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Asian Journal of Nursing Education and Research
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A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude of Parents regarding Behavioral Problem of Pre-School Children in Selected Rural Community of Durg District (C.G.)
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Mrs. Chandramani Sahu
HOD –PSY NSG, Shri Shankaracharya College of Nursing, HUDCO, Bhilai
“Today’s children are tomorrow’s citizens who shape the density of the nation so it is imperative that they should taught and train to grow up into good and healthy adults. Children come into this world helpless and unable to thrive without elders. Our job to love, nurture and teach them how to live. the home is the first great training school in behavior or misbehavior and parents secure as the child’s first teacher, they can ensure the child to be more independent, responsible, sociable, imaginative, secure, loving and creative and plays vital role . As children are inexperience and dependent, they count on their parents for leadership, love and security. They always watch their parents instinctively. Behavior problems typically develop in childhood or adolescence. These problems are mainly due to failure in adjustment to external environment and presence of internal conflict. behavioral problems always required special attention. Behavior problems are nail biting, thumb, sucking, enuresis, etc. Present study finding mainly seen knowledge level of parent is low as study sample have basic education up to high school higher secondary level only few parent (n=10) are working outside out of which n=9 had good knowledge. Male person shows good knowledge (n=10) as they were in contact media, news paper or other source of information.
Chandramani Sahu. A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude of Parents regarding Behavioral Problem of Pre-School Children in Selected Rural Community of Durg District (C.G.). Asian J. Nur. Edu. and Research 4(4): Oct.- Dec., 2014; Page 469-471.
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