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IMC coursework is approved by the following accrediting agencies:
Commission for Case Management Certification
National Association for Long Term Care Administrator Boards
National Council for Certified Activity Professionals
National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification
The New York State Board for Social Work
Association of Social Work Boards NJ

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  1. CE Workshop: Facilitating Expression for Families and Clients Living with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia and Recreational Modalities for Self-Care & Stress Prevention, A Therapeutic Approach for the Caregiver
    Montefiore Auditorium, Einstein Hospital, 5:30pm - 9:00pm
    We will discuss communication strategies and techniques to support the individual with dementia to express opinions and be as empowered as possible. (1-hour) Participants will learn about the integration of therapeutic recreation modalities as interventions within a holistic approach to self- care. Participants will discuss therapeutic recreation-based techniques for self-care and stress prevention within the framework of self-actualization and flow. Specific modalities will include guided mental imagery, the arts, progressive muscle relaxation, and journaling. (2-hours) 3.0 Contact Hour CEU Event Thank you to our sponsor, Citadel Care Centers.
    11th
    June
  2. Panel Discussion, Being Human: Creating Agency, Intimacy, and Yes, Development with Dementia
    NYU School of Law, Vanderbilt Hall, Classroom 210, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
    A conversation with Nettie Harper, Katharine Houpt, Susan Massad and Mary Radnofsky, moderated by Mary Fridley. Across the globe, people with dementia, their health care support teams, care partners and dementia rights advocates are challenging the fear and stigma-inducing “tragedy narrative” that distorts how people living along the dementia spectrum are seen. We choose to embrace a new perspective and work together, combining our collective strength, humanity, agency and creativity to build living environments in which all people can embrace uncertainty and experience dignity, discovery and development. Please join our panel of innovators for a new conversation about dementia - and living life.
    25th
    June
  3. CE Workshop: Sleeping More Soundly
    Brookdale Battery Park, 6:00 pm-7:00 pm
    Do you have residents or clients who are struggling with sleep? Everyone deserves a good night’s rest! Don’t miss your chance to learn more about the science of sleep, and strategies to promote it. Join us as we discuss four ideas to promote better sleep for a resident or client with memory impairment — and you! 1 hour CEU Event Thank you to True Care Home Health Care and Brookdale Battery Park for sponsoring and hosting this Continuing Education event.
    5th
    June
  4. CE Workshop: Communicating Creatively, A Multi-Modal Approach to Facilitating Expression, Comprehension, and Retention for Clients with ADRD
    NY Memory Center, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Participants learn modified communication techniques for the elderly and memory-impaired, exploring applications of multiple therapeutic modalities for the facilitation of creative expression, comprehension, and retention. This course can empower learners with the tools to connect quickly and effectively with clients throughout the stages of progression. 2.0 Contact Hour CEU Event This workshop is made possible by our generous sponsors, Senior Helpers NYC & Fox Rehabilitation, and our host, NY Memory Center.
    17th
    July
  5. CE Workshop: Dodging the tooth fairy later in life: Techniques and practices for a clean, healthy mouth
    NYU Langone Medical Center, Alumni Hall B, 10am - 12pm
    Dodging the tooth fairy later in life: Techniques and practices for a clean, healthy mouth. Dodging the tooth fairy later in life: techniques and practices for a clean, healthy mouth: 70.1% of adults 65 years and older have periodontal disease. Proper oral care is necessary to prevent eating difficulties, digestive problems and infections. This presentation features tips and techniques to support individuals with their ongoing mouth care throughout the aging process. 2.0 Contact Hour CEU Event
    26th
    July
  6. 2018 Annual Meeting Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis
    3 Day Event, Nashville, TN
    Co-founder, Nettie Harper, will be in Nashville, TN to present: "How to empower the individual with memory impairment and their care-partners to maximize quality of life" at the Annual Meeting Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis. Please visit http://cmscscholar.org/2018-cmsc-annual-meeting/ for annual conference information.
    30th
    May
  7. Hebrew Home Family Wellness Series Workshop: Connecting with Our Loved Ones for Inspiration
    Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
    Participants experience and practice modified communication techniques for the memory-impaired, exploring applications of multiple therapeutic modalities for the facilitation of creative expression. This course can empower learners with the tools to foster communication quickly and effectively with individuals living with dementia throughout the progression.
    14th
    June
  8. Two Day Certified Dementia Connections Facilitator Training
    The Belvedere Hotel, 9:00am - 5:00pm
    Join Inspired Memory Care's trainers to increase your proficiency with empowering individuals living with a dementia to enjoy their fullest lives. Techniques will emphasize creating opportunities for independence, conversation, social roles, and connection to peers and the community. Certified Dementia Connections Facilitator courses are limited to sixteen participants to facilitate collaboration and interaction in the classroom. 13 Contact Hour CEU Event for NYS Social Workers CE approvals pending for social workers licensed outside of NY, certified therapeutic recreation specialists, and case managers.
    24-25th
    October
  9. CE Workshop: Recreation-based Intervention, A Non-pharmacological Approach to Distressing Behaviors in ADRD
    Atria of Forest Hills, 6:30pm - 8:30 pm
    Participants learn to identify and explore possible triggers driving distressing behaviors and link those actions and expressions to unmet needs. This course can empower learners to collaborate openly and creatively with peers about powerful recreation-based, non-pharmacological strategies for intervention, as well as to evaluate the efficacy of interventions on an ongoing basis. 2.0 Contact Hour CEU Event Thank you to our sponsors, Senior Helpers of NYC and Fox Rehabilitation, and to our host, Atria of Forest Hills.
    23rd
    May
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