1.1 Clinical information (Diagnostic summary)
Mr. S, 31 year old male, educated up to S S
The onset of the illness was when he was 25 years old with a continuous course. The precipitating factors can be that the client was beaten up by the
The client’s father is not mentally well. The client blindly follows the father’s instructions such as not to take
The client had normal and early development with a slow to warm temperament. The client have a poor academic performance in school and the occupation was decoration work.
The client has an irregular treatment history with poor medication compliance with differential diagnoses of Psychosis- affective disorder with a current episode of depression or schizophrenia currently on Clozapine 50mg [0-0-1] and syrup Risperidone 2mg [2ml] [0-0-1].
1.2 Socio-demographic data and social standing (social issues) of the patient
The client was registered to the palliative clinic on …. with a registration number of…. with mother as caregiver. The family is below poverty line with a very poor condition.
There are 8 members in his family including father, mother, brother, wife of brother, their 3 children. Father is having mental illness and mother is suffering with asthma. Brother is having some mental issues however he is married and the only earning member in the family. The family need economical support.
Their house is situated in rural panchayath and they have 25 cents of land in hand, the type of roof is with cement sheets and toilet facilities are satisfactory.
1.3 – Identified issue of marginalisation and human rights
Their social networks are impaired and they face stigma from their relatives and friends. He is educated up to S S L C however; nobody is appointing him to work because he is having mental illness. The client blindly follows the father’s instructions such as not to take