HUBUNGAN STIMULASI ORANGTUA DENGAN PERKEMBANGAN BALITA USIA 12-36 BULAN

  • Lita Angelina Saputri Poltekkes Kemenkes Padang
  • Yefrida Rustam Poltekkes Kemenkes Padang
  • Dwi Sanella Sari Poltekkes Kemenkes Padang
Keywords: Parent Stimulation; Development;Toddler

Abstract

Based on data from Kemenkes RI, 48% of Indonesian children are experience developmental delays. In Padang City, the prevalence of developmental delay of children is 12% and 141 children under five years in working area Andalas Health Care experience developmental delay. One of factors causing developmental delay is the failure or delay in giving stimulation. The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between parent stimulation and the development of toddler aged 12-36 months in Andalas Village, working area Andalas Health Care City of Padang. This type of research is descriptive analytic with cross sectional approach. Data were collected in Andalas Village working area Andalas Health Care at August 2017-May 2018. The population of this research are all parents who have toddler aged 12-36 months in Andalas Village with 40 respondents using multistage random samplin technique. Data were collected by filling questionnaire The Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of The Environment (HOME) and KPSP. The data analysis consisted of univariate and bivariate analysis using Chi-square test with confident interval 95% .The result showed 23 respondents (57,5%) with parent’s good stimulation and 24 respondents (60%) have appropriate developments. Results of bivariate analysis p value = 0.000, meaning that there is a significant relationship between parent’s stimulation and the development of children aged 12-36 months. Based on the analysis we can conclude that there is a relationship between parent stimulation and the development of toddler aged 12-36 months. It is expected that health workers to provide information for parents about developmental stimulation and perform early detection of children development optimally

Published
2020-12-31