Managers can use this tip sheet to help parents and caregivers learn how to ensure good oral health for children and themselves.
The Office of Head Start NCH oral health forms are important records of a pregnant woman’s or child’s dental visit.
Safety and Injury Prevention for Young Children Is:
- Making sure children have safe places to grow and learn
- Protecting children from danger
- Teaching children what to do to be safe
New Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards Webinar (slides)
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Self-Assessment: Your Annual Journey Orientation
There are several important ways to make teeth strong and prevent tooth decay. These include drinking tap (faucet) water with fluoride, brushing with fluoride toothpaste, and having a health professional apply fluoride varnish.
Regular dental visits are important to keep children’s teeth and mouths healthy and to teach them to value good oral health. Learn about what will happen at the dental clinic.
Baby teeth start coming in at about 6 to 10 months old, and can sometimes hurt. Get tips for simple ways to help prevent or reduce teething pain.
Children can injure their mouths when they fall, trip, climb, or run with something in their mouth. Learn about what to do if a child injures their mouth.
Visiting the dental clinic keeps children’s teeth and mouth healthy. Learn about how to find a dental clinic and the importance of regular dental visits.