Refer back to the interview and evaluation you conducted in the Topic 2 Family Health Assessment assignment. Identify the social determinates of health (SDOH) contributing to the family’s health status. In a 750-900-word paper, create a plan of action to incorporate health promotion strategies for this family. Include the following:
- Describe the SDOH that affect the family health status. What is the impact of these SDOH on the family? Discuss why these factors are prevalent for this family.
- Based on the information gathered through the family health assessment, recommend age-appropriate screenings for each family member. Provide support and rationale for your suggestions.
- Choose a health model to assist in creating a plan of action. Describe the model selected. Discuss the reasons why this health model is the best choice for this family. Provide rationale for your reasoning.
- Using the model, outline the steps for a family-centered health promotion. Include strategies for communication.
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Refer back to the interview and evaluation you conducted in the Topic 2 Family Health Assessment assignment. Identify the social determinates of health (SDOH) contributing to the family’s health sta
Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 Family health assessment Name Institution Date Family Health Assessment Part 1: Questionnaire Most families tend to have different values and Health Perception. What is your family’s perception about health? Nutrition is one of the most important aspect of healthy living. What is your family’s health habits? How much time to do you take to rest or sleep as a family? How to you eliminate waste from the home? What specific exercise does the family members engage in? Does any family member suffer from cognitive disability? Is there any family member who is suffering from sensory perception? How do you perceive yourself? How do the family members share roles? What is the perception of the family concerning sexuality? How do family members cope with health issues when they arise? Part 2: Analysis The family in the study is a nuclear family. His ethnicity is African American, and his religion is Christianity. They are considered an idle family formed by a father and a mother with two twin sons. The family eats all meals together. This is crucial because the study has shown that merely eating together as a family can improve the nutritional health of children. In families that shared at least three meals a week, children were 24% more likely to eat healthy foods than those who ate little or nothing together. The children were also 12% less likely to be overweight, 20% less than eating unhealthy foods and 35% less than engaging in dangerous weight-loss activities, how to purge, take diet pills and laxatives. Or vomit. Although researchers are not sure why family meals are so effective, they realize that homemade meals usually have fewer calories. Also, eating together allows adults to behave and intervene when behaviors can turn into bad habits. Family meals do not include television. While they eat, the family uses the dining room. As a result, they cannot watch television because children who watch television regularly during meals have a healthier diet. The family believes that a healthy diet is essential for a healthy family. That is why parents say they start early health education and help their children. If a father helps his children to adopt proper nutrition, exercise, and sleep habits early in life, it will not be necessary to break bad habits later on. Research suggests that familiarization cannot only help children accept healthy foods, but also promote them. The two strengths of the health habits of family members are to ensure that most of the food in the home is healthy. However, they should not give up desserts. Frozen yogurt and low-fat fruits are an excellent alternative to ice cream and ice chips, for example. Parents are exemplary health promoters in their dietary process. Children who see that their parents or caregivers buy, cook and eat healthy foods are more likely to eat alone. Avoid using foods to reward good behavior. Making unhealthy foods a reward for good deeds suggests that healthy foods are not as attractive as junk food. A healthy diet should not be a trick. Parents should instead, teach their children to consider healthy foods as tasty and desirable (Giger, 2016). The first obstacle is the complex range of eligibility for federal, provincial and territorial health care, and the eligibility categories can be a severe obstacle to caring for newcomers in the United States. The eligibility rules and the period in which immigrants must wait for the state of establishment and medical care when they apply to the United States vary considerably from one country to another. Changes to the federal interim health program in 2012 limited eligibility for confusing health services and health care providers and recent families. The family also has limited access to doctors. Few family doctors with appropriate linguistic or cultural skills accept newcomers in certain areas where they are needed. Also, some doctors are reluctant to accept newcomers as patients due to the more burdensome administrative requirements and barriers to payment for services rendered, for example filling out forms for patients, delaying payment or not paying Interim Federal Health Authority and telephone program in advance for the approval of treatments or treatments. Third, financial problems have been a severe obstacle to medical care. The theory of family systems is a concept of considering the family as a coherent emotional unit. According to the FST, the members of the family are intensely emotionally connected. The psychiatrist Murray Bowen developed the theory of family systems. Concerning the theory of family systems, Dr. Bowen has been described as “one of the few people who has had a new idea.” This theory can be used to request changes in the family as in the therapy of family systems, the members of the family work together to: better understand the dynamics of their group and the impact of their behavior on other members of the family, the guiding principle is that “what happens to a family member affects all family members”, which is consistent with the theory of family systems: emotions such as stress or anxiety begin to spread from The person to all relationships and tension can lead to problems (Forbes & Watt, 2015). During family therapy, family members will have the opportunity to express their opinions. Or discuss everything, then work together to find a solution that relieves the stress of the person and the family in general. Conflicts, as well as the situation itself, can benefit from the therapy of family systems. Therapy can also help treat problems such as anxiety and depression. Therefore, if a family member suffers from any of these problems, it may be helpful for the whole family to follow the treatment together to help the person cope better with the situation (Krist et al., 2014). References Giger, J. N. (2016). Transcultural Nursing-E-Book: Assessment and Intervention. Elsevier Health Sciences. Forbes, H., & Watt, E. (2015). Jarvis’s Physical Examination and Health Assessment. Elsevier Health Sciences. Krist, A. H., Phillips, S. M., Sabo, R. T., Balasubramanian, B. A., Heurtin-Roberts, S., Ory, M. G., … & Glasgow, R. E. (2014). Adoption, reach, implementation, and maintenance of a behavioral and mental health assessment in primary care. The Annals of Family Medicine, 12(6), 525-533. Appendix