Application of Problem Solving Theory by Siegler and Alibali in Early Detection of Cerebral Palsy Childern

wigunawati, Eustalia Application of Problem Solving Theory by Siegler and Alibali in Early Detection of Cerebral Palsy Childern. Atlantis Press, 560. ISSN 2352 5398

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Abstract

Children with Cerebral Palsy disorders have problems with muscle weakness, stiffness, awkwardness, slowness, and difficulty with balance. Cerebral palsy children need help from others in their movements and daily activities. However, not always the parents or the people around him will continue to accompany the child throughout his life. The question is to what extent do parents know the problem-solving abilities and independence of the cerebral palsy children? how do parents make early detection of children with cerebral palsy problem solving so that parents can help children in optimizing and more independent in carrying out daily activities by minimizing their dependence on parents or people around them, so that cerebral palsy children are able to function as part of community members in general with more optimal in accordance with the capacity they have. Siegler and Alibali (2005) in his book "The Children’s Thingking" provide an explanation of the child's ability in general to do problem solving according to age and stage of development. The writing of this article is based on a literature study from several literatures with a content analysis study. The discussion in this article problem solving proposed by Siegler and Alibali which was then applied to children with cerebral palsy. By knowing the problem solving abilities possessed by children with cerebral palsy, the hope is that they can optimize their children's abilities to be more independent in carrying out daily activities by minimizing their dependence on parents or people around them, so that the cerebral palsy children are able to function as part in general community members more optimally according to their capacity. Keywords: cerebral palsy children, problem solving

Item Type: Article
Subjects: EDUCATION
Depositing User: Mr Alexander Jeremia
Date Deposited: 27 Aug 2021 05:10
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2021 05:10
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/4965

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