Anyk Wienarsih, S. Sunardi, G. Gunarhadi


The aim of the research is to know the teacher’s role and teacher’s needs in the personal hygiene learning of children with cerebral palsy. The subject of the research is teachers of SLB D1 YPAC Surakarta as a respondents are 6 persons. Data gathering technique gets from interview and observation. Data will be analyzed with qualitative research method in descriptive approach. The result of the research indicate that the majority respondents who is using speech method to convey about the personal hygiene learning. From 6 respondents, only 1 respondent who is sometimes using demonstration method. Utilizing picture media sometimes use by all respondents, 2 respondents sometimes using another media. From all respondents said that need another learning media which is might support the succeed of the personal hygiene learning of children with cerebral palsy.   


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