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Acknowledgements, Christina Vracar DA MPH, Abigail Holicky MPH. Jennifer Wahby MPH, Jasmine Calhoun Bee CFM MPH, Survey Planning and Design. Tami Miller RDH BS, Christina Vracar DA MPH, Jennifer Wahby MPH. Donna Solovan Gleason RDH PhD, Technical Assistance. Christine Wood RDH BS, Michael C Manz DDS MPH DrPH.
Collette Vallee BS, Madeleine Nobles RN CPHM, Implementation and Screening. Jan Barrett RDH, Shelley Bergholcs CRDH BASDH, Dulce Calva RDH. Joleyn Carriveau RDH BS PDHC, Norine Dowd CRDH BHSc. Danielle Driscoll CRDH MHS, Karen Hodge RDH MHSc, Beryl Sue Kassoff Correia CRDH BS. Rhoda Kublickis RDH MHS FAADH, Cynthia Lineberger CRDH.
Kimberly Reams RDH, Pamela Ridilla CRDH MS, Michelle Ryan CRDH MEd. Pamela Sandy CRDH MA, Paula Schad RDH, Rebecca Smith CRDH EdD. Debra Vitale RDH BS, Daytona Beach State College Eastern Florida State College Miami Dade College Palm Beach State. College Pensacola State College South Florida State College and Valencia College Dental Hygiene. Thank you to the regional Area Agencies on Aging the selected congregate meal sites and older adults. for your assistance and participation in this project. This project is supported in part by the Health Resources and Services Administration State Oral Health. Workforce Grant T12HP27541 funds provided through the University of Florida College of Dentistry. Suggested Citation Florida Department of Health 2016 The Oral Health Status of Florida s Older Adult. Population 2015 2016, The Public Health Dental Program www flhealth gov dental. Contact us at dental flhealth gov or 850 245 4333, Table of Contents.
Executive Summary 4, Key Findings 4, Introduction 5. Methodology 6, Basic Screening Survey 6, Sampling Procedure 6. Screening Methods 7, Data Analysis 8, Demographic Characteristics of Participating Older Adults 9. Oral Health Indicators Overall 11, Oral Health Indicators Race Ethnicity 12. Oral Health Indicators Region 13, Oral Health Indicators Education Level 13.
Vulnerable Population Dental Insurance 15, Chronic Disease Indicators 15. National Status 17, Limitations 17, Recommendations 17. References 19, Appendices 20, Appendix A Consent and Questionnaire Form Page 1 20. Appendix A Consent and Questionnaire Form Page 2 21. Appendix B Older Adult Oral Health Screening Form 22. Appendix C Screening Results Letter Sent to Parents 23. Appendix D Other Indicators from Parent Questionnaire 24. Toothache 24, Last Dental Visit 24, Follow Up Care 25. Reason for Last Dental Visit 25, Reason for Not Seeking Care 26.
Avoiding Food Due to Teeth or Dentures 26, Executive Summary. During the 2015 2016 state fiscal year the Florida Department of Health s DOH Public Health. Dental Program PHDP completed the first statewide oral health surveillance of Florida s older. adult population attending congregate meal sites The 2015 2016 Older Adult Oral Health. Screening Project was conducted in 35 congregate meal sites across 19 Florida counties. Out of 3 288 older adults attending the 35 selected Florida congregate meal sites there were. 674 older adults screened to gain a representative sample of Florida s older adult population. Overall 21 6 of consent forms were returned and of those 95 6 were returned with positive. consent In total 20 5 of the sampled population were screened Dental screenings were. provided by contracted Florida Dental Hygienists Association registered dental hygienists. following the Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors ASTDD Basic Screening. Survey BSS protocols, Key Findings, Of Florida s older adults ages 60 and older. The average number of natural teeth present were 15 2 out of a maximum of 32 teeth. Suspicious soft tissue lesions were present in 5 5 of Florida s older adults. The early dental treatment need among Florida s older adult population was 28 8. The urgent dental treatment need among Florida s older adult population was 5 0. Approximately one in four older adults 28 4 reported having no insurance coverage. for dental care and only 10 had private dental insurance. Of Florida s older adults without any teeth edentate 19 2. Those with a higher education status reported a lower prevalence of edentulism. Approximately one in three older adults 34 4 reported the use of an upper and lower. Of Florida s older adults with at least one tooth 80 8. One in five older adults 22 9 presented with untreated decay. o Untreated decay was the highest among non Hispanic Blacks 32 2. Almost half of older adults 46 7 reported the use of an upper denture or partial and. over one in three older adults 39 5 reported the use of a lower denture or partial. The need for periodontal care was 17 2, Root fragments were present in 21 3 of older adults. According to Oral Health America s A State of Decay Are Older Americans Coming of Age. without Oral Healthcare report Florida ranks 7th nationally 84 good category on a composite. score based on five variables edentulism adult Medicaid dental benefits community water. fluoridation BSS history and status and state oral health plans 1. 1 A State of Decay 2016, Introduction, Oral health is essential to overall health and well being across the life span There is a strong. correlation between poor oral health status and other systemic and chronic conditions such as. diabetes heart disease and stroke 2 Older adults experiencing poor oral health tend to be. disabled homebound institutionalized economically disadvantaged lack insurance and are. members of racial and ethnic minorities 3 Many older Americans do not have dental insurance. as they lose these benefits when they retire and leave the work force 2. Florida s older adults are a growing vulnerable population with unique oral health needs In. 2010 Florida older adults ages 60 and older comprised approximately 36 of the state s. population By 2020 it is estimated that there will be more than 8 million older adults in the. state comprising 42 of the state s population 4 According to the 2014 Florida Behavioral Risk. Factor Surveillance System BRFSS survey 13 2 of those ages 65 and older are. experiencing complete tooth loss5 affecting the ability to carry on basic human functions such. as chewing swallowing speaking smiling and singing. Oral health data are needed for ongoing surveillance establishing the burden of oral health. disease and to inform statewide programmatic planning efforts To address the need for state. level oral health surveillance data the Florida Department of Health DOH Public Health Dental. Program PHDP has established a surveillance system for monitoring oral health status risk. factors and access to dental services among various populations Florida s older adult. population was the third in a series of three ongoing statewide oral health surveillance projects. to determine the oral health status of Floridians The purpose of this project was to determine. the current oral health status of Florida s oldest population ages 60 and older attending Florida. congregate meal sites identifying gaps in access to care and unmet dental needs and to. provide additional information for future prevention programs. The Florida Department of Elder Affairs through the Area Agencies on Aging provides state. and federally funded meal and nutrition education programs with outreach services 6 There are. approximately 425 congregate meal sites in Florida that serve thousands of meals daily 5 At. these congregate meal sites Floridians 60 years and older and their spouses receive. nutritionally balanced meals nutrition education and nutrition risk screening 5 Florida. congregate meal sites can function in several different types of dining facilities including senior. centers churches senior housing facilities and other community focal points. The following sections of this report detail specifics about this project including the methodology. results limitations and recommendations from Florida s first Older Adult Oral Health Screening. 2 U S Department of Health and Human Services 2000. 3 Oral Health for Older Americans 2013, 4 Florida CHARTS Query 2016.
5 BRFSS 2014, 6 Congregate Meal and Nutrition Sites. Methodology, Basic Screening Survey, The 2015 2016 Older Adult Oral Health Screening Project Project was based on the BSS tool. supported by ASTDD The primary purpose of the BSS tool is to provide state and local health. jurisdictions with a consistent model for monitoring oral disease in a timely manner at the. lowest possible cost with minimum burden on survey participants and that will support. comparisons within and between states 7 The goal of the BSS is to obtain standardized regional. and statewide estimates of the oral health status in specific populations. The BSS is designed to capture information on the following dental indicators that are directly. related to oral health in older adults8, 1 Dentures and denture use presence and use of full or partial removable dentures in the. upper and lower arch, 2 Number of natural teeth total number of teeth present in the upper and lower arch. including third molars retained primary teeth and root fragments Teeth that may be. used as part of an over denture are not included in the number of natural teeth. a Dentate having at least one natural tooth, b Edentate loss of all natural teeth without teeth 9.
3 Untreated decay visible breakdown of the enamel surface. 4 Root fragments visible root fragments or teeth where the crown has fractured off at or. below the gum line, 5 Need for periodontal care need to have teeth cleaned before the next regularly. scheduled dental appointment or more advanced periodontal treatment is needed. 6 Suspicious soft tissue lesions presence of a soft tissue lesion that should be evaluated. by a health professional including red and white lesions plus conditions or infections. such as Candidiasis, 7 Urgency of need for dental care. a Early dental care needs to see a dentist within several weeks because of. untreated decay or broken restorations, b Urgent dental care needs dental care as soon as possible because of signs and. symptoms that include pain infection or swelling, Sampling Procedure. A representative statewide sample of older adults attending Florida congregate meal sites was. used for the Project The average daily meal enrollment average daily attendance data were. collected through the Area Agencies on Aging offices and individual congregate meal sites as. there is not one centralized database housing this information for Florida A Stratified Probability. Proportional to Size sample PPS design was used to select the representative statewide. sample of sites and the meal enrollment data were used to construct the population sample. frame The list of sites was sorted by region and then by average meal enrollment within each. region to achieve geographic stratification A systematic sample interval was drawn with a. 7 ASTDD 2011, 8 ASTDD 2010, 9 Healthy People 2010 Oral Health Toolkit 2007.
calculated sampling proportional to the region population based on total average meal. enrollment to ensure a minimum of two sites were selected within each region of the state. With a random start the sampling interval was then repeatedly added with selections made. based on where the sampling intervals fell in cumulative enrollment for a total of 35 selections. Sites were contacted and consented to participate in the screening project Sites that declined. participation were replaced with a random PPS site selection from the same interval. Figure 1 illustrates the regional designations and the number of counties and sites within each. region for the Project, Screening Methods, After obtaining permission from the selected sites older adults were given the opportunity for. individual participation in the project Consent form questionnaire Appendix A data collection. forms Appendix B and screening results letters Appendix C were created based on BSS. guidelines 10 Consent forms were sent to the 35 participating sites and distributed to the older. adults prior to the scheduled screening date Older adults were encouraged to complete and. return the consent form questionnaire even if they did not want to participate in the screening. 10 ASTDD 2010, The older adult screenings took place before and after the scheduled congregate meal times. Only those older adults returning a positive consent questionnaire form with a signature were. Florida Dental Hygienist s Association licensed dental hygienists were trained in BSS guidelines. and provided screenings to participants following procedures to prevent the spread of disease. as set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC for this type of oral health. screening Dental gloves and masks were worn and the dental hygienists used a disposable. mirror for each participant which was thrown away after each screening The screening was not. intended to take the place of a regular dental checkup or an exam by a dentist There were 17. hygienists who collected information on the presence of all seven indicators dentures and. denture use number of natural teeth untreated decay root fragments need for periodontal. care suspicious soft tissue lesions and urgency of need for dental care The screenings and. data were collected at the participant level and the tooth level depending on the indicator and in. This project is supported in part by the Health Resources and Services Administration State Oral Health Workforce Grant T12HP27541 funds provided through the University of Florida College of Dentistry Suggested Citation Florida Department of Health 2016 The Oral Health Status of Florida s Older Adult Population 2015 2016

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