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HSE 310 Module Four Activity: Family Care Plan Guidelines and Rubric Overview: For this activity, you will create a family care plan, which you will develop to resolve or ameliorate the family needs...

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HSE 310 Module Four Activity: Family Care Plan Guidelines and Ru
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Overview: For this activity, you will create a family care plan, which you will develop to resolve or ameliorate the family needs and issues that were identified
through the systemic analysis of the family and the community. You will focus on selecting those resources, practices, interventions, and organizations that are
evidence-based and that reflect the least intrusive and restrictive levels of care. Moreover, the care plan should show tight alignment with the family’s identified
strengths so they can be leveraged to assist the family to function autonomously as quickly as possible. The knowledge and skills utilized in the development of
the care plan will assist students to function as effective practitioners after graduation.

Prompt: Based on your family and community systems assessment you completed in Modules Two and Three, develop a Family Care Plan using the Family Care
Plan Template to continue to address either your family, or the family from the TV show or movie that you recently examined and identify the needed resources,
strategies, interventions, and expected outcomes. As you will be required to create Family and Community Care Plans for the Riverez family and the community
in which they reside as part of your final project, this task will be used to support you in the successful completion of the final project.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

A. Problem Statements: Creates accurate problem statements that capture the full essence of the family’s needs and issues, and that are based on the
systemic assessment.
B. Proposed Interventions: Recommends least restrictive and intrusive interventions that will meet the family’s needs and ameliorate issues.
C. Proposed Strategies: Develops appropriate, evidence-based strategies that will efficiently alleviate the needs and issues that were revealed during the
systemic assessment.
D. Available Resources: Identifies appropriate, evidence-based community resources available to ameliorate the identified needs of the family. Identifies
why each resource will assist in meeting the needs of the family.
E. Potential Outcomes: Describes potential outcomes from the interventions and resources, including how those interventions and resources alleviate the
family needs.
F. Overall Assessment: Develops an overall assessment including the systemic family analysis instruments, information derived from the family, strengths,
and needs of the family, and impact of the selected assessment.

Guidelines for Submission: Submit the completed template as a Microsoft Word document with 12-point Times New Roman font and APA formatting, where
appropriate.
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Ru
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Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Problem
Statements
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
uses resources to support
problem statements
Creates accurate problem
statements that identify all of the
family’s needs and issues that are
ased on the systemic assessment
Creates a problem statement that
does not accurately or completely
identify the needs and issues
identified in the systemic
assessment
Does not create problem
statements
15
Proposed
Interventions
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
uses resources to support
proposed interventions
Recommends least restrictive and
intrusive interventions that will
meet the family’s needs and
ameliorate issues
Recommends interventions for
the family but they may not be
the least restrictive and intrusive
practices
Does not recommend
interventions
15
Proposed
Strategies
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
uses resources to support the
strategies and represent the least
intrusive and restrictive practice
Develops appropriate, evidence-
ased strategies that will
efficiently alleviate the needs and
issues that were revealed during
the systemic assessment
Develops strategies but they are
not wholly supported by
evidence-based research and
practice and/or may not address
the family’s needs and issues
Does not develop strategies 15
Available
Resources
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
appropriately integrates resources
that add rich, accurate, and
specific context to the problem
statements
Identifies appropriate, evidence-
ased community resources
available to ameliorate the
identified needs of the family.
Identifies why each resource will
assist in meeting the needs of the
family
Identifies resources but they are
not wholly supported by
evidence-based research practice
and may not meet the needs of
the family

Does not identify evidence-based
community resource
15
Potential
Outcomes
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
appropriately integrates resources
to support potential outcomes
Describes potential outcomes
from the interventions and
esources, including how those
interventions and resources
alleviate the family needs
Describes potential outcomes
from the interventions and
esources but outcomes may not
e accurate or may lack details
Does not describe potential
outcomes
15
Overall
Assessment
Meets “Proficient” criteria and
assessment represents a
comprehensive evaluation with
appropriate resources to support
statements
Develops an overall assessment
including the systemic family
analysis instruments, information
derived from the family, strengths
and needs of the family, and
impact of the selected assessment
Develops an overall assessment
ut does not address all areas of
concern
Does not develop an overall
assessment
15
Articulation of
Response
Submission is free of e
ors
elated to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, and organization
and is presented in a professional
and easy-to-read APA format
Submission has no major e
ors
elated to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization.
APA formatting is used
Submission has major e
ors
elated to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
that negatively impact readability
and articulation of main ideas
Submission has critical e
ors
elated to citations, grammar,
spelling, syntax, or organization
that prevent understanding of
ideas
10
Earned Total 100%
Answered Same Day May 29, 2021

Solution

Taruna answered on May 31 2021
142 Votes
HSE 310: Family Care Plan Template
Client Name:
Riverez Smith
Human Services Practitioner Name: ABC
    Date
    Problem Statements
    23/05/20
    Smith has been admitted to hospital after mild cardiac a
est. He suffers from diabetes type 2 previously diagnosed as a patient of hypertension as well.
    24/05/20
    Complained of having increased chest pain.
    25/05/20
    Severe chest pain as well as issues in
eathing.
    26/05/20
    Getting unconscious on several occasions within a day. He is put on oxygen support. The heart rate is going down. The pulse is fluctuating.
    27/05/20
    Complains about the anxiety to know the wellbeing of his only at workplace who is quarantined due to a suspect of Covid-19
    28/05/20
    Begins recovering through medication but still has problems in
eathing and pain management.
    Proposed Interventions
What are the least restrictive and intrusive interventions that you recommend for this family?
    A formal case study overview shows that the mild cardiac a
est of Smith is caused by the increased anxiety level due to his only son being suspected suffering from Covid-19 and is now under observation in quarantine centre.
    The least intrusive intervention about his case will be informing him about the status update of the health of his son first because it will help him recover to know that his son is well and Smith will be able to see him soon.
    There are no restrictive measures taken as nursing professional in the given case of Smith. He is showing symptoms of recovery through medication.
    The precautionary measures will be required to ensure that medication is given on time. He is also...
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