The Learning Process for the Development of the Participatory Aging Health Development: The Case Study of the Health Promotion for Eldery People Club, Chaichumpon Sub-district, Lublae District, Uttaradit Province
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The research is aimed at presenting the two resulted study cases which are 1. to study the process for the development of the old age health care at Baan Tonkham, Chaichumpon subdistrict, Lublae district, Uttaradit Province, and 2. to study lesson learned the developing process and promoting health care of the old age people at Baan Tonkham as a model.
There were four participatory learning processes which were; 1. the finding problems and creating research article, 2. the community leader election, 3. data collection and analyzed, and 4. the process and the following participatory by the usage of observation, questionnaire, focus group discussion, and analyzed field survey.
The results were that 1) there are five participatory health care processes of the old age people of Baan Tonkham included (1) The aim or the scenario, (2) The exchange of experience, (3) The knowledge fulfilment, (4) The cooperative health care and the regularly revision of the community leader, and (5) The feedback for the better community change. The process would be done as the old age health care club administration and cooperation. The community leaders and the public mind leaders were the necessary for this research. 2) It was also found the lesson learned the old age people which are the strength of village leader and the old age leader, the voluntary of being old age health care, the good leader of the community, the support of the local academic and administrative offices. It was also the establishment of “the resolution the old age community” learning together to plan and to design the healthy mental, physical, and social activities. The process would be done as the old age club administration and participation. The community leaders and the public mind leaders were the necessary for this research.
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