Definition of the NANDA label
Change in relationships or family functioning.
Break in the continuity of family functioning which fails to support the wellbeing of its members.
• Changes in:
– Alliances of power.
– Assigned tasks.
– The effectiveness in carrying out the assigned tasks.
– Mutual support.
– Availability for affective responses and intimacy.
– The patterns and rituals.
– Participation in problem solving.
– Participation in decision-making.
– Communication patterns.
– The availability for emotional support.
– Satisfaction with the family.
– Stress reduction behaviors.
– Expressions of conflict with community resources or isolation from them.
– Somatic complaints.
– The expression of conflicts in the family.
• Change of power of family members.
• Change of family roles.
• Change in the health status of a family member.
• Situations of transition or crisis
• Formal or informal interaction with the community
• Modification in the social status of the family.
• Modification of family finances.
At risk population
• Change in family finances
• Change in family social status
• Developmental crisis
• Developmental transition
• Situational crisis
• Situational transition
• Shift in health status of a family member
• Normalization of the family.
• Family functioning.
• Be dad.
• Overcoming family problems.
• Family support.
• Role empowerment.
• Family mobilization.
• Maintenance of family processes.
• Health Education.
• Stimulation of family integrity.
• Promotion of family normalization.
• Parental education.
• Promotion of fatherhood.
• Increased coping.
This diagnosis will retire from the NANDA-I Taxonomy in the 2021-2023 edition unless additional work is completed to bring it up to a level of evidence 2.1 or higher.