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Tools in Family Assessment

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Tools in Family Assessment

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

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