Volume 3 - Issue 2 (10) | PP: 392 - 413 Language : العربية
DOI : 10.12816/0048168
DOI : 10.12816/0048168
The Effectiveness of A Training Program on the Development of the Health Care Skills of Autistic Children for the Caregivers in the Autism Centers and their Relation to Some Variables in A Jordanian Sample
|Received Date||Revised Date||Accepted Date||Publication Date|
This study aimed to measure the effectiveness of a training program in improving the health care skills for workers in autism centers with autistic children, in AL Balqa. In addition to that, the study aimed to recognize the relation between the effectiveness of the program and the variable of qualification. The researcher built a scale to measure the health care skills for workers with autistic children which consisted of (53) items divided into five main domains (physical health, psychological, ecological, nutritional health, and adaptive behavior). The scale was applied on a sample study consisted of (16) female workers in special education centers who were divided evenly into two control group and experimental group, each group consisted of (8) members. To analyze the results, the researcher used(T-test) to detect the differences between the two group and (2-way ANOVA). The results showed that there were significant differences at the level (≤0.05) between the experimental and control groups for the experimental group, refers to the training program on the health care skills scale The results of the study agrees with (Ghoneim, et al; 2004), (Sheikohleslam, et al; 2004), (Falks& Henequen, 2008) and (Al Lahibi, 2009). On other hand, the study showed that there were no significant differences at the level (≤ 0.05) between the experimental and control groups on the health care skills scale refers to the worker qualification.
How To Cite This Article
AL Hayek , A. (2018). The Effectiveness of A Training Program on the Development of the Health Care Skills of Autistic Children for the Caregivers in the Autism Centers and their Relation to Some Variables in A Jordanian Sample . International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 3 (2), 392-413, 10.12816/0048168
Copyright © 2023, This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.