The Development of Self-Direction through Action Learning Model for Enhancing Fall Risk Management Competencies of Older Adult with Mild Cognitive Impairment
The purpose of this research was to develop self-direction through action learning model for enhancing fall risk management competencies of older adult with mild cognitive impairment. The sample size divided into 2 groups. The first group of fall risk management competencies study consisted of 260 older adult. The second group was 40 older adult. They were then randomly assigned into 2 groups, classified as an experimental group and a control group. Each group consisted of 20 older adult. The mixed method research was applied to this study. The research results were as follows: 1) The total mean scores of the fall risk management competencies of 260 older adult with mild cognitive Impairment were high. 2) The self-direction through action learning model was developed by applying psychological concepts: self-direction concept and action learning concept, and 3) The fall risk management competencies of older adult with mild cognitive Impairment of the experimental group after the experiment and after the follow-up were significantly higher than before the experiment at the .01 level and higher than that of the control group at the .01 level.
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