An established routine becomes routine and. With regard to political decisions, nursing care programs should be developed to improve the personal care behavior of people aged 65 and over. Therefore, nursing interventions become a requirement for people who are disabled or have difficulty caring for themselves. For people affected by a progressive disease such as PD, the support of a caregiver is of great importance.
Many caregivers expressed their desire that medical care would teach them methods and strategies to provide more support to their partner in managing various aspects of the disease in order to maintain healthy behaviors and physical and psychological well-being. The format isn't always important, and the format of the care plan can vary between different nursing schools or medical jobs. The data used to explore self-management based on the opinions of patients and their caregivers used in this study consisted of the three studies that explored a self-management intervention, the National Parkinson's School (NPS) in Sweden. This care plan is included to give an example of how a nurse (LPN or RN) can plan treatment for a patient with these conditions.
If the plan was successful, the overall objective of the nursing intervention was met, by providing the necessary support so that the patient and their caregivers were independent in carrying out the personal care actions needed to address the impact of PD. While the social environment and the support offered by close and available people in daily life were undoubtedly the most important thing for people with PD and their caregivers, participants also expressed that the support provided by health professionals was important to guide them towards self-management. Regarding the functional concept “Support and Relationships” (which refers to family, friends, neighbors and health professionals), the two older age groups reached the level of “therapeutic deficit of self-care (moderate) self-care deficit (moderate) in nursing care needs. Regarding the predictions of the nursing care needs of older people based on personal care behaviors, the answers can be analyzed by examining Fig.
This personal story is the basis for a mutual understanding of the situation and a prerequisite for content and collaboration between the nurse, the person with Parkinson's disease and the caregivers in the meeting. In this study, no need for nursing care was identified for older people at the level of “severe or complete personal care deficit”. Therefore, the level of disability can be assessed through an evaluation of functionality, which allows the subsequent determination of health care needs in all dimensions of the disability, including body functions and structures, activities and participation, as well as associated deficiencies, limitations, restrictions and environmental factors. An evaluation is required to identify possible problems that may have caused a personal care deficit, as well as to name any episodes that may occur during nursing care.
Therefore, the model will be useful to support decision-making in the context of nursing care planning and resource management.