Pelatihan Akupresur Kader Lansia Guna Meningkatkan Imunitas di Desa Penatarsewu Tanggulangin Sidoarjo

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Title Pelatihan Akupresur Kader Lansia Guna Meningkatkan Imunitas di Desa Penatarsewu Tanggulangin Sidoarjo
Pelatihan Akupresur Kader Lansia Guna Meningkatkan Imunitas di Desa Penatarsewu Tanggulangin Sidoarjo
 
Creator Amelia, Paramitha
Setiawan, Hamzah
Wicaksono, Arief
Cholifah, Siti
Jakaria, Ribangun Bamban
 
Subject Elderly, Covid-19, Acupressure, Immunity, Training
Lansia, Covid-19, Akupresur, Imunitas, Pelatihan.
 
Description This Covid-19 pandemic has a multidimensional impact on life, especially elderly who face a significant risk of contracting Covid-19. Several ways to increase immunity, especially elderly, include nutritious food, increase activity, and acupressure. The purpose of research is to provide acupressure training for elderly cadres to increase immunity of elderly during Covid-19 pandemic. The stages of implementing acupressure training were the survey service team to partner locations, collaborate with village government, midwives and elderly cadres then plan concept of solutions and stages. The team made media in form of posters of acupressure points and leaflets of acupressure points for hands and body. The result of community service, namely attitude of participants about acupressure has increased from attitude of the good category 11 people (73%) to very good as many as 14 participants (93%). The skills of participants, namely that before training did not have acupressure skills and after training all participants had acupressure skills. Number of participants who have skills to determine acupressure points correctly is 13 people (86%) and participants who can do acupressure correctly are 12 people (80%).
Pandemi covid-19 ini mempunyai dampak multidimensi kehidupan terutama lansia yang menghadapi risiko signifikan terkena covid-19. Beberapa cara meningkatkan imunitas terutama lansia diantaranya makanan bergizi, perbanyak aktivitas dan serta akupresur. Tujuan kegiatan ini memberikan pelatihan akupresur kader lansia untuk meningkatkan imunitas lansia di masa pandemi covid-19. Tahapan pelaksanaan pelatihan akupresur yaitu tim pengabdi survei ke lokasi mitra, kerjasama dengan pemerintah desa, bidan desa dan kader lansia kemudian merencanakan solusi dan tahapannya. Tim membuat media berupa poster titik-titik akupresur dan leaflet titik akupresur ditangan dan tubuh. Hasil pengabdian masyarakat yaitu sikap peserta tentang akupresur mengalami peningkatan dari sikap dengan kategori baik 11 orang (73%) menjadi sangat baik sebanyak 14 peserta (93%). Ketrampilan peserta yaitu sebelum pelatihan tidak mempunyai ketrampilan akupresur dan setelah pelatihan semua peserta memiliki ketrampilan akupresur. Jumlah peserta yang mempunyai ketrampilan penentuan titik akupresur dengan benar adalah 13 orang (86%) dan peserta yang dapat melakukan akupresur dengan benar adalah 12 orang (80%).
 
Publisher Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
 
Date 2021-09-24
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ojs.unpkediri.ac.id/index.php/PPM/article/view/16569
10.29407/ja.v5i2.16569
 
Source Jurnal ABDINUS : Jurnal Pengabdian Nusantara; Vol. 5 No. 2 (2021): Volume 5 Nomor 2 Tahun 2021; 402-407
Jurnal ABDINUS : Jurnal Pengabdian Nusantara; Vol 5 No 2 (2021): Volume 5 Nomor 2 Tahun 2021; 402-407
2599-0764
 
Language ind
 
Relation https://ojs.unpkediri.ac.id/index.php/PPM/article/view/16569/2245
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Jurnal ABDINUS : Jurnal Pengabdian Nusantara
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