QUESTION FOR NURSES Jorge is a nine-year-old child who has never learned to regulate his urine at night and wets the bed every night. During the day, he does not have any toileting mishaps. Jorge lives at home with a single working mother, who privately tells the RN that she is frustrated with the additional laundry, and having to get up extra early so her son can shower in the morning rather than at night. She seeks guidance from the RN at the pediatrician’s office on how to deal with the problem at home. Jorge is looking forward to going on a Boy Scout camping trip, but his mother is worried that he will be embarrassed if the other boys and the leader find out about the problem. Please respond to the following in 100 words or more, depending on the scenario above: 1. Identify four (4) assessment data points that the RN should collect. 2. Describe how each of the four pieces of evaluation data will be utilized to build the patient’s nursing care plan. Thank you very much.