Describe how you will provide this care incorporating the principles of child.
Purpose: this assessment task offers the opportunity for students to develop and articulate an individualised and evidenced-based approach to the nursing care of a child or youth and their family. A key focus will be the importance of taking a developmentally appropriate approach when communicating with the child or youth and their family.
1/ Identify an aspect of nursing care currently required by the child or youth.
2/ Describe how you will provide this care incorporating the principles of child/family centred care, child rights and the developmental stage of the child
3/Identify an issue with communication arising from the scenario.
4/Describe the strategies/approaches you will use to communicate and develop a trusting relationship with the child or youth and family incorporating the principles of child/family centred care and child right
Justification of these strategies/approaches should be based on:
-principle/s of Family Centred Care and/or Child Centred Care – consideration of the developmental stage of the child Detailed assessment guidelines.
Criterion 1 Develops effective strategies/approaches to communicating with the child or youth and family based on the developmental stage of the child. (13 marks)è Demonstrated very good knowledge and understanding of the child’s developmental stage by integrating highly relevant strategies and approaches to communicating and providing care for the child and family.
Criterion 2 Incorporates the principles of Family Centred Care and/or Child Centred Care in planning the care for the child or youth and family (13 marks)è integrated relevant discussion of child/family cantered care and child rights when planning care and communicating with the child and fam
Criterion 3 Synthesises and applies the best available evidence when describing the approaches to communicating and caring for the child or youth and family (8 marks)è Presented approaches to communicating with and providing care for the child and family that are clear, logical, practical and grounded in best available evidence
Demonstrates academic writing skills (6 marks)
Scenario 1: ‘Daisy’
Daisy is 10 months old and has been admitted to the paediatric ward in a regional hospital with her mother Elizabeth, who will be ‘rooming in’. Daisy was referred by her GP who was concerned about Daisy’s poor weight gain and increased lethargy.