Development of a Family Participation Model for Promoting Child Development: A Case Study of Ban Sanpamuang Child Care Center, Mueang District, Phayao Province.

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จุฑามาศ ผลมาก
ปรัชญาพร ธิสาระ
ดาว เวียงคำ
อมรรัตน์ ดวงปัญญา


This participatory action research aimed to develop a model of family participation for promoting child development and to study the effectiveness of a model of family participation for promoting child development. The samples in this study included: Group 1 for developed the model included 8 main leaders selected by purposive sampling method. Group 2 was the target group that included 31 dyads of children and their parent who was representing their family. The research methodology included 3 phases: preparation phase, implementation phase, and evaluation phase. The research instruments were parental behaviors on promoting child development questionnaires, and the Denver Developmental Screening Test II (Denver II). The data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, t-test, and McNemar test. The study findings revealed 1) the family participation model for promoting child development consisted of 5 components: assessing the problem, data presentation and analysis, activities, parents’ participation, and evaluation; 2) the mean score of parental behaviors on promoting child development after using the model significantly increased at .05; and 3) child development after using the model significantly changed at .05.


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ผลมากจ, ธิสาระป, เวียงคำด, ดวงปัญญาอ. Development of a Family Participation Model for Promoting Child Development: A Case Study of Ban Sanpamuang Child Care Center, Mueang District, Phayao Province. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2019Aug.21 [cited 2020Oct.28];20(2):241-50. Available from:
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