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Importance of Access to and Utilization of Oral Health Care in Pennsylvania Ed Franchi Special Projects Coordinator Cheryl Bumgardner Clinical Coordinator Updated, March 7568 6 Contents Introduction 8
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Additionally, since certification requirements vary among states, students should ensure they are in compliance with these requirements to ensure eligibility for school administrator licensure in their state.
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Referring to shared ideas, meanings, and values that influence an individual's beliefs and attitudes, cultural and societal influences are a significant intervention point for health literacy development. As interactions with healthcare systems often first occur at the family level, deeply rooted beliefs and values can shape the significance of the experience. Included components that reflect the development of health literacy both culturally and societally are native language, socioeconomic status, gender, race, and ethnicity, as well as mass media exposure. These are pathways to understanding American life paralleling conquests for a health literate America.
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Options for Oral Health Care for Children in Poverty in Syracuse, New York October 7558 6 Table of Contents Background. 8 Best Practices in Children s Oral Health Care. 9 Barriers to Optimal Care.
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Student Self Assessment • Self–assess accurately and successfully against the success criteria to self-determine their steps in learning • Peer assess accurately and successfully, giving feedback and against the success criteria • Set their own SMART goals in learning, then self-monitor and evaluate their progress towards and achievement against them
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Oral language is often associated with vocabulary as the main component. However, in the broadest definition, oral language consists of phonology, grammar, morphology, vocabulary, discourse, and pragmatics. The acquisition of these skills often begins at a young age, before students begin focusing on print-based concepts such as sound-symbol correspondence and decoding. Because these skills are often developed early in life, children with limited oral language ability at the time they enter kindergarten are typically at a distinct disadvantage (Fielding et al., 7557). Furthermore, because of various risk factors, Title I and English Learners are often among the most at-risk populations. Oral language comprises the following six areas:
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Plain language is defined by the International Plain Language Federation as writing whose "wording, structure, and design are so clear that the intended readers can easily find what they need, understand what they find, and use that information.“ 96 67 98
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Table 8 lists the publications which provide a conceptual model of health literacy. From this overview, two issues become apparent. Firstly, health literacy is a multidimensional concept and consists of different components. Secondly, most conceptual models not only consider the key components of health literacy, but also identify the individual and system-level factors that influence a person's level of health literacy, as well as the pathways that link health literacy to health outcomes.