Callisto Roy and Betty Neuman’s theories view the person (individual, group, or community) as a holistic adaptive system that constantly interacts with the internal and external environments. Both theories view the person as being the center of nursing concern and present health/wellness and illness as parts of the same continuum, however there are some key assumptions that are different. As such, identify 3 areas in which both theories differ and compare how the plan of care for this patient would change based on there conceptual differences. Give specific examples of interventions that you anticipate will be different based on the patient’s needs as identified by both theories. Mr. Reynolds is a 84 yearold male patient hospitalized on the orthopedic unit of the hospital. He is statuspost right hip surgery due to a recent fall at home. He has a history of Coronary Artery Disease and Diabetes Mellitus. He has recently become a widower and is awaiting social work for placement in a rehabilitation facility, where he will continue his recovery. He has long been estranged from his children but has recently reconnected with his daughter who lives 4 hours away.