PENGARUH TASK ORIENTED APPROACH (TOA) TERHADAP TINGKAT KEMAMPUAN AKTIVITAS BERPAKAIAN PADA PASIEN PASCA STROKE
Abstract: Post-Stroke, Task Oriented Approach, Dressing Activity. Stroke is a condition that occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is suddenly interrupted. Stroke can cause disturbances limb paralysis, mental changes, such as impaired thinking, awareness, concentration, learning ability, reading and other intellectual functions, communication, emotional disturbances, and loss of sense of taste. If this condition is allowed, then the patient will not only disability but also will have difficulty in performing activities of daily functional activities such as dressing. This study aims to determine the effect of task oriented approach (TOA) on the ability level of dressing activity in post-stroke patients. This is an experimental study with a method of nonrandomized control group pretest-posttest design. Sampling was done by purposive sampling. Total sample of 50 stroke patients in Boyolali consisting of 25 samples of the treatment group and 25 control group samples. Data analysis was performed with the Wilcoxon test is known that significant value of 0.000 (p<0.05) thus concluded there are differences in the ability to dress meaningful activity between before and after treatment in the treatment group respondents. While the significance value of 0.649 respondents control group (p>0.05) this concluded there was no difference in the ability to dress meaningful activity between the beginning and end of the study in the control group respondents. The results of this study showed a significant effect of the provision of task oriented approach (TOA) of the ability level to dress activity in post-stroke patients.
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