Childhood and Normal Assessment Findings

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Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment
Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) Toddler
Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Preschool-Aged
Erickson’s Developmental Stage: School-Aged
Erickson’s Developmental Stage:

Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management:

List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group.

List two potential problems that a nurse may discover in an assessment of each age group. Autonomy versus shame and doubt

Normal: Toddlers looking to parents for guidance and instruction for personal hygiene as well as the food choices they have. Initiative versus guilt

Normal: Preschool-aged children should be given small chores around the house to
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Normal: Parents should be encouraging child to play with imaginary friends and role play with dolls Normal: Child should be reading and writing with ease and mastering his/her own style of penmanship as well as his/her own style of clothing in addition to how to plan for the future. Potential Problems: Parents have not made the appropriate safe guards in place to keep child safe as well as letting them experience their surroundings by playing with them. Potential Problems: If parents don’t allow for proper role play or a safe guidelines to play the child’s growth to be stunted. Potential Problems: Child has no concept of time nor how to relate past events to current situations as well as no literacy or pride in education.
Pattern of Sleep and Rest:

List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group.

List two potential problems that a nurse may discover in an assessment of each age group. Normal: Strict bed times with guideline set by parents as well as a set nap time for appropriate rest for human growth. Normal: Child will have established normal sleeping routines and enjoy a story before bed time or some sort of relaxing activity before bed and acknowledge a routine before bed. Normal: Child needs less sleep than before but will still need strict guidelines for sleep and the hours leading up to sleep. Potential

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