Ya Ya Movie Care Plan

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Running head: MOVIE FAMILY CARE PLAN

Movie Family Care Plan
Marcheta Hays
University of Phoenix

Movie Family Care Plan
Introduction

The intent of this paper is to assess and develop a care plan for a selected patient and their family. Attention will be directed to the family structure and function and the interactions between the patient and the family.
SW is a single white female living New York City. She is a successful playwright in her thirties and her health status is free from disease or illness. There are no current physical manifestations of illness for SW; however she has had periods of psychotherapy for unresolved childhood issues and ineffective copying mechanisms.

Family Members
SW
Age- mid thirties
Sex –female
Marital Status – engaged to CM
Ethnicity- Caucasian
Religion- Catholic
Education- College degree
Occupation – Professional playwright
Interests and Hobbies – unknown

VW
Age- 60-70
Sex –female
Marital Status – married to SJW
Children – 3 female, 1male
Ethnicity- Caucasian
Religion- Catholic
Education- some college
Occupation – homemaker
Interests and Hobbies – socializing with life-long friends the Ya-Yas

SJW
Age- 60 -70
Sex –male
Marital Status – married to VW
Children – 3 female, 1male
Ethnicity- Caucasian
Religion- Catholic
Education- some college
Occupation – Farmer
Interests and Hobbies – unknown

CM
Age- mid thirties
Sex –male
Marital Status – engaged to VW
Ethnicity- Caucasian
Religion- unknown
Education- College degree
Occupation – Professional role
Interests and Hobbies – unknown

Ya-Yas
Age – 60 -70
Sex – all female
Marital Status – current status unknown but all three were married at one time
Ethnicity- Caucasian
Religion- Unknown
Education- some degree
Occupation – homemakers
Interests and Hobbies – unknown

Family Profile

SW’s childhood was spent in…...

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