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|Title||Evaluating the Effectiveness of Community Based Rehabilitation Services Provided to Clients With Cerebral Palsy in Gaza Governorat|
In the study, the researcher evaluated the effectiveness of Community Based Rehabilitation(CBR) services, provided to cerebral palsy's individuals inGazagovernorates in the year 2006. The researcher tried to judge whether the provided services made effective results in activities of daily living to Cerebral palsy's individuals, by using a tool constructed to measure the progress in the daily living functions. The researcher gather the information from client's file, and program workers. Using descriptive ,retrospective study design, the study included all the population, (100) cerebral palsy's individuals. The population encompasses all Cerebral Palsy 's individuals who received CBR services in Gaza governorates in the year 2006. Data was collected using information in the client's profile, through CBR program workers, in the period from 15/3/2008 to 15/4/2008. After words the Collected data was entered and analyzed using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The results revealed that approximately half of the subjects were females, and there was no difference for eating and drinking for cerebral palsy's individuals before and after work , but there was a difference in the items of grooming, (Washes his/ her hands, Washes his/her face, Combs his/her hair, Cleans his/her nose-mouth, Bathe him/her self, Control Bladder, Controls Bowel, and Uses toilet) before and after work, and there was also a difference in the items of transfer and locomotion for cerebral palsy's individuals before and after work. The study concluded that there was a difference in the effect of CBR program on the items of daily living activities(eating, drinking, grooming, transferring and locomotion) of Cerebral Palsy's Individuals inGazagovernorates before and after work. Recommendations were drawn to increase coordination and cooperation between related professionals, in addition to make more research for other types of disabilities. The researcher also recommended to promote the CBR workers abilities regarding the activity of daily living. SO that workshops should be held in order to discuss strengths and weaknesses to support strong points and eliminate weaknesses.
|Publisher||the islamic university|
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