Delta Dental of Colorado has partnered with the Colorado Dental Hygienists’ Association and other organizations to begin a public campaign about the connection between systemic health and oral health. We are excited to be a part of this campaign.
Please view the documents below and share with your patients, staff, family, and friends!
- Colorado Dental Board
- Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
- Colorado Dental Loan Repayment Program
- National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program
- Oral Health Colorado
- Smart Mouths Smart Kids – Colorado School Sealant Program
- Colorado Oral Health Plan
- Colorado Winnable Battles
- Peer Assistance Services
- Become a Colorado Medicaid Provider
- Apply for an NPI Number
Did you know that in the state of Colorado, dental hygienists are mandated by law to report suspected child abuse and neglect. In order to ensure you are equipped to fulfill this responsibility, the Colorado Department of Human Services launched a statewide hotline (1-844-CO-4-KIDS) in January of this year to provide one, easy-to-remember phone number for individuals to use from anywhere in the state to report.
CDHS also offers online mandatory-reporter training. If you haven’t already taken this training, we strongly encourage you to do so. In doing so, you will be arming yourself with the information you need to be an effective part of the safety net protecting children and youth in our state. More information is available on the CDHS website.
Guide for Seniors’ Dental Insurance
Many Americans enjoy dental insurance when they are still employed. This becomes a problem for seniors when they retire. Insurance altogether becomes much less of a priority for them when they have so many other things to take care of. If you have a senior in your family or you’re a caregiver to one, you may find this article helpful about what to know and where to go to for your senior’s dental insurance: https://www.caring.com/best-
Simon Mole – firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Mole is a former magistrate who resolves disputes through mediation and arbitration. He is the current President of the Mediation Association of Colorado. He holds a BA from Cambridge University (England); a PhD in ecology from the University of Strathclyde(Scotland), and a JD from the CU Law School in Boulder. His training in mediation and conflict resolution is through the Colorado Bar Association, and from more than a decade working in Colorado’s courts.
He was one of Colorado’s first Family Court Facilitators, and he has served on the Colorado Supreme Court’s Standing Committee on Family Issues, where he helped author Rule 16.2. He is passionate about helping everyone through the system, whether they have a lawyer or not.