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.
• Expresses desire to improve the parental role.
• The child or other dependents express satisfaction with the home environment.
• The tacit and emotional support for children or dependents is evident; the bonding or union is evident.
• The physical and emotional needs of children or dependents are met.
• Expectations for children or dependents are realistic.
• Execution of the role.
• Family functions.
• Father-son emotional ties.
• Be dad.
• Social support.
• Environmental management: safety.
• Surveillance: security.
• Parental education.
• Stimulation of family integrity.
• Promotion of fatherhood.
• Promotion of child development: specify.
• Role empowerment.
• Maintenance in family processes.
• Child care.
• Promotion of rapprochement.
• Promotion of development.
• Increase in support systems.
• Increase in family involvement.