Running Head: Health Education Plan
Health Education Plan
April 18, 2011
University of Phoenix
This plan is based on information collected from Windshield Survey of Chicago’s South Side and the Nursing Plan of Care for the AB family. It will include A description of the educational need; establish a goal and three objectives for the family; select two appropriate educational methods; outlines the steps to implement the plan; and evaluate the educational process including the educator and process evaluation. This plan will be directed towards the community as a whole, while focusing on the AB family.
It is very evident that within the community and AB’s home, a lesson on drugs is needed. The social groups that make up the majority of the gang-affiliated members are within the community. AB’s daughter (CL) likes to frequent the surroundings. The literacy rate is at an all-time low suggesting that children repeat classes. AB’s daughter is a high school graduate; she tends to be around those who are in need of her assistance with reading or writing. CL has experienced this lesson second-hand. She remains desiring to be outdoors with her latest friend. A lesson should be taught about the streets of Chicago. It houses a vast amount of derelicts that have either come from the penitentiaries or mental institutions. This add to the crime rates when these particular group of people have no where to go. AB’s sister removed the children from the west side of Chicago at early ages to prevent any encounters with drugs. Unfortunately, the drugs have make way to the homes of loved ones. The lesson taught in 2005 was that of the loss of a...
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