Nursing Case Study


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Nursing Case Study
Extent of Family and Social Support Structure
Henri (32), the stroke victim, lived in a household consisting solely of his partner Luc (36). Neither Henri nor Luc has surviving parents; although both men have siblings in the Quebec area, the siblings appear to be alienated from them. Both Henri and Luc have friends in Toronto, where they live, but contact with them frustrates Henri; in addition, Henri once had close ties with his colleagues at the retail store of which he was the manager, but these ties have frayed in the aftermath of the stroke. Finally, there are signs that the strength of Henri and Luc’s relationship is in decline, with Luc stating that he finds assisting Henri physically and emotionally difficult,...
The end: and what he can just leave to Bayshore.
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