PELAKSANAAN PROGRAM POSYANDU DAN PERILAKU HIDUP SEHAT IBU DAN ANAK DI DESA SIDOMULYO, KECAMATAN GODEAN KABUPATEN SLEMAN DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA
This study aims to: (1) analyze the continuity of healthy behavior of mothers and children even
though their involvement in Posyandu is low due to poor Posyandu services; (2) analyze the healthy
behavior of mothers and children in the community which is institutionalized by the community
itself, although at the initial level it was introduced by Posyandu. This research uses a descriptive
survei approach. The population of this research is 348 mothers who have babies and toddlers, who
are the target of the Posyandu service program. The number of samples taken was 100 respondents
with a simple random sampling technique because the population was homogeneous. Data obtained
through questionnaires, in-depth interviews and direct observation. Data analysis was carried out
by processing descriptive statistical data. The unit of analysis is mother and child who have a
dyadic relationship. The results showed that the low involvement of mothers in Posyandu was
not an obstacle for mothers to behave in a healthy manner on an ongoing basis. This is because in
the community there are various formal, semi-formal and village institutions that institutionalize
healthy living accompanied by the availability of service facilities outside the Posyandu that can be
used by mothers to meet the needs of a healthy life. The healthy behavior of mothers and children in
the family is included in the high category seen from the frequency of mothers providing nutritious
food for the family, maintaining food hygiene, boiling water before drinking, providing complete
immunizations to their babies. , drinking, baby clothes and utensils, conducting pregnancy checkups
7-9 times during pregnancy, using modern health care facilities for childbirth, as well as actively
participating as an acceptor for Independent Family Planning.
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