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NHSA Radio- National Head Start Association

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The National Head Start Association and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you Head Start Radio where you'll get fast answers and expert advice on the issues you really care about. NHSA Radio Is hosted by Head Start Association, Deputy Executive Director Yasmina Vinci
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The new health care reform laws will go into effect on January 1,2014. Head Start programs will be effected and will be subject to penalties for non-compliance. There is much you need to know and you'll need time to gear up for the new rules. Tune in and find out what you need to know. Thora Johnson is a partner in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group at Venable, a law firm with over 550 attorneys in offices across the country practicing in all areas of corporate and business law, complex litigation, and regulatory and government affairs. She has been helping employes navigate health care reform since its enactment.
In this segment we hear about a young Head Start child who thought the pain he was feeling from dental decay in his mouth was being caused by bees stinging him when he ate. He was uninformed about dental health and had no dental home. Our guests today discuss creative things you can do to ensure your Head Start children receive dental care and dental hygiene education.
The federal law requiring Head Start programs and other to toss out old baby cribs and replace them with certified safe cribs is December 28, 2012. Listen in to confirm how to prove that you are in compliance and what to do if you are not.
Michael McGrady hosts a round table of experts to talk about the special needs of Head Start providers. The panel offers specific advice on a variety of issues including program closures and coordinating with parents.
Listen to the five basic things you need to know and the three things you need to do before you send your child off to her first day of school.