00056 Impaired parenting

00056 Impaired parenting

Definition of the NANDA label Inability of the main caregiver to create an environment that favors the optimal growth and development of the child. Inability of primary caregiver to create, maintain or regain an environment that promotes the optimum growth and development of the child. Defining characteristics Infant or child • Poor school performance. • … Read more

00057 Risk for impaired parenting

00057 Risk for impaired parenting

Definition of the NANDA label Situation in which the main caregiver runs the risk of not being able to create, maintain or recover an environment that promotes optimal growth and development of the child. Susceptible to primary caregiver difficulty in creating, maintaining or regaining an environment that promotes the optimum growth and development of the … Read more

00061 Caregiver role strain

00061 Caregiver role strain

Definition of the NANDA label Difficulty in playing the role of family caregiver. Difficulty in fulfilling care responsibilities, expectations and/or behaviors for family or significant others. Defining characteristics Caregiver activities • Difficulty completing or carrying out required tasks. • Preoccupation with usual care. • Concern about the future regarding the health of the person cared … Read more

00062 Risk for caregiver role strain

00062 Risk for caregiver role strain

Definition of the NANDA label Situation in which the caregiver is vulnerable to the perception of difficulty in carrying out their role as family caregiver. Susceptible to difficulty in fulfilling care responsibilities, expectations and/or behaviors for family or significant others, which may compromise health. Risk factors • Addiction or codependency. • Isolation from family or … Read more

00164 Readiness for enhanced parenting

00164 Readiness for enhanced parenting

Definition of the NANDA label Pattern of providing an environment for children or other dependent persons that is sufficient to promote growth and development and that can be reinforced. A pattern of providing an environment for children to nurture growth and development, which can be strengthened. Defining characteristics • Expresses desire to improve the parental … Read more