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Background of the study: The term "habit disorder" refers to a variety of stress-relieving behaviours that emerge during childhood at different stages of development. During the preschool years, children develop some habit disorders such thumb sucking, nail biting, and enuresis. Objectives: The assessment of mothers' knowledge and attitudes on a few habit problems in children at a chosen location in Waghodia was therefore deemed important and relevant by the researchers. Aims and objectives: 1.To assess the pre-test knowledge and attitude regarding habit disorders among mothers of under five children. 2. To assess post-test knowledge and attitude regarding habit disorders among mothers of under five children. 3. To assess the effectiveness of plan teaching program in terms of knowledge and attitude. 4. To find out the association between post-test score of knowledge and attitude on habit disorder among mothers of under five children with their demographic variables. Materials and method: This study used a pre-experimental pre-test post-test design. In addition, 145 mothers of under five children. It is structured knowledge questionnaires & attitude scales were data collecting along with the non- probability purpose sampling method. Result: In the post test the frequency & percentage value soared to 89% and 61.38% respectively, poor knowledge ratio was 128 frequency rate and 88.28 %. The data 32(22.07) mothers had negative attitude; however, it declined to 4(2.76) in the post-test. it rose in post-test with the frequency of 113 to 141 and from 77.93% to 97.24%. demographic variable were non-significant at 0.05 level of significance. Conclusion: The study's shows effectiveness among 145 mothers of under five children. The plan-teaching programme was successful in changing the knowledge and attitude of mothers in a way that was significant at the 0.05 level with regard to a particular habit problem.
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