Orlandos theory guide forthe below case study
Ann, a community nurse, made an afternoon home visit with Susan and
her father. After the death of her mother, Susan had growing concerns
about her father living alone. “I worry about my father all the time. He
is becoming more forgetful and he has trouble seeing. Mom used to take
care of him. I am not sleeping and I am irritable around him. Yesterday I
shouted at him because he wouldn’t let me help him with his laundry. I
felt terrible! I am at my wits’ end! My brothers and sisters do not want
to put dad in a nursing home but they are not willing to help out. As
usual, they have left me with all the responsibility. I work part-time
and have two small children to care for.” Susan’s father, Sam, sat
quietly with tears filling his eyes. He was well-nourished and
well-groomed but would not make eye contact. Nurse Ann noticed that the
house was clean and orderly. A tray in front of the TV had the remains
of a ham sandwich and glass of ice tea. Mail was piled up, unopened on a
small table near the front door. There was only one car in the driveway
and the yard was in need of attention.
- What questions does Orlando’s theory guide the nurse to consider in caring for Susan and Sam?
- Develop a family plan of care from the perspective of Orlando.
Explore the 1950 and 60’s in the United States:
- Explore was happening in the United States during this time (culture, social, economics, struggles)
- What did nursing look like during this time (what were their jobs like, responsibilities, dress, autonomy, respect)
- What is the most influential accomplishment in nursing theory from the 1950’s and 1960’s?
should include at least 4 outside references and the textbook. It
should include a title and reference slides and be 14-20 slides.