Head Begin and Oral Wellbeing in Iowa.


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Head Start and Oral Health in Iowa

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Overview What is Head Start? Administrations Provided Eligibility Organization State Collaboration Offices Head Start Performance Standards Head Start in Iowa Head Start Oral Health Work

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What is Head Start? Early Head Start and Head Start are far reaching kid advancement programs which serve kids from conception to five, pregnant ladies, and their families.

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Goals of Head Start Promote school availability by upgrading the social and psychological advancement of low-salary kids Support folks in their part as essential instructors of their youngsters and enable families Provide a steady learning environment for kids, staff and folks Meet fundamental wellbeing needs including counteractive action Respect kids & grown-ups As people With roots in numerous societies and dialects As individuals from a group

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Head Start is unique… Involves folks in all parts of choice making Parent volunteering and group representation on the arrangement gathering are a Head\'s piece Start spending plan Community cooperating is a necessity Parent inclination in procuring

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Head Start Services Child improvement and training Determination of child’s wellbeing status Disabilities Nutritious dinners Mental health Parent training Home visits Staff improvement Community associations Parent inclusion in choice making Socialization Tracking and Referrals

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Birth to 3 (EHS) Ages 3-5 Meet family wage rules Grantees may serve up to 35% of their enlistment with kids whose earnings are between 100-130% of destitution. (This is notwithstanding the current 10% over-salary.) Children in child care paying little mind to wage Children who are destitute Families getting open help (TANF or SSI) paying little respect to wage 10% of selected kids must be for kids with incapacities Eligibility

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2009 HHS Poverty Guidelines Source: Federal Register , Vol. 74, No. 14, January 23, 2009, pp. 4199-4201

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Lyon Winnebago Mitchell Worth Howard Emmet Osceola Dickinson Kossuth Winneshiek Allamakee Hancock Clay Cerro Gordo Sioux Palo Alto Floyd Chickasaw O’Brien Clayton Fayette Bremer Plymouth Buena Vista Humboldt Cherokee Pocahontas Wright Franklin Butler Webster Woodbury Ida Delaware Dubuque Sac Buchanan Calhoun Black Hawk Hamilton Grundy Hardin Jackson Jones Benton Tama Monona Linn Crawford Greene Boone Story Carroll Marshall Clinton Cedar Audubon Johnson Iowa Jasper Shelby Dallas Poweshiek Guthrie Polk Harrison Scott Muscatine Adair Keokuk Madison Marion Washington Cass Mahaska Pottawattamie Warren Louisa Lucas Monroe Clarke Wapello Jefferson Mills Union Montgomery Adams Henry Des Moines Fremont Page Van Buren Taylor Wayne Ringgold Davis Decatur Appanoose Lee

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Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families Office of Head Start Regional Offices (12) Head Start State Collaboration Offices Head Start Grantees Head Start Delegate Agencies Head Start Organization Chart Federal Local

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Head Start State Collaboration Offices Create an unmistakable association at the state level to bolster the advancement of multi-office and open/private associations. Help construct early adolescence frameworks Encourage across the board cooperation among Head Start and other fitting projects, administrations, and activities, Facilitate the contribution of Head Start in state strategies, arranges, procedures, and choices

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Head Start Program Performance Standards The code of Federal regulations-45 CFR PART 1304 — contains the system execution guidelines for the operation of Head Start programs by grantee and representative organizations. Obligatory regulations that grantees and representative offices must execute keeping in mind the end goal to work an Early Head Start and/or Head Start program.

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Head Start Program Performance Standards Provide Head Start grantee regulations for… early adolescence instruction wellbeing and security nourishment move social and enthusiastic advancement inabilities guardian contribution family associations group organizations regulatory and budgetary administration, and offices

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Head Start and Oral Health Head Start obliges each project to: Provide progressing preparing to staff who give wellbeing administrations, including oral wellbeing administrations. Figure out if every kid has a progressing wellspring of constant, open social insurance, including dental consideration. Distinguish which youngsters are not a la mode on the obliged timetable of essential and preventive consideration.

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Head Start and Oral Health (proceeded with) Head Start obliges each system to: Ensure youngsters why should up date stay a la mode. Assist folks with getting wellbeing administrations for youngsters who are not a la mode. Guarantee youngsters with a discernible, known or suspected wellbeing issue gets further testing, examination and treatment from an authorized/confirmed proficient. Add to a framework to execute progressing techniques to recognize new or repeating dental worries to encourage auspicious referrals.

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Head Start and Oral Health (proceeded with) Head Start obliges each project to: Obtain composed documentation if a guardian declines to give approval for wellbeing administrations. Counsel with folks quickly when kids\' wellbeing issues are suspected or recognized. Acquire propelled approvals for wellbeing methodology. Assist folks with acclimating their kids , in a formatively suitable manner, to any wellbeing strategies they experience.

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Head Start and Oral Health (proceeded with) Head Start obliges each project to: In Early Head Start, help pregnant ladies instantly after enlistment to get to pre-birth/baby blues consideration, including dental consideration. Advance successful dental cleanliness in conjunction with dinners. Furnish folks and kids with instruction about oral cleanliness.

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Oral Health Protocol (sample) Determine child’s oral wellbeing status. Is tyke up and coming (EPSDT)? Yes/No Ensure kid keeps on being avant-garde. Yes No Refer to administrations Does youngster have a dental home? Yes/No Ensure administrations are gotten Obtain composed refusal Yes Ongoing determination of dental needs. Guarantee kid keeps on being breakthrough.

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How is Iowa Doing?

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Health Services Advisory Committee Required by execution measures The HSAC contained group wellbeing experts, (for example, doctors, dental practitioners, DHs) Head Start staff, and Head Start folks. Helps programs in recognizing assets, creating strategies and methodology and different exercises.

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Head Start Oral Health Forum 2003 Dental Care Access Dentists aren’t there Dentists won’t serve low wage families Dentist won’t serve youthful youngsters KEY ISSUES Prevalence of Early Childhood Caries Most basic irresistible malady Invisible sickness

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What would we be able to do? Five objectives Raise mindfulness. Advance better linkages at a neighborhood level among right on time youth wellbeing administrations, Head Start and different partners. Use linkages to advance new practices Strengthen the Head Start Head Services Advisory Committees. Add to a guardian educational modules

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Raise mindfulness Promote linkages Strengthen the HSACs Develop a guardian educational modules Results lawmakers kid care suppliers district general wellbeing Iowa Community Empowerment Shared records Distributed data re toothbrushing, fluoride varnish, dental issues for pregnant ladies Ensured Dentist and/or DH on each HSAC (16/18) Conducted HSAC preparing Now stretched out to I-Smile Created “Healthy Smiles” Curriculum & Flip Charts 18 workshops, 610 prepared

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“Healthy Smiles” Results (Percentage saying “yes”)

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Next Steps Identified in Sept. 2008 KEY WORK ITEMS: Strengthen linkages with I-Smile Healthy Smiles (new round of train the mentors) Develop toolboxs on setting up impetus frameworks to propel families Support TOSS Grant: Public mindfulness around oral wellbeing. Enhancing Access Strategies

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AAPD Dental Home Initiative Goals 2010 To assemble a Leadership Team To teach and convey on board Dentist to serve these low wage kids and families as a dental home. To have a motivational meeting preparing for experts to deliver families To build up a

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