https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/issue/feed Journal Of Ratchasuda College for Research and Development of Persons With Disabilities 2022-09-02T15:35:57+07:00 Dr.Parinya Siriattakul siriattakul@hotmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>To publicize research, dissemination of research and development of knowledge for persons with disabilities and disability</p> https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261675 The Results of Project-Based Training for Person with Disabilities Affecting Development and Training Skills with Digital Printing Media Production Cirriculum 2022-06-20T13:38:03+07:00 Nithi Buranajant suriyong.ler@kmutt.ac.th Suriyong Lertkulvanich suriyong.ler@kmutt.ac.th Suwanna Sombunsukho suriyong.ler@kmutt.ac.th <p>This research has purposes: 1. To assess the theoretical development of computer software and information technology knowledge and skills to be used in the production of digital printing media. The sample group was 19 people who was disabilities in mobility, hearing and visually impaired. The training period was 3 months. The research tools were development assessment form and skill assessment form. The data was analyzed by looking for percentage and development score. The results were as follows: 1. The rate of theoretical knowledge development, the use of computer software and information technology of the disabled overall increased at a moderate level with an average of 19.37%, standard deviation 5.11 and 2. Skills in various fields, including the use of information technology, problem solving and decision making, the use of technology and teamwork increased by 47.36%, 56.94, 76.80 and 80.12% respectively. Overall, the learners had an average increase of 65.31% of their skills, which was in line with setting purposes.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261676 Imitation Training in Children with Autism 2022-06-20T14:12:44+07:00 Jintana Pradujphongpetch keng-jang2516@hotmail.com Anucha Phoommisittiporn keng-jang2516@hotmail.com Suwapatchara Changpinit keng-jang2516@hotmail.com Siriwimol Jaingam keng-jang2516@hotmail.com Paiwan Sudwan keng-jang2516@hotmail.com <p>Imitation is a crucial aspect of social learning to improve skills of communication, characteristics, and individual social behavior. Most children with autism often have difficulty with imitation, which results from the connectivity processing dysfunction in cerebellum, mirror neuron system in right inferior parietal lobule and prefrontal cortex. Moreover, the dysfunction affects the impairments of joint attention, eye contact with other people, perceive and understanding of nonverbal language, encoding and recalling process in motor planning for body movement imitation. The imitation training for children with autism should focus on drawing motivation by reinforcement and applying reciprocal interference training by means of verbal and nonverbal language and body part handling to prompt them to imitate correct actions. By this approach, the children with autism are most likely to develop this skill to live in the society with freedom and potential.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261515 An Evaluation of Implementation of the Loan from the Fund for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities of Sa Kaeo Disability Services Center, Year of 2019 2022-06-13T14:03:02+07:00 Prasong Laohapong Prasongl@buu.ac.th Chittapol Chaimadan Prasongl@buu.ac.th <p>This project evaluation aimed 1) to evaluate the implementation of the loan from the Fund for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities of Sa Kaeo Disability Services Center in 2019, 2) to study the quality of life of persons with disabilities and the caregivers who have received the loans and 3) to provide suggestions for the improvement plan of the loan operation. This research employed a mixed research methodology combining qualitative and quantitative methods. For the former method, the samples consisted of 300 people, while the samples of the latter method consisted of 90 people. The research findings showed that 1) the loan regulations were the requirement of the career development loan. The loan operation composed of the service process, the documentary submission, home visit for the disabled, the consideration process of the committee, the notification and loan disbursement process, the loan tracking, and the public relations. Overall, the satisfaction of the samples towards all aspects above were at a very high level ( =3.75, S.D.=0.73); 2) The quality of life of the persons with disabilities and the caregivers was better in all aspects and 3) the suggestions for the improvement plan of Sa Kaeo Disability Services Center should cooperate with disabled organizations in 9 districts in Sa Kaeo province in aspect of working in cooperation with the disability services staff, take some proactive measures in debt tracking, work with organizations to promote careers for persons with disabilities, and keep follow-up the project every year.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261520 Use of Video modeling to promote learning skills in children with autism spectrum disorder: A Literature Review 2022-06-13T15:10:33+07:00 Chatchawan Intawan 1chatcha07415@gmail.com Natee Chiengchana chatcha07415@gmail.com Teerasak Srisurakul chatcha07415@gmail.com <p>Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is one of neurodevelopmental disorders that lead to impairments in social communication, behavior, and learning abilities. Nowadays, there are various kinds of interventions to support children with ASD. One of the effective interventions is video modeling. The purpose of this study was to synthesize the research studies on video modeling to promote learning skills in children with ASD. 12 research articles from online databases published during 2010 – 2020 were selected and analyzed by using content analysis. Results revealed that there were 36 boys and 6 girls with ASD selected as participants in the study. Single-case research using multiple baseline design is the most frequently used for the research design. The targets of learning skills studied in the research article were social skills, communication skills, play skills, and self-care skills. There were four types of video modeling used as the interventions, including 1) basic video modeling 2) video self-modeling, 3) point of view video modeling, and 4) video prompting. In terms of assessment tools and data analysis, most of the research used observation form to collect the data and used descriptive statistics to analyze the data. Most of the research conducted the baseline session in the classroom and conducted the Intervention session in the private room and other settings,&nbsp; video modeling presented in the invention room and then collect data in other settings, including canteen, art room, and music room.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261523 Research and Development on Online Lessons in Geography Using Learning Management System for Students with Hearing Impairment in High School 2022-06-13T16:04:56+07:00 Poramate Boonyuen poramate.boo@mahidol.ac.th Paruhut Suphajanya paruhut2515@hotmail.com Pattranit Songphacha koi_lovely9@hotmail.com Nunthaporn Changwarangkul Nunthaporn.cha@mahidol.ac.th Sakda Komonsing sakda_ko@hotmail.com <p>The objective of this study was to research and develop online lessons in geography under the social studies, religion and culture subject area for students with hearing impairment at high school level using a learning management system. This study used research and development methods. The sample groups were 9 experts (3 educational technology experts, 3 content experts, and 3 Thai sign language experts).; 30 online learning informants (15 teachers of students with hearing impairment, and 15 students with hearing impairment).; 37students with hearing impairment for online lessons trial. Methods included 1) developed and quality checked of online lessons; 2) developed and quality checked of pre-post tests; 3) online lesson trial. The pre-post test scores were compared. Students’ feedbacks were also collected. The results were as follows: 1) online lessons consisted of documents, sign language videos with closed captions, pre-post tests, exercises, glossaries, and user manual. 2) results of the online lesson quality assessment by the educational technology and Thai sign language experts were at good level, while the contents experts were at fair level. 3) results of the online lesson quality assessment by students indicated that the post-test scores differed significantly at 0.01 level.&nbsp;</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261671 Indicators: Recognition and Protection the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Thailand 2022-06-20T12:17:06+07:00 Chaturont Wannuan chaturontwannuan@gmail.com Wichai Srirat chaturontwannuan@gmail.com Natthakorn Srikaew chaturontwannuan@gmail.com <p>This study aimed to study and to analyse indicators as a tool to recognise and protect the rights of persons with disabilities in Thailand as stipulated in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities of 2006 (the Convention) and to recommend the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand (NHRCT) to utilise indicators as its framework, including to assess reports on the government agencies’ duties to fulfill obligation in accordance with the Convention. The research methodology is qualitative research comprising of documentary research. The study found that development of the rights of persons with disabilities indicators, namely specific information on the state and condition of the government agencies’ services to persons with disabilities that can be related to the Convention and the said information addresses and reflects whether the services are in accordance with the Convention, resulted in a set of indicators. The set of persons with disabilities indicators includes 5 groups of indicators consist of 112 indicators; divided into 33 structural indicators 36 process indicators and 48 outcome indicators, covering civil rights, political rights, economic, social and cultural rights. Hence, the indicators can be used as a tool for NHRCT, including government agencies to assess and monitor the promotion and implementation of the rights. As a result, this leads to the recognition and protection of Persons with Disabilities’ rights in Thailand.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261673 The process of parent-paraprofessionals collaboration in using assistive technology to develop eating skill of the child with Patau Syndrome 2022-06-20T12:32:55+07:00 Jakkapong Muensu jmuensu@hotmail.com Ratchaneekorn Thongsookdee jmuensu@hotmail.com Pikul Leosiripong jmuensu@hotmail.com Soisuda Vittayakorn jmuensu@hotmail.com <p>This research aimed to study the process of collaboration between parents and paraprofessionals in developing eating skill of the child with Patau Syndrome, and to study the result of parent and paraprofessional collaboration that affected on the increase of parent's teaching skills, the adjustment of assistive technology and the increase of eating skill of the child with Patau Syndrome. The target group was selected by purposive sampling that included a child with Patau Syndrome, the parent (mother), and paraprofessional. The tools that were used were 1) behavior record form of collaboration between parent and paraprofessional 2) assessment form of facilities 3) assessment form of eating skill 4) parent’s teaching behavior observation form 5) eating behavior observation form for parent to use after the teaching session 6) four teaching plans for parent and 7) 4 individual teaching plans. The author took 5 weeks for research process and analyzed data by mean and description. The result was found that collaboration among parent and paraprofessionals in developing eating skill of the child with Patau Syndrome has steps as following 1) co-thinking and making decisions that collaborated from paraprofessionals 2) coordinated power of thinking among paraprofessionals and parent 3) collaboration in practice and result evaluation that leads to mutual goals and 4) co-benefits. Moreover, the quantitative research results were 1) parent’s teaching behavior score was at highest level 2) eating skill of the child with Patau Syndrome, after the teaching by parent, was at excellent level 3) the adjustment of assistive technology was at highest level. According to the research, it can be concluded that the process of collaboration among parents and paraprofessionals has affected parent’s perception and understanding towards the child’s struggles, including her own roles. Furthermore, the support from paraprofessionals empowered the parent to realized that she can improve her daughter’s eating skills through her training provision together with the adjustment and using an appropriate table designed by parents and paraprofessionals became the guideline for solving problems. Apart from that, the activity table was suitable for assisting in learning eating skill of the child with Patau Syndrome.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/261674 Enhancing self-confidence of the student with multiple disabilities using group process 2022-06-20T13:14:04+07:00 Saiaroon Na Lumphun ms.nalumphun@gmail.com Ratchaneekorn Thongsookdee ms.nalumphun@gmail.com Pikul Leosiripong ms.nalumphun@gmail.com Soisuda Vittayakorn ms.nalumphun@gmail.com <p>This research aimed to enhance the self-confidence of students with multiple disabilities using learning activities with group process and to study levels of self-confidence behavior of students with multiple disabilities, before and after the group process was applied, which is a case study of one female with multiple disabilities, age of 17, and seven deaf learners as research participants, all of whom study in secondary school for disabilities. The tools used include 1) evaluation form about self-confidence in students with multiple disabilities 2) a group process management manual 3) three group process learning activities plan, including: som tam making, waffle baking and group leadership practice. Each plan was implemented 5 times, each time lasted 50 minutes so it was 15 times in total. Each activity allows participants to act together based on their role in group membership 4) Self-confidence behavior observation record, the data was analyzed by percentage and description. The results showed that the level of self-confidence of the student with multiple disabilities increased from medium-quality level (40 percent) to highest-quality level (82.66 percent) after the experiment, classifying by aspects: having self-confidence in self-esteem, 44 percent before trial and 72 percent afterwards; having courage to express feeling through physical actions, 33.33 percent before trial and 80 percent afterwards; expressing feeling through gestures and words (sign language), 45.33 percent before trial and 80 percent afterwards. The results of the qualitative data analysis indicated that the group process enhance the self-confidence of the student with multiple disabilities as follow 1) she is aware of her self-value and express herself by using sign language such as I'm good, I can, I know. 2) she knows and understand herself, has courage to make decisions, to act, to tell (sign language) what she wants, to recognize her own abilities and to get job done as her group friends.</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL OF RATCHASUDA COLLEGE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES