The Effect of Health Education on the Level of Knowledge about Toilet Training in Mothers with Toddler Age Children (1-3 Years)
Keywords:Health education, Toilet training
Toilet training for children is an attempt to train children to be able to control urination and defecation. The survey was obtained from 10 mothers who have children aged 1-3 years, 5 (50%) mothers said they did not understand toilet training, 3 (30%) children were very difficult to teach toilet training. The purpose of this study was to find out how the effect of the provision of health education on the level of knowledge about toilet training for mothers with toddler age children (1-3 years) at PAUD Al Hidayah Bakung Udanawu, Blitar Regency in 2022.
This research method is a pre-experimental type. The subjects of this study were mothers who had toddler age children (1-3 years), with a sample size of 16. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. Collecting data through primary data using a questionnaire and this study using univariate and bivariate analysis.Results of the study before the mother's level of knowledge about the health pedidikan given toilet training is known almost entirely (76.9 %) of respondents knowledgeable enough, whereas after the mother's level of knowledge about the health pedidikan given toilet training known to most (69.2 %) of respondents knowledgeable either. Based on statistical test using the Wilcoxon signed rank test known that the magnitude of the significant value of 0.014 with α=0.05. ρ value < α , then H0 rejected and H1 accepted.From the results of this study, it is expected that respondents can understand and remain consistent in implementing toilet training for preschool children.