Project II Healthcare Questio

Project II

Case studies provide the opportunity to analyze problems and demonstrate your understanding of the concepts in our readings. As you answer and discuss the case, remember to consider a variety of solutions and propose them. Remember, there is typically more than one way to solve a problem. Use your text or other credible, academic resource to support your thoughtful discussion of this case.

Case Study Discussion: This week’s project is based on the material in Chapter 9, Understanding Family Needs, Roles, and Responsibilities. Read the case study titled “Mrs. C” and answer the following questions in your initial post. Continue your participation in this case study discussion by posting throughout the week. You must post at least twice during this discussion, once with your initial post answering the questions and again with at least one response post. To begin discussing in this forum, click the forum title. Then, click Create Thread on the Action Bar to post your initial reply. To reply to a fellow participant, click the title of the initial post, then click Reply. Thank you.

Part I: Read the case “Mrs. C” CaseMrs.C.docx CaseMrs.C.docx – Alternative Formats ( See attachec)

Answer the following questions:

What burdens will this place of her husband?

On her daughter who lives nearby?

On her daughter who lives far away?

How might this affect the relationship between them?

What services might be needed to enable Mrs. C. to remain in her own home?

What if the daughters want to put Mrs. C. in a skilled nursing facility but the husband wants to keep her at home?

What criteria do you think should be considered when making this decision?

Imagine that this is your grandparent.

How would it affect your family?

How would your family respond?


Chapter 10, Disability

By the end of this chapter, learners will be able to:

Identify disability-related characteristics associated with different disability groups that require attention and/or accommodation in health care settings.

Develop client-centered environments of care that are sensitive to the needs of people with disabilities.

Defend the benefits of the social model of disability (empowerment) in favor of the limitations associated with the medical model of disability (dependence).

Address factors that create health disparities among people with disabilities in comparison to the general population.

Chapter 11, Chronic Conditions

By the end of this chapter, learners will be able to:

Recognize the phenomenon of chronicity, including incidence, economics, temporal differences, visible versus nonvisible conditions, and disease versus illness.

Explore the effects of chronic health conditions and chronic pain on clients’ function and psychosocial well-being.

Describe the relationship between body image and self-concept, how clients respond to changes in body image, and strategies that health professionals can employ to help clients adjust to these changes.

Identify strategies for supporting clients’ long-term needs and improving their quality of life.

Chapter 12, Sexuality

By the end of this chapter, learners will be able to:

Identify the major tasks of sexual development at each stage throughout the life span.

Discuss the biological, psychological, and social aspects of sexuality.

Incorporate questions related to sexuality in client examinations.

Explain the potential impact of illness, disability, aging, and pharmaceuticals on sexuality as determined by biological, psychological, and social factors.

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