November Newsletter 2020

 

Professional Development Opportunities

November 2020

NCC NEWS AND UPDATES

We had an exciting October with new programs for warriors and families including warrior-led workshops, art and music therapy sessions, and our first Independence Program Open Mic event. We will continue to offer sessions throughout the next two months – please encourage your warriors to attend! CSS are welcome to join in as part of their sessions with warriors or incorporate recordings of these events into sessions.

As a reminder, we also have recordings of our Virtual CSS webinar series on our website, including the last two ‘Virtual CSS Sessions reboot’ where CSS offered suggestions for adding energy and new ideas into virtual sessions. Recordings can be found: https://neurocc.com/virtual-services/ (Password: Virtu@lServ1ces!)

We look forward to sharing resources and trainings with you each month. If you have a resource that may be beneficial to all of our agencies, please contact Jenny Abramson 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, November 4: Service Member to Veteran: Transitions and Transitions of Military Women 
Presented by the Military Families Learning Network
11am EST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Wednesday, November 4: Addiction, Barriers, and Recovery Resources
Presented by the Brain Injury Association of America
3pm EST. $50. Details and registration found here.

Thursday, November 5: How Hospice and Palliative Care can Support Military Families
Presented by TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing
12pm EST. Free. Details and registration found here.

Tuesday, November 10: Neuromodulation in TBI Neurorehabilitation
Presented by the Brain Injury Association of America
4pm EST. $50. Details and registration found here.

Tuesday, November 17: Forging Ahead: BIANC 2020 Virtual Conference
Presented by the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina
8:30am EST. Free. Details and registration found here.

Wednesday, November 18: Health Disparities: Asking the Right Questions to Spark System Change in a COVID-19 World
Presented by The American Society on Aging
10am PST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Wednesday, November 18: Opioids and Brain Injury – Part 2: Building and Leveraging Partnerships with Providers
Presented by the National Association of State Head Administrators
12pm EST. Details and registration found here. 

Thursday, November 19: Maintaining Services And Supports For People Living With Dementia And Their Caregivers During COVID-19
Presented by The American Society on Aging
11am PST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Thursday, November 19: In an Instant: A Caregiver’s Journey of Injury, Recovery and Resilience 
Presented by the Military Families Learning Network
11am EST. CEUs available. Free.
Details and registration found here.

Thursday, November 19: Creating New Holiday Traditions While Honoring the Past
Presented by TAPS Institute for Hope and Healing
12pm EST. Free. Details and registration found here.

November/December: Uniting The Brain Injury Community Virtual Webinar Series
Presented by the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
Various dates. Free – $50. Details and registration found here.

Resource Recommendation:
VirtualSpeech

VirtualSpeech’s mission is to change soft skills training from passive listening to active practice. Our VR training helps people improve presentation skills, public speaking, networking, communication and other essential skills. For more details on their program, visit their website at: https://virtualspeech.com/

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