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Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment
|Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Toddler |Preschool-Aged |School-Aged |
|(FHP) |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |
| | | | |
| |Autonomy vs. Shame and |Initiative vs. Guilt |Industry vs. Inferiority |
| |Doubt | | |
|Pattern of Health Perception and Health | | |. |
|Management: |1. Dependent upon parents and caregivers|1. Normal Heart Rate is 40-70 beats |1. Ability to accept responsibility for |
| |for teaching, modeling perceptions and |per minute. |some aspects of personal care. |
|List two normal assessment findings that |good practices where health care is |2. Curiosity regarding the body and the|2. Self-dental care. |
|would be characteristic for each age |concerned. |opposite sex. |3. Physical growth slows. |
|group. |2. Routine check-ups and immunizations. |3. Familiar with the part of the body |…...

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