Definition of the NANDA label
A pattern of community activities for adaptation and problem solving that is favorable to meeting the demands or needs of the community, although it can be improved for the management of current and future problems or stressors.
A pattern of community activities for adaptation and problem-solving for meeting the demands or needs of the community, which can be strengthened.
• One or more of the characteristics that indicate effective coping:
– Positive communication between subgroups and the community as a whole.
– Availability of programs for relaxation and recreation.
– Sufficient resources for the management of stressors.
– Agreement that the community is responsible for stress management.
– Active community planning of activities for foreseeable stressors.
– Active problem solving posture of the community when faced with a problem.
– Positive communication between members of the community.
• The community has the perception that it can handle stressors.
• Availability of social support.
• Availability of resources for problem solving.
• Social health: health-seeking behavior.
• Health-promoting behavior.
• Normalization of the community.
• Participation: decisions about health care.
• Support in decision making.
• Education for health.
• Increase coping.
• Health guides.
• Promote community involvement.
• Emotional Support.
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.