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Model of Deaf and Speech Impaired Dental Nursing in the School for Children with Special Need in Supporting 2030 Indonesia Caries-Free

Sariyem, Bedjo Santoso, Sadimin, Lutfi Rusyadi.

Abstract
Background: Students with special needs have lower levels of health and oral hygiene when compared to normal students. In the 11-12 year age group, the average deaf student is 4.17, the 14-16 year age group averages 5.53. This figure is included in the high category when compared to the Ministry of Health's long-term targets for 2020: the rate of dental caries (mixed teeth) aged 6 years 50%, the rate of caries-free teeth grade 6 by 70%, DMF (rate an expression of the condition of the permanent teeth based on the number of teeth decayed, missing) was 85% and the target for 2030 Indonesia is caries-free.

Aim: The resulting model of dental and oral nursing care for people with deaf and speech impaired that aims to develop models of dental nursing care in children with deaf and speech impaired.

Method: This type of research is research and development. Research and development methods are research methods used to produce certain products and test the effectiveness of these products.

Results: Based on the results of expert validity, it shows that the p-value = 0.000, which means that the model of dental and oral health care services for deaf and speech impaired is relevant as the implementation of dental and oral health care services for deaf and speech impaired. The results of the effectiveness test showed the p-value of the intervention group was 0,000 (p <0.05) meaning that the oral health care model was effective in increasing knowledge, attitudes and deaf and speech impaired skills in the implementation of dental and oral health care.

Conclusion: The effectiveness test results showed the value p-the value of the intervention group was 0,000 (p <0.05) meaning that the oral health care model was effective in increasing the knowledge, attitudes, and skills of deaf and speech impaired in the implementation of dental and oral health care

Key words: Oral health care, Deaf, and Speech Impaired.


 
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Sariyem, Bedjo Santoso, Sadimin, Lutfi Rusyadi. Model of Deaf and Speech Impaired Dental Nursing in the School for Children with Special Need in Supporting 2030 Indonesia Caries-Free. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.04.28


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Sariyem, Bedjo Santoso, Sadimin, Lutfi Rusyadi (2020) Model of Deaf and Speech Impaired Dental Nursing in the School for Children with Special Need in Supporting 2030 Indonesia Caries-Free. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.04.28



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Sariyem, Bedjo Santoso, Sadimin, Lutfi Rusyadi. 2020. Model of Deaf and Speech Impaired Dental Nursing in the School for Children with Special Need in Supporting 2030 Indonesia Caries-Free. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.04.28



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Sariyem, Bedjo Santoso, Sadimin, Lutfi Rusyadi. "Model of Deaf and Speech Impaired Dental Nursing in the School for Children with Special Need in Supporting 2030 Indonesia Caries-Free." doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.04.28



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