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  • Tools in Family Assessment
  • Family Assessment Tools
    Function
    APGAR
    Family Map
    Lifeline
    SCREEM
    Development
    Family Life Cycle
    Anatomy
    Genogram
  • Genogram
    Inheritance patterns
    Family illnesses
    Family members
    Family relationships
    Significant dates
  • CabentogFrias Family
    January 21 2009
    FRIAS
    CABENTOG
    Lourdes
    68
    Lito
    65
    ?
    ?
    Susan
    30
    Jun
    45
    Marites
    47
    Anna
    49
    ?
    Allan
    50
    Bong
    44
    Connie
    42
    Bel
    39
    Mon
    47
    Liza
    46
    2004
    2004
    Legend
    ?
    5
    Angelica
    16
    CVD
    HPN
    Hyperthyroidism
    Asthma
  • Family Life Cycle
  • APGAR
    A – adaptation
    Capability to utilize and share resources
    P – partnership
    Solving problems by communicating
    G – growth
    Freedom to grow and change
    A – affection
    Intimacy and emotional interaction in the family
    R – Resolve
    Commitment by other members to the family
  • APGAR
    Scoring:
    Almost always – 2
    Some of the time – 1
    Hardly ever – 0
    Total :
    8-10 – highly functional
    4-7 – moderately dysfunctional
    0-3 – severely dysfunctional
  • SCREEM
    Sources of help
    Barriers to patient care
    Relationships of health behavior, practices and utilization of health services
  • Family Map
    Applications of the Family Systems Concept
    Characteristics : members
    Structure: boundaries, alliances, coalition
    Process: enmeshment, disengagement
    Across time: intergenerational coalitions
  • Lifeline
    Family History
    Significant events that may have effect on a patient’s health