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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. AFICS/NY and Aging SMART Committee Presents: Brain Healthy Aging: Maintaining Brain Fitness
    Association of Former International Civil Servants United Nations 10:00am-12:00pm
    You can make a difference in your brain's aging process! Explore ways to maintain optimal brain health and build cognitive reserve. We will discuss healthy lifestyle-based strategies including the latest research on nutrition, exercise, and leisure experiences, as well as key differences between age-related cognitive change and dementia. This highly engaging and interactive presentation will also include techniques for supporting colleagues, friends and loved ones who may be experiencing symptoms of a dementia-related illness.
  2. CE Workshop: Living With Ambiguous Loss: Creative Tools For Supporting Care-Partners
    True Care Home Health, 8:45am - 10:45am
    Pioneering therapist Dr. Pauline Boss' work on ambiguous loss offers an important theoretical framework for the complex process of supporting loved ones with memory loss.  When working with care partners, how can we highlight resilience and strength while also validating the grief that is present?  Through clinical vignettes, discussion, and experiential learning, participants will explore creative arts therapy tools to assist with ambiguous loss concepts.   Presentation Generously Hosted and Sponsored By True Care Home Care 1.5 CEUs Available for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists and New York State Social Workers 
  3. CE Workshop: Therapeutic Engagement and The Healing Process - What the research says
    The Club At Briarcliff Manor 5:30pm Networking & Refreshments 6:00pm-7:00pm Workshop
    We will discuss evidence-based recreational modalities to holistically support individuals living with chronic pain in the home and modalities to positively impact healing and quality of life at home for patients who have undergone orthopedic surgeries. We will also explore in-home and community-based therapeutic recreation resources. Presentation Generously Sponsored and Hosted by The Club at Briarcliff Manor 1 Contact Hour CEU Event
  4. CE Workshop: Sleeping More Soundly
    Learn more about the science of sleep, and strategies to promote it. If you answer "yes" to either of these questions, then this course is for you! -Do you have a client or loved one spending most of his or her night up instead of sleeping? -Are you receiving complaints from aides or care partners about being unable to rest because they are exhausted after having only short periods of sleep throughout the night? Join us as we discuss four ideas to promote better sleep for a loved one or client with memory impairment--and you! 1.0 Continuing Education Hours for New York State Social Workers Thank you to The Club at Briarcliff Manor for generously sponsoring and hosting this event.
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