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PARENTING

(Good and effective)

Djatnika Setiabudi
Family Medicine System

COMMUNITY-ENVIROMENT
GOVERNMENT
POLICY

EDUCATION
FACILITIES

PROFESIONAL
ORGANISATION

HEALTH
SERVICE
FACILITIES

COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATION

NON HEALTH
SERVICE
FACILITIES

MACRO

MESO

FAMILY

HOME
ENVIROMENT
ENVIROMENT

MOTHER
• Nutritional
• Education
• Family Planning
NUTRITIONAL
• Breast milk
• Food complemen
tary
• Micronutrient

MICRO

MINI

BASIC NEEDS OF CHILDREN
PARENTING

LOVE

EDUCATION

RISK OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT DISTRUBANCE
PRENATAL

ANTENATAL

NEONATAL

PRENATAL  NEONATUS  INFANTS  TODLER  PRESCHOOL  ADOLESENCE

GROWTH-DEVELOPMENT

GOLDEN GENERATION

What is parenting? Parenting is the process of promoting and supporting the physical. social and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood . emotional.

Parenting Practically: • Meeting the child’s need to age of 18 or sometimes longer • Guiding the child toward the goal of becoming a competent adult .

Parenting Providing care.Guidance . and love in a way that leads to a child’s total development Parenting Skills: . support.Nurturing .Physical .

Physical Food Clothing Shelter Health Safety .

Nurturing Support Encouragement Attention Love Sense of security .

Guidance Acceptable behavior Right from Wrong Social skills Emotional skills .

Authoritarian or strict 2. (Neglectful) .Parenting styles 1. Democratic or authoritative or balance 4. Permissive 3.

and one-sided discussion .Authoritarian style Limits without freedom Extremely strict and often cold communicate through lecture. punishment. yelling.

No expression of freedom .Obedient .Authoritarian style Outcome: .Not high achievement .withdrawn .unhappy .distrustful .

Permissive style Freedom without Limits More of an “anything goes” attitude Do not attempt to exert any sort of control over their children .

least self-reliant .most unhappy .least explorative .least self-controlled .Permissive style Outcome: .Aggressive .

guidance.Democratic style Freedom within Limits Middle ground approach and is often considered the parenting ideal Based on warmth. love. and positive discipline .

mostly self-reliant .Democratic style Outcome: .High achieved .friendly generous .Happy .mostly self-controlled .cooperative .

Effective Parenting A style of raising children that increases the chances of a child becoming the most capable person and adult he or she can be .

Be involved in your child’s life 4.Ten Basic Principles of Good Parenting 1. You can not be too loving 3. What you do matters 2. Establish and set rules . Adapt your parenting to fit your child 5.

Foster your child’s independence 7.Ten Basic Principles of Good Parenting 6. Explain your rules and decisions 10. Be consistent 8. Avoid harsh disciplines 9. Treat your child with respect .

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Parent’s Pledge I promise………………………… .

Parent’s Pledge I will show my children I love them I will listen and value what my children say I will praise my child’s efforts towards accomplishment I will respect my children as individuals I will enjoy with my children everyday .

Take-home messages Parenting is a gift of God Parenting is gardening Parenting is trust Parenting is labor of love Parenting is enjoying .

Take-home messages Good Parenting: Parenting from the Heart .