Important period in child development is at the age of 1-5 years old. Parenting is one of the factors that cause development of child aged 1-5 years old. The objective of this study is to find the correlation between types of parenting parents with the development of children aged 1-5 years old. This research method is cross-sectional design. Data were collected during June-September 2015. Respondents in this study were parents and children 1-5 years old who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. We used systematic random sampling technique until total sample of 345 parents and children achieved. Independent variables studies was types of parenting and dependent variable was development of children aged 1-5 years old. Data types of parenting was collected by questionnaire and development of children aged 1-5 years old was measured by Pre-Development Screening Questionnaire (KPSP). Analysis was using Chi Square. The authoritarian parenting 11.6%, 14.5% democratic parenting, 12.7% passive parenting and mixed parenting 62%. 73% of the KPSP with a “correct” development, “doubt” (13.6%), and “possible disorder” (13.3%). There is a significant correlation between types of parenting and development children aged 1-5 years old (p = 0.000) with contingency coefficient value 0,661. Risk factors for the disorder development are 69.7% for the variable parenting variables, maternal education, maternal occupation and nutritional status of children. Types of parenting had correlation with development children aged 1-5 years old.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2019|