Multidisciplinary Care Plans


  • Adjustment to Nursing Home Placement Care Plan
  • Aggressive Behavior Care Plan
  • Anger Care Plan
  • Anticipatory Grieving Care Plan
  • Anxiety Care Plan
  • Aphasia Care Plan
  • Bedfast (all or most of time) Care Plan
  • Constipation Care Plan
  • Dehydration Care Plan
  • Decline in ADL Function Care Plan
  • Delirium Care Plan
  • Depression Care Plan
  • Diabetes Care Plan
  • Discharge to Home Care Plan
  • Dysphasia Care Plan
  • Edema Care Plan
  • Frequent Falls Care Plan
  • Hearing Impairment Care Plan
  • Impaired Decision Making/Cognitive Loss Care Plan
  • Impaired Skin Integrity Care Plan
  • Inappropriate Sexual Behavior Care Plan
  • Insomnia Care Plan
  • Little Activity Involvement Care Plan
  • Memory Deficit Care Plan
  • Pain Care Plan
  • Social Isolation Care Plan
  • Vision Impairment-(Severe) Care Plan


Sample Care Plan


Resident will not develop increased edema
  1. Assess amount of edema to extremity daily and document.
  2. Keep extremity elevated all times except during ambulation
  3. Assess site for weeping and pitting
  4. Report any redness, heat or rash accompanying edema to the physician.
  5. Follow dietary guidelines, i.e.: fluid restrictions; low sodium diet as ordered.
  6. Wrap weeping extremities with gauze and cotton absorbent terry socks to prevent the resident from slipping on dripping fluids and change as needed.
  7. Provide education on the resident's medical condition.
  8. Remove any obstructions on the floor of the resident's room.
  9. Maintain clear path in front of the resident at all times during ambulation.
  10. Administer cardiac medication and/or diuretic as ordered by the physician.
  11. Review lab work ordered by the physician.
  12. Remind the resident to wear nonskid or rubber-soled shoes or slippers at all times every shift.
  13. Encourage the resident to ask for assistance to transfer from bed to wheelchair or any other surface.
  14. Keep all personal items within the resident's reach at the bedside table at all times.
  15. Assess for signs and symptoms of a rash on the weeping extremity site.
  1. N
  2. A,N
  3. N
  4. N
  5. ALL
  6. N
  7. N
  8. ALL
  9. ALL
  10. N
  11. N
  12. N
  13. N
  14. N
  15. N