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Where the profession of dental hygiene began in 1913
Irene M. Newman (1875-1958)
The first dental hygienist.
The first President of the Connecticut Dental
Hygienists' Association in the early 1900's.
Kristin Minihan-Anderson, MSDH, RDH
of the Connecticut Dental Hygienists'
Membership Has Its Benefits!
Membership allows you to be part of a large organization of people with similar goals and interests, which include improving the oral health of the population of Connecticut! It also enables you to earn free or discounted continuing education credits, network to improve skills or find employment, and stay current in our ever-changing profession.
For more information on becoming a member of the American Dental Hygienists' Association, CDHA, and your local component or for questions about maintaining your membership, click here: http://www.adha.org/why-join.
To see how to save the cost of your membership by utilizing membership benefits, click here: http://www.adha.org/resourcesdocs/74110_Membership_Affinity_Programs.pdf
If you have more specific questions, you may contact ADHA directly (see contact info on home page)
OPTIONS FOR QUARTERLY RENEWAL:
To cut costs of membership dues per payment, you may set up quarterly payments for January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st. To register for this quarterly option, first sign into your ADHA account. From here, click on the Renew Your Membership icon on the left hand side of your ADHA membership home screen. From here, the website will take you to the proper payment option.
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