OREM’s KEY CONCEPTS.
the “doing” of activities which an individual himself carry out in order to sustain well-being throughout life;
a behavior learned
to control causes which affects one’s growth and health
THERAPEUTIC SELF-CARE DEMAND
known self-care requisites [that are] particular for individuals in relation to their conditions and circumstances (Orem, 1995)
the acquired ability of a person or individual in keeping up in --achieving self-care
arises when the self-care agent is unable or falls short in performing
the therapeutic self-care demands that can either be actual or potential.
the person, who is in expertise and experience in nursing situations