Abuse and Neglect Orientation Project and Community Assessment
There are 2 parts to this assessment. In this assessment, pretend you are gathering information for a family assessment and looking at the medical history and social influences on a family unit. You present this in a genogram and ecomap. You also conduct a windshield survey of the community in which your chosen family resides.Part 1: Abuse and Neglect: Orientation ProjectSelect a family within your community as the basis for the completion of assessments.(Family name: Mr. Wiliam and Mrs. Maria Green)Husband and wife living in Chicago, IL. No children and have been living in Chicago since they meet. William recently retired at the age of 64. Due to the covid situation, he retired early because he has multiple co-morbidities/underlying conditions. Maria is a nurse and currently working full-time in the nursing home. They have 1 car to use for transportation and both are licensed to drive. Maria is 46yrs old and William is 66yrs old. They don’t have any families around the area. Maria is from the Philippines and William is born and raised in Chicago but his parents are deceased and his siblings live in Minnesota.Formulate key questions for obtaining valuable information.Ensure your family assessment addresses:Identifying dataDevelopmental stage and history of familyEnvironmental dataFamily structureFamily functionsFamily stress and copingFamily compositionProvide a brief overview of the family members.Complete a genogram and ecomap.Format your assessment data as follows:875-word summarySubmit your genogram and ecomap as a mind map or other visual representation.Note: Remove all personally identifying information, such as the family members’ names. Refer to family members by initials only.Part 2: Community AssessmentReview thewindshield survey aid.Review the Windshield Survey ResourcesObserve your family’s community by driving around the area.Consider aspects of the community that could affect residents’ health and anyHealthyPeople Leading Health Indicatorsthat may be applicable to the community.Conduct a windshield survey that addresses the following components:The age, nature, and condition of the community’s available housingInfrastructure needs—roads, bridges, streetlights, and so onThe presence or absence of functioning businesses and industrial facilitiesThe location, condition, and use of public spacesThe amount of activity on the streets at various times of the day, week, or yearThe noise level in various parts of the communityThe amount and movement of traffic at various times of dayThe location and condition of public buildings—the city or town hall, courthouse, and so onWalkability of community; walking paths/biking paths/safety? Proximity for walkability to community resources?Public transportation availability? Cost? Accessibility?Social service centers? Public libraries? Parks? Churches? Community centers? Recreation centers?Health care facilities? How many? Clinics? Hospitals? Accessibility of health care resources?Food/nutrition? Food deserts? Grocery stores?Homeless population? Homeless services?Police/fire presence?Schools? Location? Physical condition of schools?Compile your windshield survey data, using theWindshield Survey Templateto include:Data overview of all community components as identified in the Community Tool Box ResourceStrengths of community as evidenced by windshield surveyWeaknesses (gaps in service) as evidenced by windshield surveyDevelop 1 family nursing diagnosis based upon identified gap in community resources as an indicator of potential poor health outcomesFormat your assessment as noted:18- to 20-slide presentationThe slides should only contain essential information and as little text as possible. Do not design a slide presentation made up of long bullet points. Your speaker notes convey the details you would give if you were presenting. See thislinkfrom Microsoft.com for more help.