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Running Head: GENOGRAM AND ECOMAP 1Genogram and EcomapName:Professor:Institution:
GENOGRAM AND ECOMAP 2EcomapChurchFriendsPatientsupportgroupsNeighborFamily LL 32A/WDM 43A/WSM 50A/WCM 26A/WDM 29A/WGenogram Legend A/W – alive/wellEcomap LegendStrong Relationship Weak RelationshipTense RelationshipDirection of Energy FlowWorkfemalemale
GENOGRAM AND ECOMAP 3Genogram81 yr/o Male 79 y/o Female 84 y/o Male 83 y/o FemalePaternal grandfather paternal grandmother Maternal grandpa (Diabetic) Maternal grandmother50 y/o male 48 y/o male Paternal uncle Paternal Uncle 54y/o male48 y/o femaleMaternal aunt (Diabetic)maternal uncleFather Mother 54yrs old 51yrs old34 yrs male (Diabetic) 32 yrs female 25 yrs female 30 yrs male son 26 yrs femaleKeySquare= malesCircle= femalesCKLKRFLFE FS FDKRKFK(me)VKMTCBJ
GENOGRAM AND ECOMAP 4This paper aims to develop my family's genogram and use ecomap to establish how the family relates to environmental resources. The overall aim is to carry out a family assessment and apply nursing processes to develop a plan of care. The ecological resource relates to my family based on energy flow as well as strengthen relationships. The paper discusses suggestions for the creation of positive energy that improves the relationships to boost the healthcare status ofthe family. The genogram shows the family is composed of my husband (DM), I(SM), and our three children (J,C &T). My husband and I are the senior citizens' family, but I work part-time to cater