Developmental Task

5 Questions  I  By Ishirich on January 21, 2010
Developmental Task Is a skill or growth responsibility arising at a particular time in an individual’s life, the achievement of which will provide a foundation for the accomplishment of future task

  

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1.  A mother complains that her 13-year-old has started to grow rapidly, and asks the nurse if this is normal and how long it will last. The best nursing response is:
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2.  A 21-year-old who has just graduated from college has had a serious automobile accident and faces many months of hospitalization and rehabilitation. The nurse, in planning care, recognizes that according to Havighurst, this client may delay or have difficulty with successful accomplishment of which developmental task?
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3.  A mother is frustrated because her 2½-year-old is not toilet trained and will not use the potty when placed on it. What suggestion by the nurse is most appropriate?
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  1. The nurse is developing a teaching plan for a 9-year-old female client who is diabetic. Which actions would be appropriate, according to Piaget?
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5.  A mother expresses concern to the nurse regarding her 5-year-old child's development. She says: "I read Erikson and Piaget, and my child does not seem to be on target. Also, my neighbor's child seems more advanced. My doctor says not to worry, but I do." The best nursing response is:
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