January 2021 Newsletter

 

 

Professional Development Opportunities

January 2021

NCC NEWS AND UPDATES

Happy New Year to all of our partners!

We will be continuing to offer programs through our Virtual Independence Program (VIP) throughout the next 4 months. These programs will include caregiver and warrior-specific programs, as well as art and writing therapies open to all participants in the Independence Program. In addition, our warriors will be leading workshops each month on a topic of their choice. This past Fall, several warriors led workshops with support from their CSS on topics including nutrition, poetry, painting, cooking, and more. Please encourage your warriors to attend or even facilitate an upcoming event! If you have any questions about VIP offerings, reach out to your Case Manager or contact Jenny at Jabramson@neurocc.com

TBI / Veteran Related Trainings

**Please note these trainings are aimed at increasing your professional development, but are not required by NCC. Therefore, the registration fee and time spent participating in these external webinars may not be billed to NCC.   

Wednesday, January 6: Prepare To Care: Creating An Aging Roadmap
Presented by The American Society on Aging
10am PST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Wednesday, January 13: Accommodating Brain Injury in Vulnerable and At-Risk Populations
Presented by the Center on Brain Injury Research and Training
12pm PST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Wednesday, January 13: Reaching Socially Isolated People Living With Dementia
Presented by The American Society on Aging
12pm PST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Wednesday, January 20: Intentional Inclusion for People with Disabilities – A New Year’s Resolution
Presented by the Military Families Learning Network
11am EST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Tuesday, January 26: Ethical Considerations During Challenging Times
Presented by the Military Families Learning Network
11am EST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Thursday, January 28: Mindfulness as Your Superpower
Presented by TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing
12pm EST. Free. Details and registration found here.

Friday, January 29: Dealing With Difficult Family Situations 
Presented by the NeuroRestorative’s Neuro Institute
12pm EST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

January 2021: Uniting The Brain Injury Community Virtual Webinar Series
Presented by the BRAINCARE and Encompass Health
Various dates. Free – $50. Details and registration found here.

Resource Recommendation:
Creative Forces

Creative Forces seeks to improve the health, wellness and quality of life of trauma exposed military service members and veterans, as well as their families and caregivers, by increasing knowledge of and access to clinical creative arts therapies and community arts engagement.

For more details, visit their website at: https://www.creativeforcesnrc.arts.gov/what-we-do

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