Jumpin’ June Jubilee 6/12/10

Get a jump start on summer fun!
Join first 5 Mono County and the Mammoth Lakes Library for a day of fun and games learning about healthy habits and summer safety! 

Saturday June 12, 2010
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Mammoth Lakes Library
400 Sierra Park Road

Jubilee Game Plan:
10:30 Story Hour
10:00 – 3:00 Join these activities:
Hands on Health Mobile Express, Mammoth Hospital Obstacle Course, Summer Safety, Open Wide for a Healthy Smile, Mono County Health Department, Toddler Bounce House, Raising a Reader, Face Painting, Glo Germ Demonstration, and more!

This is a FREE event sponsored by First 5 Mono County and the Mammoth Lakes Library  Downlod Event Poster

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Pregnancy & Oral Health: Lunch & Learn

Pregnancy & Prenatal Oral Health “Lunch and Learn”
Thursday, February 11, 2010, 12:15pm – 1:15pm,
Mammoth Hospital, Conference Room C

This training covers:
1) The importance of good oral health to a healthy pregnancy.
2) Oral health risk assessments and targeted counseling during pre-natal visits,
3) Mother/caretaker interviews and anticipatory guidance,
4) Population-specific oral health outreach tools, including written guidance for prenatal women (self-care & infant care),
5) Oral hygiene, fluoride, and nutrition practices that promote oral health

Call the First 5 Office at 760/924-7626 to register. Download event flyer (scroll to second page).

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Children’s Oral Health Workshop

Children’s Oral Health Workshop

Hands-on clinical training where participants will learn clinical, in-mouth skills of oral health screening, caries risk assessment, treatment need assessment, infection control, and topical fluoride varnish application.

Thursday, February 11, 2010, 8:00am–11:30am,  Mammoth Lakes Library, 400 Sierra Park Rd, Mammoth 

The training consists of instruction and clinical training:
How tooth decay develops
Fluoridation (topical vs. systemic)
Oral hygiene and diet
Presenter:  Nancy Reifel, DDS, MPH, of the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Dentistry, Division of Public Health and Community Dentistry.

This course is open to all.  Typical participants include:  community outreach workers; staff who provide center- based and home visitation services; nurses and clinical support staff; and others who work with young children.

Register:  To register, call 760/924-7626  

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