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Peningkatan Kesiapsiagaan Bencana Pada Anak Tunagrahita Ringan Menggunakan “Pop Up Book For Disability (Pobody) Di SLB Negeri 1 Padang” Arif Rohman Mansur; Ira Mulya Sari; Yelly Herien; Deswita Deswita; Kintan Resqitha; Serly Berlian; Rahtu Susi Amelia
Jurnal Pengabdian Warta Andalas Vol 28 No 3 (2021): Published in September 2021
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jwa.28.3.263-271.2021


West Sumatra area is the most prone to earthquakes; that disaster is an event that cannot be avoided and occurs suddenly, so sometimes it causes many fatalities. Children with disabilities are vulnerable to becoming victims of disasters, and this is due to the understanding. Lack of preparedness for children dealing with disasters. Pop-Up Book for Disability (POBODY) is an educational book for children with disabilities, especially developmentally disabled people. It displays an overview of disaster preparedness in the form of pop-up pictures. The problem that has been agreed with partners is the lack of understanding of students with mild mental retardation categories about disaster preparedness and the need for partners. Students can understand disaster conditions and prepare themselves if a disaster occurs according to their abilities. For this reason, the community services team conducted education in SLB Negeri 1 Padang. The team conducted preparedness for children with disabilities, exceptionally mild developmentally disabled children with an age range of 6-12 years, using the POBODY. This book is an educative storybook on disaster preparedness for children with disabilities consists of 11 pages. The team's before and after education with disaster preparedness with the POBODY can increase preparedness for earthquake disasters in children with mild mental retardation.
Peningkatan Wawasan Kader Puskesmas dalam Deteksi Resiko Stunting di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Lubuk Buaya Deswita Deswita; Ira Mulya Sari; Arif Rohman Mansur; Lili Fajria; Yelly Herien; Hermalinda Hermalinda
Jurnal Pengabdian Warta Andalas Vol 26 No 4.a (2019): Published in December 2019
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jwa.26.4.a.246-253.2019


The Lubuk Buaya Health Center has the highest number of children under five in the city of Padang. It has the most stunting cases in the city of Padang. The partner in IbDM is a group of cadres from the village of Pasie Nan Tigo. The formulated problems of partners are the low knowledge and skills of cadres in early detection of the risk of stunting in children. The objective is to increase the understanding of management, cadre knowledge and expertise in the implementation of nutrition services and counselling inside and outside integrated health post and in-home visits. The method used is health education and cadre training by providing pretest and posttest. Knowledge questionnaires on stunting prevention and detection were given to cadres before and after training. The results of this training found that cadre's average knowledge increased after being given training. This training can increase the knowledge of cadres regarding early detection of the risk of stunting in children. It is expected that cadres can develop the ability to detect the risk of stunting in early childhood cadres so that they are able to provide counselling to all families who have children when visiting the integrated health post.
Menara Ilmu Vol 12, No 4 (2018): Vol. XII No. 4 April 2018
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Barat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33559/mi.v12i4.742


Toddler is an age group that shows rapid growth so it needs more attention to itsdevelopmental condition. One aspect of development is gross motor development. Based on data,there are still many toddlers who experience delays in their development especially in gross motordevelopment. There are many factors that can affect the delays in gross motor development andone of them is the nutritional status. This study aims to determine the relationship betweennutritional status with gross motor development of toddler (1-3 years) in the Work Area PublicHealth Center Pauh Padang Year 2017. The type of this research was analytical survey with crosssectional study approach. Data was collected on 15 Mei to 9 June 2017. The sample of thisresearch was 59 children. Sampling technique was purposive sampling. Data was collected byobservation and questionnaire. Data analysis technique is univariate and bivariate analysis. Datawas processed by computerized with Chi-Square test. Based on the results of this study, 35,6% ofchildren have nutritional status of lean, and there is 22,3% doubted in gross motor developmenttest. There is no correlation between nutritional status with gross motor development (p value =0,739). This research can be a basic information for health care providers that besides nutritionalstatus and stimulation there are many factors which may affect gross motor develompment ofchildren. Therefore,it is expected for health care providers to remain monitor child’s gross motordevelompment by looking at the related factors.Key Words : Nutritional Status, Stimulation, Gross Motor Development
EDUKASI ANEMIA SEBAGAI PENCEGAHAN PRIMER STUNTING PADA REMAJA PUTRI DI KELURAHAN PASIE NAN TIGO KECAMATAN KOTO TANGAH KOTA PADANG Meri Neherta; Lili Fajria; Ira Mulya Sari; Yelly Herien; Novita Sari; Sri Wahyuningsih; Safiyah Kamilah; Mutia Rezky; Rini Anggraini
Publisher : LPPM (Institute for Research and Community Services) Universitas Andalas Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/bina.v5i1.416


Anemia in adolescent girls is very dangerous for both the short and long term. If it happens in the long term, after becoming a mother it will be detrimental to the baby in the future. Babies of anemic mothers will tend to give birth to premature babies later in the productive period of the teenager. Babies born to anemic adolescents are very at risk for malnutrition, then stunting. The purpose of this health education is to prevent anemia in adolescent girls as the primary prevention of stunting in toddlers. The implementation of this activity is carried out through 4 stages: situation analysis, preparation of needs for implementation of activities and evaluation of activities. The health education activities on anemia prevention were attended by 50 young women with pale conjunctiva criteria and often felt dizzy. The measuring instrument used is a questionnaire. The results of this activity in general can increase the knowledge of young women about anemia by 76%. Good knowledge before the activity was only 20%, after the activity increased to 96%. While the knowledge that is lacking before the activity is 80%, after the activity it is only 4%. Health education given to young women can increase knowledge in young women. It is hoped that young women can always eat balanced meals and blood-boosting tablets and disseminate this information to other young women. To the local health center to provide education on a regular basis every time they carry out youth posyandu activities.