The ability to give care to an individual that demonstrates awareness of and sensitivity to the underlying personal and cultural reality of the individual by identifying and using cultural norms, values, and communication and time patterns in collecting and interpreting assessment information
An explanation of the phases of human development—physical, psychosocial, cognitive, and spiritual dimensions—based on descriptive research studies
A form of documentation diagramming a family's social environment
A set of interacting individuals related by blood, marriage, cohabitation, or adoption and who interdependently perform relevant functions through expected roles
family developmental tasks
Tasks for establishing a mutually satisfying adult relationship that fits into the kinship network.
The process of continual change in the system as information and energy are exchanged between the family and the environment