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World Journal of Engineering
Research and Technology

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Abstract

A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNED TEACHING PROGRAMME REGARDING PREVENTION OF SELECTED COMMON DISEASES IN UNDERFIVE CHILDREN IN TERMS OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE AMONG AANGANWADI WORKERS IN GANDHINAGAR DISTRICT

Roshni Chauhan* and Kalaivani

ABSTRACT

Prevention is better than cure? is a well known concept. IN the present World, we believe that health is more than a non-disease state. Hence preventive and promotive aspects of health are given more importance than curative aspect. During first 5 years of life physical growth, maturation, acquisition of competence and psychological recognition occurs in discontinues burst. The child acquire new competencies in the gross motor, fine motor, cognitive and emotional domains. The family is the central focus in the under five, in turn exerts considerable influence on all other families regardless of the size and form of the family unit. The parents fell more comfortable when the child reaches five year. The health functionary ultimately responsible for delivering of health care services. Most of the childhood diseases can be prevented by giving good, adequate and reliable information and knowledge to the care givers. Therefore, the investigator found that by educating the caregivers with the help of a planned teaching programme on prevention of communicable diseases can reduce the mortality and morbidity rate among the under- five children and this planned teaching programme consisting detailed information about diarrhea, malaria and scabies including its prevention, management. Anaganwadi teachers can impart health information effectively and assist the people in community to develop self care potential.

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