members of society
5. Meeting the needs of its members
6. Serving as a buffer between its members and environmental/societal demands while advocating the interests and need of the individual family members
Family centered care
Philosophy in which a mutually beneficial partnership develops between families and the nurse or other health care providers
Promoting family centered care
1. Family at the center
2. Family professional collaboration and communication
3. Cultural diversity of families
4: coping differences and support
5. Family centered peer support
6. Specialized service and support systems
7. Holistic perspective of family centered care
Mom dad kids
"Brady bunch" style
Aunt, uncle, grandparents in house
Just one parent present
Mom and dad are split, kids rotate between both sets of parents, 4 parents total
Heterosexual cohabiting family
Same sex couple etc.
Parenting is what?
Includes parental warmth and parental control
Moderately high control
Family theories are good for what?
1.Understanding family functioning
2. Environment-family interchange
3. Family changes over time
4. Family response to health and illness
Family development theory stages
Stage 1: beginning family, newly married couples
Stage 2:childbearing family
Stage3: families with preschool children
Stage 4: families with school aged children
Stage 5: families with teenagers
Stage 6: families launching young adults
Stage 7: middle-aged parents
Stage 8: family in retirement and old age
Family systems theory?
Interaction between components of the system and between the system and the environment
Any change or stressor by one member of the family can cause the entire family disruption.
Family stress theory
Focuses on the family response to unexpected or unplanned events.
Non routine stressors - positive stressors or unexpected stressors.
Identify strategies for coping
Shared family values and beliefs
Family support services
Head start and early head start
Before and after school programs
Peer support groups
Social service programs
Job skills training or adult education
Crisis care and respite care.
1.Identify primary decision maker
2.Discuss the family's goals for managing care in the home setting
3. Consider how the family's strengths and previous experiences can be integrated into the intervention
4. Consider family's ethnic and religious background
5. Offer the family one or more potential interventions instead of trying to force one intervention
6. Identify what type of support or assistance the family would like to have.
7. Identify potential community resources
8. Provide the family with a care coordinator
Family roles and organization
Health beliefs,approaches, and practices.
ANA scope and standards of practice.
Stages of development
Infancy- birth to 12mo
Toddler- 1-3 yr
Preschool- 3-6 yr
School age- 6-12 yr
Adolescence- 12-18 yr
Principles of growth and development
Development is orderly and sequential
Development is directional
Development is unique for each child
Development is interrelated
Development becomes increasingly differentiated
Development becomes increasingly integrated and complex
Children are competent
New skills are predominate
Growth is from head down