Case Study: Hannah Sayne
Read the narrative report for Hannah Sayne before you view the life care plan. Read the information, and assume that this is information that you collected during your clinical interview with Hannah.
Based on Hannah’s information, determine what recommendations should be made in her life care plan. Include the purpose for each item, the beginning and ending dates for each item, and the frequency of replacement schedule for the items. Pay particular attention to Hannah’s current durable medical equipment.
By now, you should have a good understanding of the items that should be included in the life care plan. Compare your sample life care plan to the life care plan provided for you. Are you beginning to notice that your life care plans are getting more accurate? What areas or items are you still having difficultly with?
To view the narrative report for Hannah Sayne, click here for the document.
To view the life care plan for Hannah Sayne, click here for the document.
To view the potential complications for Hannah Sayne, click here for the document.
Now, consider Hannah’s vocational issues, and try to determine her vocational options before looking at the vocational worksheet.
How accurate were you in determining her length of rehabilitation? Her vocational handicaps? Vocational alternatives? What about the impact on placement?
To view the vocational worksheet for Hannah Sayne, click here for the document.