Definition of the NANDA label
Collaboration pattern that is sufficient to meet mutual needs and can be reinforced.
A pattern of mutual partnership to provide for each other’s needs, which can be strengthened.
• Expresses desire to strengthen communication between the couple.
• Expresses satisfaction with the exchange of information and ideas between the couple.
• Expresses satisfaction in sharing physical and emotional needs between the couple.
• The members of the couple show mutual respect.
• Developmental goals appropriate for the family’s life cycle stage are achieved.
• The components of the couple demonstrate a good balance between autonomy and collaboration.
• The components of the couple demonstrate mutual support in daily activities.
• Each identifies the other as a key person.
• Demonstrates understanding of insufficient partner function (physical, social, and psychological).
• Expresses satisfaction with the complementary relationship between the members of the couple.
• Functioning of the couple.
• Be dad.
• Social interaction.
• Family support.
• Role empowerment.
• Family mobilization.
• Maintenance of family processes.
• Health education.