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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: 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
    7
    May
  2. CE Workshop-Word Play: Creative Self-Expression For People Living With Memory Loss
    Yorktown Assisted Living, 5:00pm-7:00pm
    Supporting self-expression in older adults, especially those living with memory loss, is essential to quality care. Poetry can help develop language for a wide range of experiences so they can be shared, seen and validated. Through clinical vignettes, discussion and experiential learning, this course will explore the therapeutic use of poetry. Theoretical foundations will be reviewed and guidelines for use in clinical practice will be discussed. 1.5 Continuing Education Hours for New York State Social Workers and Licensed Creative Arts Therapists Thank you to Yorktown Assisted Living for generously sponsoring and hosting this event.
    20
    May
  3. CE Workshop: Recreational Modalities for Self Care & Stress Prevention, A Therapeutic Approach for the Caregiver
    The Ambassador Scarsdale 8:30am-10:30am
    Participants will learn about the integration of therapeutic recreation modalities as intervetnions 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. 1.0 Continuing Education Hour available for NY State Social Workers Thank You To Central Westchester Geriatric Committee for hosting this event.
    9
    May
  4. CE Workshop: The Later Stages of Dementia and End-of-Life Care: a holistic approach to supporting clients, team-members, and families
    Andrus on Hudson, Networking 5:30p-6:00p, Dinner and CE Event: 6:00p-8:00p
    Participants of this workshop will be supported with recognizing the signs of end-stage dementia, grasping the complications of nutrition/eating, and gaining knowledge of care options for end of life. State two therapeutic recreation-based and creative arts-based techniques for connecting family and friends with clients living with dementia at end of life. State two therapeutic recreation and creative arts-based techniques for connecting team members with clients living with dementia at end of life. Presenters include: Jennifer French-Glick, LCSW, Mary Farkas, LCAT, Kelly Gilligan, CVW, & Nettie Harper, CTRS. 1.5 Continuing Education Hours for New York State Social Workers and Licensed Creative Arts Therapists (Case Management CE's pending). Thank you to Andrus on Hudson and Calvary@Home for generously hosting and sponsoring this event.
    11
    June
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