The integrated rehabilitation for disabled of movement persons in community of Kuchinarai Crown Prince Hospital, Kuchinarai District, Kalasin Province

  • Patcharawan Janpech Field of Public Health, Roi Et Rajabhat University
  • Katariya Kunkong Field of Public Health, Roi Et Rajabhat University
Keywords: Integrated rehabilitation, Disabled of movement persons, Activity Daily Living, Complications from disability, Quality of life

Abstract

In the current situation found around the world, approximately one billion people are affected by disability, due to the increasing of chronic non-communicable diseases and old age rising. In Thailand, people with disabilities were diagnosed with the most physical disability or movement. In Kalasin District of Thailand found mostly of physical disability or movement persons. Therefore, the researchers interested in studying the integrated rehabilitation for the disabled of movement persons in the community. The results of this research will be provided to managers and agencies involved in the mobility of people and staff to provide information for the rehabilitation of the disabled. To be useful as a guideline for further study. This study was the action research. The objectives were study about the effective of integrated rehabilitation for disabled of movement persons in community of Kuchinarai Crown Prince Hospital, Kuchinarai district, Kalasin province about Activity Daily Living: ADL, the complications from disability and quality of life among the 19 disabled of movement persons. Proceeded the integrated rehabilitation by health care team and collected data by questionnaires. The statistics used in the studying consist of quantitative analysis with descriptive statistics and Paired Sample t-test for find the difference in mean of Activity Daily Living: ADL and quality of life before and after the proceeding.

Study results found that after proceeding the integrated rehabilitation, the disabled of movement persons had the average score of Activity Daily Living: ADL increased statistically significant 0.01 (p–value = 0.000), the complications from disability were decreased and had the average score of quality of life increased statistically significant 0.01 (p–value = 0.000).

The suggestions from the study: Should proceed the integrated rehabilitation continuously for the disabled of movement persons in the long run. In the success group should bring to apply for the other group of disabled persons and in community.    

 

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Published
2019-08-26
How to Cite
Janpech, P., & Kunkong, K. (2019). The integrated rehabilitation for disabled of movement persons in community of Kuchinarai Crown Prince Hospital, Kuchinarai District, Kalasin Province. UBRU Journal for Public Health Research, 8(1), 128-133. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ubruphjou/article/view/211533
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES