Health Promotion "Lasantek Toilning Model" to Toddler’s Behavior in Taman Melati Posyandu Turus - Gurah - Kediri

  • Mohammad Maftuchul Huda STIKES Karya Husada Kediri
  • Linda Ishariani
  • Agung Susila Puja Wicaksana
Keywords: Lasantek toilning, Toilet training, Enuresis behavior


Enuresis is a disorder in urine expenditure that can not be controlled during the day or night that often occurs in toddler, this may adversely affect children’s development, one way to overcome the enuresis behavior is by lasantek toilning. It is a method of health promotion acronym which is an explanation and practice of toilet training. The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of lasantek toilning on toddler’s enuresis behavior. The research design is pre-experimental design, with sample of 19 respondents using purposive sampling technique and measuring instrument questionnaire checklist of enuresis behavior in toddler. Before the intervention was obtained, almost all (78.9%) respondents got wet in moderate criteria, after the intervention was obtained, most (68.4%) respondents got wet the bed with low criteria. The result of Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test statistic (α = 0,05), (p-value = 0,007), means that there is influence of lasantek toilning to bed toddler behavior. Knowledge and practice of parents about lasantek toilning are able to reduce the enuresis behavior in children, so that children do not wet the bed can carry out lasantek toilning independently. Parents who have child wetting are expected to always train children in doing lasantek toilning to help reduce enuresis behavior.