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Appendix A Western Mindanao State University College of Nursing Zamboanga City October 04, 2009 ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________

Dear Mr. / Mrs. / Ms. Greetings! We are BSN 3Q students of WMSU conducting a research entitled: Risk Factors Affecting Children whose Parents are Diagnosed with Diabetes Mellitus. This will be a basis for program planning for reduction of health problems faced by children manifesting these characteristics. In this connection, we respectfully request permission to include your school as one of the research locale. This will include the participation of identified overweight children whose parents are diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. Hoping for your kind approval Thank you very much Very truly yours,

Emierose D. Macotocruz Group Leader Noted by:

Dr. Susan Dela Cruz Research Adviser

Appendix B

Survey Questionnaire

DIRECTIONS: Please tick the appropriate spaces or supply them with the appropriate answer/s I. Demographic profile

Name (optional): Age: Gender: Grade: ( ) 1 School: Ethnicity: ( ) Bisaya ( ) Zamboangue o ( ) Tausug ( ) Female ( )2 ( ) Male ( )3 ( )4 ( )5 ( )6

II.

Anthropometric Measurement Data

Actual weight (kilograms): Height (inches): Body Frame: ( ) small ( ) medium ( )l arge

Desirable Body Weight (DBW): (for researchers use only) Body Mass Index (BMI): (for researchers use only) III. Questionnaire

1. What factors do you know that cause Diabetes mellitus? 2. Did you ever tried to avoid these factors/

3. What interventions do you follow after being diagnosed od Diabetes Mellitus? 4. Do you follow beliefs about DM? What are these beliefs? 5. Did you think that your child might be as well affected with this disease if not careful? 6. What cause obesity? 7. in your opinion, is your child healthy? 8. Is he/she heavy for his/her age? 9. Is he/she eating the right foods? 10. What kind of game are they indulged to? 11. How they do spend their leisure time? 12. How many times do you eat in a day? 13. What are the foods usually served during regular meals? 14. Do you make it a point to plan for your consumption? 15. How often do they watch television? 16. Do you allow snacks between meals? What kind of snacks? 17. Do you allow picky eaters at your home? 18. Do you allow junk foods for snack? 19. What do you do during weekends? 20. Does your child undergo exercise programs? What kind of exercise program? 21. Are you conscious of your child¶s weight? 22. What do you do to maintain your child¶s desirable weights? 23. How do these risk factors affect the children with diabetic parents? 24. How do the knowledge on these risk factors decrease the possibility of having DM? 25. What lifestyle modification do you know to prevent onset of these disease?

Appendix C

FOCUS GROUP DISCUSION (Respondents and Parents) Family History of Diabetes Mellitus 1. Specify what type of Diabetes Mellitus 2. What do you do during your leisure time? 3. What are the foods that you usually eat at school and at home? Dietary Habits 1. In a week, what food do you usually eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks? 2. How many serving do you consume? 3. What beverages do you regularly take during meal and snacks? 4. Who determines the choice of menu at home, at school and eat outs? 5. At home, who make sure that you eat on regular time at breakfast, lunch and dinner? What time? 6. What decision do you have in matters such as purchase of food and snacks? Physical Activity 1. What physical activity do you perform in a week? 2. Where do you play? 3. Do your parents allow you to play outside? 4. What do you play when you are at school?

Appendix D BMI table for weight (kg) age of Boys and Girls (6-9 years old)
In closure No: 5 to DEPED order No. 21 2003

1.) Ages as of last birthday Age Year Month Below <-2SD from Boy Normal to Above >+ 2SD 6 0 6 7 0 6 8 0 6 9 0 6 15.9 16.7 17.5 18.3 19 19.7 20.4 21.2 16.0 16.8 17.6 18.4 19.1 19.8 20.5 21.3 26.6 28.3 30.2 32.3 34.6 36.2 39.9 42.9 26.7 28.4 30.3 32.4 34.7 37.3 40 43 14.9 15.6 16.2 17 17.9 18.7 19.6 20.7 15 15.7 16.3 17.1 17.9 18.8 19.7 20.8 26.2 28 30.2 32.7 35.6 38.7 42.1 45.6 Below <- 2SD from Girl normal to Above >+ 2SD 26.3 28.1 30.3 32.8 35.7 38.8 42.2 45.7

2.) Recommend for children 6-9 years, for 10 -12 years may use table.

BMI for Male and Female adolescents (10-12 years old) BMI= weight (kg)/ height (inch) 2 In closure No: 5 to DEPED order No. 21 2003 Age Year Below < -2SD 10 11 12 .1 14.82 15.23 From 14.42 14.83 15.24 Male Normal to 22.6 23.73 24.89 Above >+2SD 22.61 23.74 24.9 Below < -2SD 14.22 14.59 14.97 from 14.23 14.6 14.98 female normal to 23.2 24.59 25.95 Above >+2SD 23.21 24.6 25.96

Preference data are based on the 1st National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 1) Interpretation: <P5- below P5- P95- normal P95- above normal