Effaith iaith ar adsefydlu corfforol: Astudiaeth o ddylanwad iaith ar effeithiolrwydd therapi mewn cymuned Gymraeg


Effaith iaith ar adsefydlu corfforol: Astudiaeth o ddylanwad iaith ar effeithiolrwydd therapi mewn cymuned Gymraeg
Huw Dylan Owen a Steve Morris

Mewn rhan o Gymru lle mae dros 50 y cant o’r boblogaeth yn ddwyieithog, nid oedd unrhyw therapyddion Cymraeg gan un gwasanaeth adsefydlu corfforol cymunedol. Asesodd mesur deilliannau a gydnabyddir yn rhyngwladol effeithiolrwydd yr adsefydlu. Yr oedd gan gleifion Cymraeg eu hiaith ganlyniadau yn sgil yr adsefydlu oedd yn sylweddol is na siaradwyr di- Gymraeg (p<0.05). Nid oedd gwahaniaeth arwyddocaol mewn ardal arall lle'r oedd y therapyddion yn ddwyieithog. Awgryma’r canfyddiadau fod gallu therapyddion i siarad iaith gyntaf cleifion yn dylanwadu ar effeithiolrwydd therapi. Cymharwyd canran yr unigolion a gyfeiriwyd (gan weithwyr proffesiynol gofal iechyd neu gymdeithasol) ac a fedrai’r Gymraeg â’r ganran o siaradwyr Cymraeg y rhagwelid eu cyfeirio ar sail nifer y siaradwyr Cymraeg yn y boblogaeth yn gyffredinol. Cafodd nifer sylweddol lai o siaradwyr Cymraeg eu cyfeirio at y gwasanaeth adsefydlu na’r canran a ragwelid (p<0.001). Er bod hyn yn awgrymu y medr y ffaith na all gweithwyr proffesiynol siarad Cymraeg effeithio’n negyddol ar siaradwyr Cymraeg sy’n cyrchu gwasanaethau, fe all fod rhesymau seico-gymdeithasol amlffactoraidd eraill i’w hystyried.


Cyfeiriad:

 
  	Huw Dylan Owen a Steve Morris, 'Effaith iaith ar adsefydlu corfforol: Astudiaeth o ddylanwad iaith ar effeithiolrwydd therapi mewn cymuned Gymraeg', Gwerddon, 10/11, Awst 2012, 83-112.
   

Allweddeiriau

 
    Cymraeg, dwyieithrwydd, iaith, therapi, gofal iechyd, gofal cymdeithasol.
    

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