Hi all, I'm having trouble with a pediatric care plan (it's the first one I've done in the course). Some background info on the patient: 3 y/o female with acute myeloid leukemia and trisomy 21. She is developmentally delayed and does not speak. Her parents/other family are not present so they cannot speak for her. She only interacts with staff.The diagnoses that I am brainstorming (this list is not complete - these are just the ones I'm having trouble with):-risk for infection-ineffective protection r/t thrombocytopeniaI'm having trouble with subjective information for the risk for infection and ineffective protection diagnoses. We have always been taught that the subjective information generally has to be in quotes since it's coming from the patient/family. Since this patient is not able to speak and family is not there to speak for her I'm a bit stumped. Can someone point me in the right direction? Is it appropriate to state that there are none since the patient and family can't say anything?Thanks!!