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  1. Family Life Span Chapter 3

  2. FAMILY • Why is family so important to health? • Or is it?

  3. Nurses must remember! • Patients are part of a family

  4. What is a family? • “Two or more people who have chosen to live together and share their interests, roles and resources.”

  5. What is the Goal of Family? • “Survival and physical fulfillment of each member”

  6. Family Function • What is the “job” of a family? • Physical • Protection • Nurturance • Social & education • Reproduction • Recreation

  7. 1. Physical Maintenance FOOD CLOTHING WATER SHELTER

  8. 1. Physical Maintenance $ • i SOCIAL-ECONOMICAL STATUS  • HEALTH DISPARITY FOOD CLOTHING WATER SHELTER

  9. 2. Protection Internal External Injury • Illness

  10. 3. Nurturance • “The provision of love, care and attention to each family member”

  11. How to provide nurturance • Touch • Sound • Food • Discipline • Limits • Nurture & care

  12. 5 Love languages • Words • Service • Gifts • Time • Touch • http://www.5lovelanguages.com/

  13. Henry Murray Psychogenic Needs Theory

  14. Murray’s Psychogenic needs • Ambition • Achievement • Exhibition • Recognition

  15. Murray’s Psychogenic needs • Ambition • Materialist • Acquisition • Construction • Order • Retention

  16. Murray’s Psychogenic needs • Ambition • Materialist • Power • Abasement • Autonomy • Aggression • Blame avoidance • Difference • Dominance

  17. Murray’s Psychogenic needs • Ambition • Materialist • Power • Affection • Affiliation • Nurturance • Play • Rejection • Succorance

  18. Murray’s Psychogenic needs • Ambition • Materialist • Power • Affection • Information • Cognizance • Exploration

  19. Nurturance • Death • Divorce

  20. 3. Nurturance • Discipline • Setting limits • DO YOU BUY IT? • “without discipline a child feels unprotected and unloved”

  21. 3. Nurturance • Discipline

  22. Discipline – Age appropriate • Age: 0-2 yrs • Eliminate temptation • Supervise • Redirect • “NO” • Time outs

  23. Discipline – Age appropriate • Age: 3-5 yrs • Connect action with consequence • Time outs • Model • Reward good behavior

  24. Discipline – Age appropriate • Age: 6-8 yrs • Relate action with consequence • Time out • Offer choices

  25. Discipline – Age appropriate • Age: 9-12 yrs • Emphasize consequences • Humor • Role reversal

  26. Discipline – Age appropriate • Age: 13 and older • Clear rules

  27. 4a. Socialization • Family #1 socializing agent

  28. 4b. Education • Begins at home

  29. 5. Reproduction

  30. 6. Recreation

  31. Family Types • Nuclear/conjugal • Extended • Single-parent • Blended • Cohabitative • Communal • Foster / adoptive • Lesbian / gay

  32. By Marianne Takas/January 30, 2013 • Statistically, the biggest predictor of family economic status is not race or geography, but whether households are headed by one parent or two. That’s why a family headed by a single white mother is nearly three times more likely to be poor than a family headed by married black parents. In fact, among all children living with a single mom, well more than a third live in poverty.

  33. Stages Retirement/Old age Middle-age Parenting Couple

  34. Couple Stage • Establish bonds • Adjust • Define roles

  35. Parental Years • Children  • Kids financially on own • 3 parts • Expanding years • Developing years • Launching years • Integrate baby • Adjust • Est. philosophy

  36. Expanding Years • New members • Focus on home • Feel tied down • i parent interaction

  37. Developing • School • Activities focus outside the home • Limited time • Share and manage duties

  38. Launching • Kids exit  • 50% of young adults live with parents until age of 20 - 24

  39. Middle Years • Empty-nest • Freedom • Purposeless • Down-sized

  40. Middle years • Volunteer • Hobbies • ? Relationship • $ • Elder care

  41. Retirement Years • Time • Health • + / - feelings

  42. Childbearing stage • Integrate baby • Adjust • Est. philosophy

  43. Grown-Child stage • Adjust • Re-establish relationship • Develop new roles

  44. Older-family stage • Adjust • Employment • Income • Health • Maintain relationships • Est. activities

  45. Birth order • http://www.parents.com/parents/quiz.jsp?catref=cat3550006&quizId=/templatedata/ab/quiz/data/BirthOrderQuiz_03052004.xml • Take the birth order quiz! • http://www.blogthings.com/birthorderpredictorquiz/ • This is a birth order predictor

  46. Family Patterns • Authoritarian / autocratic • Parents make all the decisions

  47. Battle hymn of the Tiger mom “This is a story about a mother, two daughters, and two dogs. This was supposed to be a story of how Chinese parents are better at raising kids than Western ones. But instead, it's about a bitter clash of cultures, a fleeting taste of glory, and how I was humbled by a thirteen-year-old.”

  48. Family patterns • Authoritative / democratic • Choices & participation • Mutual respect

  49. Family Patterns • Permissive / laissez-faire • Freedom