Factors associated with pre-screening outcomes for children aged 60-72 months in Telalanipura Jambi City year 2016
Background: The early years of life is a period that full of opportunities to grow and susceptible to danger. A stage of child development is formed by the source of resistance and vulnerable. The preschoolers period (ages 60-72 months) is a sensitive period of deviation of growth and development, during this time children are prepared for school, thus their sense and excitatory receptor system receiver and memory processes must be prepared, to help children be able to learn well.
It should be noted that the learning process at this time is by playing. Parents and families are expected to monitor and detect the growth and the development of their children, so that early intervention can be done when the child has an abnormalities and disturbances, so that the child's development can be optimized .At the age of 60-72 months is a childhood preschool, growth period are stable.The results has not been known yet of Early detection of developmental disorders of children in Early Childhood Education level at kindergarten level (age 60-72 months) using a Pre Screening Questionnaire Development (KPSP) in Jambi Telanaipura
Methode: this research is cross sectional study. The population of this research is a Mother and their preschooler’s children who already went to Playgroup/kindergarten in the Telanai Pura District, Jambi City on June 2015. The samples of this research are mother and their children who fulfill the inclusion criteria. From all the preschooler chil-dren ages 60-72 months in Telanai Pura District, researcher choose 147 children went to Al Mutaqin Kindergarten and Nurul Ilmi Kindergarten.The analysis in this research is distribution frequency and Chi-square.
Conclusion:The variable that related tothe prescreening result of preschooler children development is children nutrient status, while children’s gender, mother’s education level and mother’s working status does not have any relation to the prescreening result of pre-schooler children development.