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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