Impact of Stunting on Development of Children Aged 12–60 Months
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- Child development, personal social, fine motoric, gross motoric, social personal, Stunting
Growth failure (Stunting) in children under five years old can cause various developmental disorders, including personal social development, fine motoric, language, gross motoric. Some studies show different results, where nutritional status (stunting) is not related to child development. Objective: This study aims to determine the impact of stunting on the development of children aged 12-60 months in the Ceper Health Center Working Area. Methods: The study used a non-experimental quantitative design with a cross-sectional approach, located in the village of Ngawonggo Ceper with a total sample of 82 toddlers (36 stunting toddlers and 46 non-stunting) aged 12-60 months who were selected using purposive sampling. Nutritional status was measured by comparing height with age (TB/U), and child development data were measured using the Denver Development Screening Test (DDST). Results: The results of the bivariate analysis showed that the development of social personal of p value (0.083> 0.05), fine motoric p value (0.082> 0.05), language p value (0.000 <0.05), gross motoric p value (0.001 <0.05), the impact of stunting related to child development is gross language and motor development. Conclusion: there was no relationship to the effect of stunting on social personal development, there was no relationship to the effect of stunting on fine motor, there was a relationship to the effect of stunting on language, and there was a relationship to the impact of stunting on fine motor skills.
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TY - CONF AU - Setianingsih AU - Devi Permatasari AU - Endang Sawitri AU - Desi Ratnadilah PY - 2020 DA - 2020/07/24 TI - Impact of Stunting on Development of Children Aged 12–60 Months BT - Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Science, Health, Economics, Education and Technology (ICoSHEET 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 186 EP - 189 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.200723.047 DO - 10.2991/ahsr.k.200723.047 ID - 2020 ER -