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NAME AGE SEX CIVIL POSITION INRELATIONSHIP PLACE OF

STATUS THE FAMILY TO THE FAMILY RESIDENCE

Flordeliza 39 F Married Wife Wife Seaside, San


Agbong Roque, Lapazan

Marlon 18 M Single Eldest Son Son Seaside, San


Agbong Roque, Lapazan

Candy Agbong17 F Single 2nd child Daughter Seaside, San


Roque, Lapazan

Cindy Agbong 16 F Single 3rd child Daughter Seaside, San


Roque, Lapazan

Mary Jane8 F Single 4th child Daughter Seaside, San


Agbong Roque, Lapazan

Aldren 2 Single 5th child Son Seaside, San


Agbong Roque, Lapazan
1. What is the family’s source of income?
The family’s source of income is from the husband only. The
husband works as a security guard at Gusa, Mindanao Tracking
Corporation from the Sagittarius Agency. He works about an
average of 8 hours/day. His monthly income averages Php
7,000 per month.
 
2. What is their ethnic background? Their religious affiliation?
When it comes to their ethnic background, the husband is
purely Kagay-anon while the wife is from Talakag, Bukidnon.
They are currently residing at San Roque Seaside, Lapasan
Cagayan de Oro City. The rest of the members of the family
speak Visayan. They are “Philippinista” but their first born son
separately goes to church at United Christian Church of the
Philippines (UCCP).
3. Who are the family’s significant others? What roles do
they play in the family’s life?
The family’s significant others are their in-laws, siblings
of the husband and their children who lived next to their
home. The role of their significant others is to help them
in times of need just like emotional and most especially
during financial problems.

4. Does the family participate in the activities of the


community? If yes what are these activities. If no, what
are the reasons why they do not participate?
Yes, family participates in the activities of the community
like feeding programs; outreach programs and
community clean up of the environment.
1. Housing
a. Is the family’s living space adequate for their number?
The family’s living space is inadequate for their number. It has one
room in near their kitchen for the couple and small portion upstairs
for their five children. All the children sleep together in one room
including the 2 year old boy.

b. Is their furniture adequate for them? Is it enough for their needs?


The family’s furniture is enough for their needs. They have one
table, small cabinet for their TV and DVD and small sofa for their
visitors but their kitchen utensils do not sustain their needs.
 
c. Are their insects and rodents in their house?
Their house has a plenty of insects such as flies, rats, ants,
especially mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are present day and night. Rats
is as big as small cats but they don’t do any precautionary measures
in order to eliminate or even reduce these rodents.
d. Are their accident hazards in and around the house? If yes,
please enumerate.
The house is made of light materials. They cooked their foods
inside the house using liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) but
sometimes if they ran out of LPG, they used to cook their food
inside the house using the “kahoy” located in the ground beside
the wall. This can cause fire and considered as hazardous to
well being of all the members of the family. The wirings are too
close to each other that might result to a short circuit that will
eventually lead to fir The house is always affected by flood due
to its location and structure since their house is not elevated,
thus, causes the water to go inside and flood their things inside.

e. What are their cooking utensils? What is their storage?


Their cooking utensils include only of one small frying pan and
pots. They use plastic ware for their food. They don’t have
enough storage for their utensils because some utensils are just
place in the anywhere. In addition, they have poor food storage
because they don’t have the refrigerator, thus, their food must
be all consumed in order for the food not to become spoiled.
f. What is their water supply? Where is the source? Is it
potable?
They do not have their own water supply. The source of
their drinking water is from the Cagayan de Oro Water
District (COWD), government own free for the residents in
their place. They wake up early and gather some water
and store it in the plastic container, which is slightly dirty.
 
g. What is their toilet facility? What is its condition? Is it
sanitary?
The family does have a toilet of their own but it somewhat
unsanitary. It is open and located at the corner of their
kitchen beside the unprotected stairs. It is water –sealed
type of toilet with black dirt surrounded on it. The only
barrier to their toilet from the other parts of the house is
the bathroom curtains only, thus, when someone
defecates, all the family members will know because they
can smell the not-so-fragrant smell.
h. What is the type of their garbage and refuse
disposal system? Is it sanitary?
They use sack for their garbage, which is
collected by the garbage truck every Tuesday.
It has no cover and the flies are all around but
as we go on with our assessment we found out
that there are scattered trashes at the back of
their house situated beside the toilet.

i. Describe their drainage system. Is it sanitary?


The drainage system is closely sealed but still it
is smelly and unsanitary since they do not have
the willingness to clean their drainage.
2. What type of neighborhood does the family belong to? Describe.
The type of their neighborhood is like squatter’s area. They belong in a
low-income level family. It is noisy, crowded and cannot accessed by
vehicles especially fire trucks.
 
3. Are their social and health facilities in the neighborhood? If yes, please
enumerate and describe each?
In terms of their social facilities, they have basketball court 30 meters
away from their house. They also have a Catholic Church in the area.
As to health facilities, there is a health center which is approximately
45 meters away from their house
 
4. What is the family’s mean of communication and transportation?
The family has a television and a radio as a means of communication.
His oldest son has a cell phone for emergency cases. Their means of
transportation are jeepneys and trisikads.
 
1. Medical and health history of each family member.
The children of the Agbong Family already completed their
immunization as evidenced by immunization record situated at the San
Roque Health Center that was provided by the Barangay Health
Worker (BHW). Vaccines given were one dose of BCG, 3 doses of OPV,
3 doses of Hepa B, 1 dose of measles. The youngest son of the family,
Aldren experienced hospitalization during the year 2008 because of
diarrhea. There is no further passed hospitalization experienced by the
children of the said family. Currently, Aldren is suffering from diarrhea
but they did not consult yet any doctors because according to the
mother it is not yet severe and the child is still responding effectively.
 
2. Value placed on disease prevention.
a. Are the children immunized? What is their immunization status?
All of the five children were fully immunized because they availed the
immunization program implemented by the government through their
Barangay Health Center.
Child’s DPT BCG OPV Hepatitis B Measles
Name

Marlon     
Agbong

Candy     
Agbong

Cindy     
Agbong

Mary Jane    
Agbong

Aldren
Agbong     
b. Does the family utilize other preventive
actions? If yes, what are they?
The family does not have other preventive
actions.
 
3. What is the family’s source of medication?
The family’s source of medication is from their
health center. These medications include
paracetamol (biogesic) and amoxicillin. If and
when that one of their family members will get
severe illness they often borrow money with
the siblings of the husband.
4. What are their perception of the role of the health professional
and their services? What are their expectations of the services of
the community health? Nurse?
They have high respect for the health professionals. They were
contented with the free services given by the health workers since
they were treated very well regardless of their economic status.
 
5. Do they have previous experience with the health professionals?
If yes, were they satisfied with the results?
Yes, They have previous experience with the health professionals.
It was when they consulted at the health center and their youngest
son was hospitalized in NMMC. So far all health professionals they
have encountered treated them well. They were satisfied of the
services.
 Patriarchal  Extended  Matriarchal
 Single Parent  Nuclear  Alternate Family

1. Dominant family members in terms of decision making,


especially in health care.
The husband and wife often share the obligation of making
decisions relative to health care. The father predominantly
makes the decision regarding with the activities of the
family. But when it comes to caring the sick family member it
is the mother who take good care of them.
 
2. Describe the general family relationship.
As what we have observed, the family has a good,
harmonious relationship. The husband does not have any
vices but drinks occasionally like during fiestas and
birthdays. The husband is responsible enough to provide the
family’s needs while the wife is taking good care of their
children.
A. SLEEPING PATTERN
1. Are there hours for retiring and getting up?
All of the family members wake up at 5 am because they have their
own chores to do and they prepare themselves for school.

2. Do the family nap during the day?


Only the mother and her youngest son can nap during the day
because the husband is working while the rest are at school. They
usually nap at around 2 pm of the day after house hold chores and
after watching noon time show.
 
3. Do the members of the family sleep together?
The couple sleep together in their bed beside the kitchen while the
children sleeps together also in the other room upstairs
B. EATING PATTERN

1. How many meals do the family have each


day?
The family can eat three meals a day. Their
meals usually consist of vegetables, sardines
and dried fish. They eat snacks sometimes
during afternoon. But sometimes when they
are out of budget, they take their meals
twice only.

2. Does anyone of the family appear over


weight or under weight? Who they are?
Members Age Weight Height BMI Classific
ation

Eusebio (father) 48 61 kg 160 cm 23.82 Normal

Flordeliza (wife) 39 52kg 158 cm 20.82 Normal

Marlon 18 48kg 157cm 19.47 Normal

Candy 17 39kg 155cm 16.23 Underwe


ight

Cindy 12 26 kg 138cm 13.65 Underwe


ight

Mary Jane 8 24 kg 133cm 13.56 Underwe


ight

Aldren 2 10kg 82.82cm 14.87 underwei


ght
C. LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES
1. How does each member spend his/ her leisure hours? Is the leisure
time appropriate for the sex and age group of the individual?
The father does not have leisure time because he is at work and when if
it’s his off day he spent it by resting in the house. He leaves early for
work and went home late. The mother does not also have leisure time
because she’s so busy doing laundry and giving care to the children.
 
2. Does any member have an all- consuming hobby? If yes, What affects
does this on the family.
Any of the family does not have any all- consuming hobbies because
they prioritized their work rather than their hobbies.

3. Does the family have any joint activity for leisure? What is it? How
often do they do this limited activity?
The family’s joint activity includes attending church during Sundays and
sometimes they go to the bench for fun.
RANK SCORE FAMILY HEALTH PROBLEMS

1 4.17 UNSANITARY TOILET

4.17 PRESENCE OF BREEDING PLACES OF INSECTS AND RODENTS

2 4 MALNUTRITION

3 3.84 IMPROPER GARBAGE DISPOSAL

4 3.83 FAMILY HISTORY OF SPECIFIC CONDITION (HYPERTENSION)

5 3.17 INADEQUATE LIVING SPACE

6 2.84 ACCIDENTAL HAZARDS

2.84 FAMLY BEYONG WHAT FAMILY RESOURCES CAN ADEQUATELY


PROVIDE

7 2.67 LACK OF FOOD STORAGE FACILITIES

2.67 INADEQUATE PERSONAL BELONGINGS UTENSILS


Health Family Nursing Goal of Care (General) Objective of care Intervention Method of Resources Evaluation
Problems Problem (specific) Measures Nurse-Family Required
Contact

Malnutrition - Inability to recognize - After the nursing -After a month of nursing Home Visit -Time
Underweight the problem of intervention, the family will intervention, the family -Emphasize the -Effort Goals partially
BMI of the malnutrition due to: be able to: will be able to: importance of -Money met:
following family Ignorance of facts that • Perform the • Improve the weight proper nutrition -Camera
members: some of the family importance of nutrition of the malnourished -Teach the family -Weighing Scale -They are able to
= Candy (17 members are among the family child with the help of on proper food -Tape Measure perform the
years old) - malnourished members through their the health teachings preparation (for BMI) importance of
16.23 Fear of Consequences actions of abstaining being taught to eat - Enumerate the -Notebook nutrition through
=Cindy (12 of diagnosis of problem unhealthy food. various kinds of food. advantages and -Pen abstaining
years old) - related to economic. • Identify cheaper yet • Demonstrate the disadvantages of -BMI chart unnecessary food
13.65 - Inability to make nutritious and healthy proper way of preparingmalnutrition like “junk” foods.
=Mary Jane (8
decisions with respect to foods nutritious food. - Identify cheaper and able to
years old) -
taking appropriate health nutritious and identify cheaper
13.56
=Aldren (2 actions due to: healthy foods nutritious and
years old) - Low salience of the healthy foods
14.87 family about the existing but fail to
problem of malnutrition demonstrate the
in the family. importance of
Inability to decide food preparation
which action action to due to the
take among the list location of their
alternatives I order to be kitchen and the
healthy. lack of necessary
Fear of consequences utensils.
of action related to
economic.
Health Family Nursing Goal of Care (General) Objective of care Intervention Method of Resources Evaluation
Problems Problem (specific) Measures Nurse-Family Required
Contact

Unsanitary - Inability to make - After the nursing -After an hour of -Provide proper Home Visit -Time
Toilet decisions with intervention, the family nursing intervention, Health teachings -Effort Goals partially
respect to taking will be able to: the family will be able in maintaining -Money met:
appropriate health • To demonstrate the to: good hygiene -Camera
action due to: effects of unsanitary • To perform within their -Weighing -They are able
Fear of toilet to the health of the proper waste scope of Scale to verbalize the
consequences of family. disposal (feces and environment. -Tape Measure importance of
action secondary to• To perform the urine) -provide (for BMI) nutrition and
economic proper use of toilet • To identify and effective -Notebook able to identify
-Inability to facility and keeping it differentiate the information -Pen cheaper
recognize the clean and therapeutic to advantages of proper about the various -BMI chart nutritious and
presence of a all the family members. waste disposal in diseases that the healthy foods
problem due to: preventing the spreadfamily can but fail to
Ignorance of of communicable acquire with demonstrate the
facts that diseases. unsanitary toilet importance of
unsanitary toilet -d food preparation
might cause the due to the
spread of any location of there
kinds of infection. kitchen.
Health Family Nursing Goal of Care (General) Objective of care Intervention Method of Resources Evaluation
Problems Problem (specific) Measures Nurse-Family Required
Contact

Presence of - Inability to recognize - After the nursing -After an hour of nursing -Perform to the Home Visit -Time
Breeding the problem of having intervention, the family will intervention, the family family the various -Effort Goals met:
Places of breeding places of be able to: will be able to: yet very effective -Money
Rodents and rodents and insects due • To • Earn a sufficient strategies in -Camera (for -Each of the
Insects to: demonstrate on how to knowledge on what eliminating these Documentation) family members
Ignorance of facts prevent the numbers of things to be done in rodents and insects -Good sound were able to
that these rodents rodents and insects in order for these rodents through promoting Conversation demonstrate
could cause different their house. to be eliminated. a clean correctly the
kinds of disease. • To know what • identify the environment. ways in
Fear of consequences diseases will be acquired advantages of having a -Provide proper preventing the
of diagnosis of in having these insects clean environment in health teaching increase of these
problem secondary to and rodents. relation to the about the rodents as well as
economic. elimination of these. advantages and able to know the
-Inability to make disadvantages of disadvantages of
decisions with respect having breeding having these
to taking appropriate places of insects rodents around.
health actions due to: and rodents.
Inability to decide
which action to take
among the list of
alternatives.
Fear of consequence
of action secondary to
economic.