Family Movie Paper Care Plan

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Movie Family Care Plan
Buffy Johnson
NUR464
11/25/2012
Karen Jones MS, RN-BC, CNS

Movie Family Care Plan
This Client is Max Goldman. His age is not addressed in movie, he is a male, widowed, and white. The movie does not address his current health orientation. The family Genogram are deceased wife, living only son. The developmental stage this character is: Late Adulthood: 55 or 65 to Death Ego Development Outcome: Integrity vs. Despair Basic Strengths: Wisdom.( Erik Erikson's Developmental Stages, 1902-1994.) The family is distant at this time in life. The son is getting married and the father is trying to help plan his son’s first wedding. The father is independent and able to care for himself. His value’s are not addressed in the movie. His communication style is loud. The power structure is not addressed.
The family function, the son is aable to talk to the father but will not tell him “No”. His best friend is the neighbor. His social placement is limited by only have one close friend. The reproductive function is not addressed. This characters coping function is to yell and go fishing. The economic class of the character is middle class. The medical insurance is not addressed. No physical provisions needed.
The personal family physical characteristics are: the character resides at home by himself. He is able to care for himself. Privacy is not limited. No safety hazards addressed. The character lives in a older neighborhood and community. The characters mobility is going to the store, bait shop, fishing, and home. He has no problems call for help. The environmental hazards observed in the home were old appliances, T.V., older home with no improvements noted, and the store is within driving distance. Character is comfortable in

the neighborhood and it meets his needs. The Universal self care is air- system…...

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