Developmental Stage and History of Family • Family is the launching stage of family development. Children our grown but still unable to care for them selves financially. • Both children have graduated from high school. The son is working part time and spends very little time with the family. The daughter is not working and has no plans for the future at this time.
Once identified, the nursing care plan can further progress and community interventions can be addressed. Identifying Data For privacy purposes the K family will be referred to as the Ken family. The Ken family is the prototypical nuclear family, which consists of a mother, father, son, and daughter. The father is 52 years old and is currently unemployed. He was a stockbroker at one point, but fell victim to the economy and lost his job December 9, 2008.
In the 2nd of May 1999 a small family gave birth to their first child, Maggie Johnson. Her mother Sheeree Amelia Avery Johnson and her father Brian Avery Burke was just newlywed. But there was something that Brian had kept hidden away from his wife. Secretly he was living this so called “double life”. From the outside Brian appeared as a caring and loving father and husband.
Child rearing was primarily left up to Alice’s mother, Mary. Alice has one brother, Steven, who is much younger than her at 35. Steven has been married to his wife Rebecca for 15 years, has one child Steven Jr. who is 12 and is the Chief Operating Officer for a self-storage company consisting of 13 facilities. Alice’s states her parents, especially her father,
2-1 Case Study 02.qxd 3/30/06 3:36 PM Page 2-2 2-2 Client Profile Kyla is an 8-month-old infant who lives with her mother, grandmother, and great grandmother in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her mother, Sierra, is a 16-year-old who stopped going to school after she became pregnant by her on-again, off-again 18-year-old boyfriend, Kyle, who visits Sierra but shows no interest in Kyla. He frequently becomes annoyed and leaves when Kyla needs to be fed or have her diapers changed. Sierra’s father was very abusive to both Sierra and her mother as Sierra was growing up. He died 6 months ago as a result of a knife wound that occurred during a fight at a local tavern.
At the age of 12, Nai was removed from her family of seven siblings and placed in a foster home. At the time, Nai (the second oldest child) and her older sister were caring for their younger brothers and sisters as her parents were usually absent. Being placed in foster care was extremely difficult for the siblings, who were separated and sent to live in different counties. Nai had become used to serving as caretaker for her younger siblings, and spent the first couple of years in foster care worrying about her brothers and sisters. Visitation opportunities together were rare, and over time Nai became resentful of and disappointed in her parents for being unable to “put the family back together again.” She had a very difficult time dealing
Final Project Student: Camellia Weatherspoon@waldenu.edu Walden University February 19, 2012 Final Project The Quest Family consists of Paul, 45, Jane, 43, Amy, 18, and Ann, 16. Paul and Jane met in college, fell in love and were married. Amy was born shortly after the wedding and two years later, Ann was born. As Amy and Ann grew older, Jane started volunteering at a women’s shelter and became attached to two young boys Jason, age 6 and Luke, age 4, who were abused and neglected by their father. Jason and Luke’s mother disappeared; so, Paul and Jane adopted the boys a year later.
“So, you didn’t let Clinton watch any extra television last night.” Despite this Clinton is his mothers life. She says she understand that she wasn’t right to baby him so much and that it is the reason for the way he is today. Even as some of his behavior concerns her she finds him to be a “sensitive, caring child she wouldn’t
Throughout 38 years of living, being a single mother, working the same career for 17 years, and fighting breast cancer still has not strangled the liveliness from Daphne’s spirits. In the beginning, Daphne got pregnant with her first child at the age of 15. She and her son lived with her mother who offered little to no help with caring for her child. Daphne having received little assistance with raising her son, got her to her first job. Burger King, a minimum wage job, paid for daycare and everything her son needed.
Family Life Cycle Connection of theory and therapy Tammy Aime 3064783 Health, Aging and Work of Adulthood Donna Johnson November 25, 2014 Client description: Kay age 55 and Arnold Smith age 59 have been married for 31 years and have two adult children, Brian age 28 who is married to Susan age 25 and have no children, and Jason age 25 who is in a long term relationship with Kim age 24; they also have no children. Both children live away from home and visit the family home on Sundays for family dinner; though Jason has left home in the last year and still asks for financial assistance from time to time. Both Kay and Arnold are still employed with Kay working part time and Arnold working full time. Kay is the primary homemaker and Arnold is quite content having Kay meeting his every need. Upon the leaving of Jason, Kay and Arnold have begun to experience issues with intimacy and communication.