Nursing Diagnosis, Interventions, Evaluation Social Isolation
Nursing Diagnosis for Social Isolation
Disturbed Sensory Perception related to withdrawal
The client can:
- Fostering a trusting relationship.
- Mention the causes of withdrawal.
- Mention the advantages relate to others.
- Doing social relations gradually, the client – the nurse, the client – the group, the client – the family.
- Expressing feelings after dealing with others.
- Empowering support system.
- Using medications appropriately and correctly.
Nursing Intervention for Social Isolation
- Construct a trusting relationship: therapeutic greetings, introduce themselves, explain the purpose of interaction, create a peaceful environment, create a contract that clearly at every meeting (topic to be discussed, the place to talk, talk time).
- Pay attention and awards: do not accompany the client time to answer, saying “I’ll sit beside you, if you want to say something I am ready to listen”. If a client looked at the nurse’s face said “there would you say?”.
- Listen to clients with empathy: give a chance to speak (not in a hurry), show the client the nurse to follow the conversation.
- Talk with the client what the cause would not relate to others.
- Discuss the perceived effect of the withdrawal.
- Discuss the advantages make friends with others.
- Assist clients to identify the capabilities of the client to hang.
- Perform frequent and brief interaction with the client (if possible the same nurse).
- Motivation / accompany the client to interact / meet with clients / other nurses, give examples of how to get acquainted.
- Increase the gradual interaction client (one client, two clients, one nurse, two nurses, and so on).
- Involve the client in a therapeutic group activity, socialization.
- Assist clients perform activities of daily living with the interaction.
- Facilities relationships with clients in therapeutic family.
- Discuss with the client after each interaction / activity.
- Give praise to the success of the client.
Nursing Evaluation for Social Isolation
- Facial expressions are friends, show pleasure, no eye contact, like shaking hands, want to mention names, like answering the greeting, will sit side by side with nurses, want to express the problems encountered.
- The client may be able to mention the cause withdraw from self, others and the environment.
- Clients can mention the advantages and disadvantages in dealing with others.
- The client is able to demonstrate a gradual social relationships: client – nurse, client – group, the client – the family.
- The client can express his feelings after being in contact with others for themselves and others.
- Families can participate in caring for the client to withdraw.
Nursing Diagnosis, Interventions and Evaluation for Social Isolation