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Events

IMC is pleased to announce these upcoming trainings & presentations in your area:


  1. 1.19.17
    Workshop: Getting to Know Our Clients
    IMC will present a free, 3.0 CE Workshop for Certified Case Managers in the Financial District. Admission to the event is by invitation-only. If you are interested in earning CE credits through CCMC, please contact us at info@inspiredmemorycare.com
  2. 1.28.17
    Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Seminar
    Take the path to certification as a Certified Dementia Practitioner® through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners. Visit www.inspiredmemorycare.com/ to learn more.
  3. 1.18.17
    Family Care-Partner Workshop - Atria Briarcliff Manor
    IMC will be at Atria Briarcliff Manor to present Getting To Know My Loved One's Disease, an hour-long workshop tailored to family care-partners who want to better understand the basic science of memory impairment and techniques to connect. For more information or to register, please email info@inspiredmemorycare.com.
  4. 12.19.16
    Home for the Holidays: A Care-Partner Workshop
    IMC and PSS Circle of Care discussed strategies for self-care and involving individuals with memory impairment in planning, preparing and celebrating a meaningful event with friends and family. In the spirit of the season, Inspired Memory Care gifted participants with free take-home activities to share with a loved one or client with memory impairment.
Past presentations include:

  1. 6.15.16
    Inspired Connections
    The Inspired Connections training series at Atria Riverdale began with "Understanding Our Elders" and "Connecting with Our Elders for Inspiration," discussions of society's view of aging and memory impairment and communicating for connection with memory-impaired clients and loved ones.
  2. 4.21.16
    WSIACA
    Ms. Harper & Ms. Gilligan shared a glimpse of their Inspired Connections training with members of WSIACA on Thursday, April 21st at 9:00 am, guiding participants in exploring opportunities to connect with clients through specialized programming & communication techniques.
  3. 3.15.16
    IMC at Brookdale
    Attendees in this session had the opportunity to view innovative programs involving individuals with memory impairments (videos) discuss how to engage in similar programs with their loved ones or clients, & left the session with two programs -- ready to inspire or be inspired by their loved ones or clients.
  4. 6.22.16
    Emerging Aging NYC
    Co-founders Kelly Gilligan & Nettie Harper served as panelists in Emerging Aging NYC's panel: "Emerging Entrepreneurs and Innovators in the Field of Memory Care." The forum was held at Fordham University's Lincoln Center Campus from 6:00-8:00 pm.
  5. 7.13.16
    Inspired Connections
    IMC presented Day 2 of the Inspired Connections training series at Atria Riverdale. We explored "Maximizing Comfort During Care" & "Managing Everyday Living Together" (challenging behaviors). CEU credits available to NH & AL Administrators, Recreation Therapists, and Activity Professionals.
  6. 7.15.16
    Inspired Aging Workshop
    Co-Founder, Kelly Gilligan, presented IMC's "Inspired Aging" Workshop to the community at Stuyvesant Town. We learned techniques to keep your brain vital and stay connected to your peers and community.
  7. 8.10.16
    Inspired Connections
    The Inspired Connections training series at Atria Riverdale continues with "Planning the Day Together," "Inspired Dining," and family dynamics presented by Molly Fogel, LMSW, Director of Education and Social Services at the AFA. CEU credits available to NH & AL Adminstrators, Rec Therapists, Activity Professionals & Social Workers.
  8. 8.16.16
    ComForCare Workshop: Inspiration Starts with You
    IMC provided a unique 3 ­hour seminar to the companion staff of ComForCare NYC. Participants explored the impact of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders on the brain. Participants learned how to support individuals with memory impairment through strengths-based techniques and practiced these techniques to best connect and empower the individual with memory impairment to self­-direct their days. The seminar offered suggestions on how to support the individual in creating opportunities for engagement and create community roles to maintain meaning in their lives. Professionals and care-givers alike
  9. 8.30.16
    Promenade Inspired Connections Day One
    The Inspired Connections training series at Promenade Senior Living began with "Understanding Our Elders" and "Connecting with Our Elders for Inspiration," discussions of society's view of aging and memory impairment and communicating for connection with memory-impaired clients and loved ones.
  10. 9.27.16
    Inspired Connections
    IMC presented the Inspired Connections training series at Promenade Senior Living at Chestnut Ridge. Participants explored "Maximizing Comfort During Care" & "Managing Everyday Living Together" (challenging behaviors). CEU credits available to NH & AL Administrators, Recreation Therapists, and Activity Professionals.
  11. 10.6.16
    Webinar: Living Each Moment, Hand in Hand
    IMC was honored to present the Webinar: Living Each Moment, Hand-in-Hand to families and professional care providers throughout the United States through the AFA's Care Connections platform. To access a recording of the webinar, visit: https://www.alzfdn.org/AFAServices/careconnection.html to learn more.
  12. 10.26.16
    AFA Concepts in Care Conference
    IMC was honored to co-present with renowned PAC trainer, Melanie Bunn, at the Alzheimer's Foundation of America's Long Island Concepts in Care Conference, held from 10:00 am-3:00 pm at the Melville Marriott Hotel in Melville, NY. Audience members enjoyed an interactive and collaborative experience exploring the science of memory impairment and approaches to creating inspiring connections throughout the journey of dementia. We examined the impact of “brain failure” on the chemicals and structure of the brain and how those changes impact memory, language, behavior and skills. We practiced techniques to interact through strengths-based, positive communication to connect in a meaningful and lasting way. This interactive session offered insight into why people with cognitive impairment do the things they do and how we can change our approaches to develop and support lasting relationships.
  13. 11.1.16
    Inspired Connections Dementia Training
    The Inspired Connections training series at Promenade Senior Living continued with "Planning the Day Together" and "Inspired Dining," CEU credits available to NH & AL Adminsitrators, Rec Therapists, & Activity Professionals.
  14. 12.19.16
    Home for the Holidays: A Care-partner Workshop
    IMC and PSS Circle of Care discussed strategies for self-care and involving individuals with memory impairment in planning, preparing and celebrating a meaningful event with friends and family. In the spirit of the season, Inspired Memory Care gifted participants with free take-home activities to share with a loved one or client with memory impairment.
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