Definition of the NANDA label
State in which the individual presents deviations from their behavior patterns in relation to those of their age group.
• Impaired physical growth.
• Delay or difficulty in performing skills (motor, social, expression) typical of their age group.
• Inability to carry out self-care or self-control activities typical of age.
• Decrease in responses.
• Effects of physical disability.
• Environmental and stimulation deficiencies.
• Separation from loved ones.
• Inappropriate care: indifference, inappropriate responses, multiple caregivers.
• Prescribed dependency.
• Child development (specify age).
• State of physical aging.
• Physical maturation (male / female).
• Analysis of the health situation.
• Nutrition management.
• Nutritional therapy.
• Neonatal care.
• Promotion of fatherhood.
• Promotion of the child’s development.
• Parental education: family upbringing of children.
• Promotion of development: adolescent.
• Facilitate self-responsibility.
• Identification of risks.