Supavadee Adisaisakda

Effects of Using the Bilingual (Thai-Malayu) Humanitude Caring Concept in Older Adults on Knowledge, Caregiver Burden, and Satisfaction of Family Caregiver of Older adults in Muang City, Narathiwas Province

Authors

  • Supavadee Adisaisakda -
  • Sawinee Chansintop
  • Patcharawadee Tongnuang
  • Fa-is Walohtae
  • Krittana Adisaisakda

Keywords:

The bilingual (Thai-Malayu) humanitude caring concept in older adults, Knowledge Sharing, Caregiver burden, Satisfaction, Caregiver of older adults

Abstract

The one-group pretest- posttest quasi-experimental study aimed to 1) determine the level of knowledge, caregiver burden, and satisfaction of family caregivers in Muang City, Narathiwas Province, before and after using the bilingual (Thai-Malayu) humanitude caring concept in older adults, and 2) compare the average score of knowledge, and caregiver burden of family caregiver of older adults before and after using the program. The samples of this study were 30 family caregivers of older adults in Muang City, Narathiwas Province. Data was gathered twice: once before and once after using the program for a week. The instruments of this study were demographic data, knowledge measurement, caregiver burden measurement, satisfaction measurement, and manual of caring for older adults. The reliability of instruments were .89, .99, and .89, respectively. Data was analysed by using descriptive statistics and Pair t-test. The results found that the family caregiver of older adults had considerably enhanced of knowledge after using the bilingual (Thai-Malayu) humanitude caring concept in older adults (t=15.05, p<.05). After utilizing the program, caregiver burden of family caregiver of older adults was significantly reduced (t=9.735, p<.05), and the average score of satisfaction with the program was at the high level (X=4.17, S.D.= 0.55).

The results indicate that the bilingual (Thai-Malayu) humanitude caring concept in older adults is effective. The related organization can produce and develop programs to be accessible and easily to understand by using local language to enhance the knowledge of family caregiver of older adults and reduce the caregiver burden. In addition, older adults can receive the appropriate care.

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2024-01-15

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Adisaisakda, S., Chansintop, S., Tongnuang, P., Walohtae, F.- is, & Adisaisakda, K. (2024). Supavadee Adisaisakda: Effects of Using the Bilingual (Thai-Malayu) Humanitude Caring Concept in Older Adults on Knowledge, Caregiver Burden, and Satisfaction of Family Caregiver of Older adults in Muang City, Narathiwas Province. Princess of Naradhiwas University Journal, 16(1), 95–109. Retrieved from https://li01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pnujr/article/view/259484

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