Holistic health assessment

Choose an adult (65 years or older) friend or relative, perform a holistic health assessment, and discuss you’re discovered holistic health assessment data. Your assessment should include the following parts for the holistic assessment:

General Health History

Physiological Assessment

Psychological Assessment

Social Assessment

Cultural Assessment

Developmental Assessment

Spiritual Assessment

#2: Interpretation (Abnormality and Coping)

Choose one abnormality from the data gained in the assessments and discuss possible reasons/causes for the abnormality.

How does this abnormality impact the other areas of the patient’s life?

Discuss the client’s stress and coping mechanisms.

Are they healthy?

What recommendations and improvements could be made that are individualized for this person?

#3: Teaching Plan: Create a teaching plan that addresses the client holistically by applying the assessment data you have analyzed.

Describe at least one client goal for each of the six categories (each category should have a goal) (physical, psychological, social, cultural, developmental, and spiritual).

Discuss one strategy per goal you would use to teach your client about each individual goal

Explain how you will evaluate if your teaching was effective

Title Slide (1 slide)

Objective Slide (1 slide)


General Health History (1slide)

Physical (1 slide)

Psychological (1 slide)

Social (1 slide)

Cultural (1 slide)

Developmental (1 slide)

Spiritual (1 slide)

Interpretation (Abnormality and Coping)

Abnormality, Reasons/Causes, Impact on Life (1 slide)

Stress, Coping, Recommendations (1 slide)

Teaching Plan

Physical Goal and Teaching Strategy (1 slide)

Psychological Goal and Teaching Strategy (1 slide)

Social Goal and Teaching Strategy (1 slide)

Cultural Goal and Teaching Strategy (1 slide)

Developmental Goal and Teaching Strategy (1 slide)

Spiritual Goal and Teaching Strategy (1 slide)

Evaluation Plan (1 slide)

References (1 slide)

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