Anisa Putri, Ika (2008) UPAYA ORANG TUA DALAM MELATIH KEMANDIRIAN ANAK CEREBRAL PALSY. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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This research title is “Parents effort to train self help on Cerebral Palsy children” Self Help on Cerebral Palsy children is very important on the daily life, it means not depend to other people while doing daily life activity. Self Help training in this research is Self Care skill, including eat activity, toilet activity and dressing. Self help therapy not just do in the therapy school, but also need parents efforts in the home environment. Because most time was expended on home rather than school or therapy place that usually just take about 5-6 hours. Goal from this research is to knew what parents did to developed self help skill also to found support & blocking factor on developing self help on Cerebral Palsy children. This research type is qualitative descriptive, method that used on this research is interview and observation. Subject that used on this research is 3 respondent that having a Cerebral Palsy children, and then data analysis using descriptive data analysis. Result from this research is knowing that parents effort to train their children to eat was step by step, that was helping children holding spoon, put plate in front of their children, eat food that have no water like soup, and then drink using glass that having 2 handle, then using glass with 1 handle, then using glass with no handle. For the toilet activity, they train how to squat and stand, and for the dressing skill is to teach how to fasten the button. Research also found other effort that parents do to develop the cognitive, like reading, writing, and counting. Train to walk, control the saliva, train reflect or response, and use a hand phone. Some factorial that can help developing self help on Cerebral Palsy are Children that having a highly motivation on training, that makes children easy to train, and also parents discipline on educating their children. Some factor that can hold up children on developing their self help are parents not consistent on training their children, lack of patient, too busy with their work, and physically limitation on their children.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||28 Apr 2012 03:30|
|Last Modified:||28 Apr 2012 03:30|
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