A Development Children with Special Needs Quality of Life Promotion Learning Activities for Caregivers in Suthep sub-district Municipality Muangchiangmai District, Chiangmai Province
The purpose of this study was to develop and efficiency assessment of children with special needs quality of life promotion learning activities for caregivers.The study was designed by Mixed method. The number of sample size was 96 caregivers and 31 stakeholders in Suthep sub-district Municipality Muangchiangmai District, Chiangmai Province. The tools consist follow the 1) children with special needs quality of life promotion learning activities for caregivers and 2) the examination assessment for a learning activity. The descriptive, efficiency of E1/E2 according to the set criteria of 80 /80 and paired – t were utilized data analysis. The results indicated that the efficiency gain on each quality of life promotion learners' learning was specified at 80.00 / 80.00 percent (80.16 / 84.20). Comparison of comparison of learning activity the post–learning achievement score was higher than the pre–learning score (p-value = 0.04). The quality of life promotion learning activities recommendations for needs children with special needs quality of life development in the community.
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