Create a board or PowerPoint presentation of important learning resources learned throughout the course. Explain approaches to community intervention and evaluation. Implement a teaching and evaluation plan. 

PLAGIARISM MUST BE LESS THAN 10%

APA 7 ED.

USE AT LEAST 5 CITATIONS AND REFERENCES (ONLY JOURNAL ARTICLES OR BOOKS FROM 2017 UP TO NOW) INCLUDE DOI. PAGE NUMBERS

NO WEBSITES ALLOWED 

NO LESS THAN 10 SLIDES (SEE SAMPLE ATTACHED) , EXCLUDING TITTLE AND REFERENCES. EXPAND SLIDES CONTENT WITH SPEAKER NOTES AND ADEQUATE SUPPORTING INFO.

To prepare for the presentation, complete the following steps:

  1. You will be teaching your client from module 4: the family.
    • For example –  if the family assessment from Module 4 indicated they need to be taught about Diabetes, then that is your topic for this assignment. If they have communication issues, then you teach about effective communication. SEE ASSIGNMENT FOR MODULE 4 ATTACHED SO YOU KNOW WHAT TO TEACH ABOUT, read it, I think you stablished their LACK OF SLEEP. That could be.
  2. Develop a teaching plan, including objective, content outline, teaching method, and time in a table format. SEE template attached.
  3. Develop an evaluation plan for your teaching intervention and create a tool for feedback from your learners.
    • For example – Use a questionnaire to confirm they learned the content.

Implement the teaching plan and evaluation during Visit 5 of your clinical experience and then:

Title

Introduction

You are teaching your client from module 4: the family.

If the family assessment indicated that they needed to be taught about Diabetes, then that is your topic for this assignment.

If they have communication issues, then you teach about effective communication.

Etc.

Teaching plan

Teaching Method Time Objective Outline Evaluation Outcome
Is the teaching method a lecture, discussion, role play, pamphlet, etc. How long will it take? Specify skills or the information that will be taught. What is the necessary information needed in the teaching? Method of evaluation to see if they learned the content.
Example: questionnaire.
Did they learn?

Teaching

This is where the objective and outline of your teaching plan is implemented.

These are the slides that teach the family.

This section should be between 4 and 7 slides.

Evaluation

It could be a

Questionnaire

Survey

Feedback

Etc.

Did the family learn what they were supposed to learn?

This section should be 1 or 2 slides.

Outcome / Conclusion

References

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Family Assessment

Yanetsi Alayon

St. Thomas University

Community Health Nursing

Prof. Roberts

November 14th, 2021

Abstract

Determining the structure and style of a household is critical for patient’s family care. A family interview and needs analysis provide details to establish effective care and identification of significant health challenges. The knowledge aids in the development of family-centered solutions for assistance and guidance. An individual’s well-being is influential in determining how one maintains their entire personality. Analysis conducted using the relevant parameters ensures comprehensive examination, which drives further solutions. Since a functional family leads to a healthy society, the primary reason for the interview was to understand the health patterns of the participating family.

Family Assessment

The family I picked to interview has broken away from typical family structures and is doing an excellent job raising a happy and healthy family. It was a family of seven, consisting of husband and wife, four children, and the father’s mother, who also lived with them. The outstanding attribute that led me to choose this family was its structure, as it is a blended family.  The husband brought two children into the household, and the wife joined with her daughter, and they went on to have a son together.

It was a Christian family of five white and two black American kids, the son and the daughter that the husband brought along with as he was married to a black woman. The two breadwinners, husband and wife, have stable, well-paying jobs, therefore, belong to the high class in the society. They have managed to establish a life in a lovely and serene setting ideal for raising their children. The grandma, who is 76 years old, looks after the children, particularly the youngest who is two years old. They also have a part-time babysitter to help with the children when the parents are at work.

The family’s general health behavior may be classified as good, if not exceptional. This is due to the family’s proactive commitment to health, especially to the lady in the family who is highly passionate about diet and fitness. The family’s health strategy is based on the adage that prevention is better than cure. Therefore, the family’s primary focus is on nourishment to improve health and avoid disease. They adhere to a highly rigid eating regimen that emphasizes healthy and organic foods with few meal options.

According to the family, this is a lifestyle that they have purposefully fostered to promote the family’s well-being and instill a culture of healthy food in their children from a