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2000 National Survey SUSENAS Republic of Indonesia Case Study, Part 1: Disability Findings Senda Benaissa, M.P.H Gallaudet University.

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1 2000 National Survey SUSENAS Republic of Indonesia Case Study, Part 1: Disability Findings Senda Benaissa, M.P.H Gallaudet University

2 Disability as a Focus Study Part 1 Using national surveys to learn about people with disabilities in a particular environment Using national surveys to learn about people with disabilities in a particular environment Analyzing areas such as education, health, labor, policy, socialization, service, etc., and how these impact people with disabilities (using ICF model) Analyzing areas such as education, health, labor, policy, socialization, service, etc., and how these impact people with disabilities (using ICF model) Part 2 Exploring the interrelations between aspects of disability and poverty Exploring the interrelations between aspects of disability and poverty Providing proper services to meet needs (reducing burden and poverty) Providing proper services to meet needs (reducing burden and poverty)

3 Survey and Census Disability data collected from two surveys: Disability data collected from two surveys: Core: Core Characteristics of households and household members (k) 1999 Core: Core Characteristics of households and household members (k) 1999 Module: Household Socio Culture and Education (MSBP) 2000 Module: Household Socio Culture and Education (MSBP) 2000 (latest surveys (2003) are existing but year 2000 is available in English version)

4 Creating a disability target group Due to limited source information in the national survey, the disabled group is categorized by a few physical defects rather than functional activities. Due to limited source information in the national survey, the disabled group is categorized by a few physical defects rather than functional activities.

5 Physical Defect Handicap743 (40.3) Blind314 (17.0) Mental Defect247 (13.4) Deaf222 (12.0) Mute132 (7.2) Psychotic126 (6.8) Deaf and Mute59 (3.2) Total Physical Defect (module) 1845 (.8) Total population of household 241,195 Total Physical Defect (core) 4,639 Total population of household 778,168

6 International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) Person with “health condition” in a standard environment Health Status Participation Environment Factors Personal Factors Activity Poverty

7 Why using ICF model Measurement tool that can be used widely abroad Measurement tool that can be used widely abroad Measure functioning in society, rather than individual’s limitation Measure functioning in society, rather than individual’s limitation Identify and measure the effect of the physical and social environment on the disadvantages that disabled people experience Identify and measure the effect of the physical and social environment on the disadvantages that disabled people experience Health & Disability and Poverty have a strong association Health & Disability and Poverty have a strong association

8 Age and disabled The prevalent working age group is 20 and 54, regardless of their disability status. As expected, 47% of disabled people are in the same working age.

9 Not in School (7-24 yrs old) 17 % of 7-24yr old disabled people reported they are ashamed of themselves and don’t like going to school

10 Social Services Complaint health problem (3 months) Receiving social service

11 Employment Status

12 Key items that may apply to the relationship between disability and poverty Nature Nature Accident/Disaster Accident/Disaster DiseasePhysical defect DiseasePhysical defect Listen to radio Listen to radio Watch TV Watch TV Read Read watch/do artistry show watch/do artistry show Exercise Exercise Participate organization Participate social activity Participate social activity Received social services Received social services Number of working days Number of working days Earning income Earning income Activities with parents Activities with parents Active in school Active in school School transportation School transportation Sport at school Sport at school Household’s school expense Household’s school expense Preschool educationIncome use for Preschool educationIncome use for Taking classes Taking classes Distance between school and home Distance between school and home Difficulties in school financing Difficulties in school financing Scholarship/dispensation Scholarship/dispensation Supplement food in school Supplement food in school Working Working Dropped out school Dropped out school No money for school No money for school read/writeread/write Do some activityDo some activity Breast feedingBreast feeding Permanent jobPermanent job Finding jobFinding job Disrupt work, schoolDisrupt work, school Duration of disruptDuration of disrupt School participationSchool participation Dropped outDropped out Family planning serviceFamily planning service Expenditures to get family planning serviceExpenditures to get family planning service Highest level of educationHighest level of education Highest grade ever attendedHighest grade ever attended Days of workDays of work Self treatmentSelf treatment Cost of self treatmentCost of self treatment Criminal/violation victimCriminal/violation victim Status of homeStatus of home Obtain drinking waterObtain drinking water FoodFood Education expenseEducation expense Health expenseHealth expense Clothing, footwearClothing, footwear Durable goodsDurable goods Raise livestockRaise livestock Land areaLand area

13 Nature Nature Accident/Disas ter Accident/Disas ter Disease Disease Physical defect Physical defect Listen to radio Listen to radio Watch TV Watch TV Read Read watch/do artistry show watch/do artistry show Exercise Exercise Participate organization Participate organization Participate social activity Participate social activity Received social services Received social services Number of working days Number of working days Earning income Earning income Activities with parents Activities with parents Active in school Active in school School transportation School transportation Sport at school Sport at school Household’s school expense Household’s school expense Preschool education Preschool education Income use for Income use for Taking classes Taking classes Distance between school and home Distance between school and home Difficulties in school financing Difficulties in school financing Scholarship/dispensation Scholarship/dispensation Supplement food in school Supplement food in school Working Working Dropped out school Dropped out school No money for school No money for school ICF model in Module Survey Health Status ImpairmentDisabilityParticipation Environmental factor

14 ICF model in Core Survey DisabilityParticipation Environmental Factor read/write read/write Do some activity Do some activity Breast feeding Breast feeding Permanent job Permanent job Finding job Finding job Disrupt work, school Disrupt work, school Duration of disrupt Duration of disrupt School participation School participation Dropped out Dropped out Family planning service Family planning service Expenditures to get family planning service Expenditures to get family planning service Highest level of education Highest level of education Highest grade ever attended Highest grade ever attended Days of work Days of work Self treatment Self treatment Cost of self treatment Cost of self treatment Criminal/violation victim Criminal/violation victim Status of home Status of home Obtain drinking water Obtain drinking water Food Food Education expense Education expense Health expense Health expense Clothing, footwear Clothing, footwear Durable goods Durable goods Raise livestock Raise livestock Land area Land area

15 Next Step Using the ICF model, poverty can be analyzed to: Using the ICF model, poverty can be analyzed to: Explore the incidence, severity of disability and functioning Explore the incidence, severity of disability and functioning Explore the social and physical environment Explore the social and physical environment Explore the limitations on activities and restrictions on participation Explore the limitations on activities and restrictions on participation Explore the availability of services Explore the availability of services


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