PMID: 8502840May 1, 1993Paper

Using social support theory to care for CVA patients

Rehabilitation Nursing : the Official Journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
D RagsdaleA T Lasher

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to describe how social support theory was used to guide the nursing care of patients admitted to a rehabilitation unit in a large teaching hospital in a metropolitan medical center. Criteria from Caplan's Social Support Theory (Caplan & Killilea, 1976) were used to outline a plan that included input from significant others to create a plan for their loved ones who were recovering from left-side CVAs. All nursing care was based on the cognitive and intellectual abilities of the patients. Two case studies are presented to illustrate the use of these nursing protocols.

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