The Helio Health Training Institute is an approved OASAS provider for the CASAC 350 Hour Certification Training. It will take approximately 18 months to complete all 4 sections of the required coursework.
Session 1: 1/10/19 – 4/18/19
Session 2: 5/7/19 11/14/19
Session 3: 12/3/19 – 3/3/20
Session 4: 3/24/20 – 5/19/20
For more information or to register for the course, please contact Jessica Krohn at (607) 296-3072 x2039 or email@example.com.
Learn breathing techniques proven to relieve stress and improve mood and mental focus. These benefits have been enjoyed by thousands of adults and children worldwide, health-care practitioners, yoga teachers, military veterans, and individuals with PTSD, anxiety, depression, ADD, cancer, and other medical conditions. Many people who have practiced these techniques say they have been transformed, and that they never would have imagined something so simple could be so powerful and helpful. This program fulfills the prerequisite for Breath-Body-Mind Teacher Training Level-I.
Through movement, breathing, and relaxation techniques, you learn to:
Increase your stress resilience and renew your energy.
Increase lung capacity, oxygenation, and cardio-respiratory health
Connect to your inner self and others
Improve relationships and empathic abilities
Note: Tuition includes a manual and the Breath-Body-Mind Level-1 Practice CD.
Dress in casual layers and eat lightly before opening night. Please do not wear perfume.
Recommended reading and listening Richard P. Brown and Patricia Gerbarg,
The Healing Power of the Breath book and CD set or E-book on Amazon.com
Information & Registration: Martha Benedict 607-425-8432 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Registration Brochure PDF and more information: http://www.crowcalls-chickadeescircle.com/event/breathbodymind-conference/
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
CDSMP Peer Leader Training 2019
Master Trainers: Mary Maruscak Rural Health Network of SCNY & Cheryl Henninger Gerould’s Health Care
Broome County Health Department
225 Front St. Binghamton, NY 13905
Monday, March 25 & Tuesday, March 26
Monday, April 1 & Tuesday, April 2
9:00 a.m.— 4:30 p.m.
All four sessions are required!
CDSMP Peer Leaders: Certified teams of two staff/volunteers conduct 6 week, 2.5 hour sessions for
1 or more CDSMP groups each year
Adults with chronic conditions
Professional health care team
Family member of child with condition
Mild to Moderate Depression
Support Self-Management Goals:
Accessing healthy foods
Reading labels and nutrition guide- lines
Improving physical activity
Reducing pain and stress
Promoting coping and relaxation
Adhering to medications
Communicating with providers
Supported by New York Staff Office for Aging, New York State Office of Rural Health , Care Compass Network. Living Healthy: Regional implementation CDSMP Chronic Disease Self-Management Program © 2016 Patient Education Research Center, Stanford University
Street Drugs and Driving, What You Need to Know …
A comprehensive review of the latest information and trends regarding alcohol and drug abuse in the United States
Presented by LYNN RIEMER
The NYS STOP-DWI Foundation, Inc., through funding from the NYS Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee, is pleased to sponsor regional trainings to benefit local STOP-DWI efforts in New York State. This seminar is free of charge and designed to assist police, prosecution, education, prevention, probation and treatment professionals prevent impaired driving.
Street Drugs and Driving, What You Need to Know. As legal marijuana spreads and the opioid epidemic rages on, the number of drugged drivers killed in car crashes is rising dramatically. Because of this, NHTSA is making the drug-impaired-driving problem a top national priority. Since recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado, marijuana related traffic deaths increased 151% while all Colorado traffic deaths increased 35%. This workshop will provide valuable training to help identify legal and illicit substances of abuse, how they are used, the effect of illicit drugs on the user, traffic safety data, the connection between drugs and impaired driving, and provide an understanding of how drug use affects all of us.
Lynn Riemer Founder and President of ACT on Drugs, Inc., a Non-Profit organization, provides local, regional and national substance abuse education for professionals about addictive and psychoactive substances, both legal and illegal, which are available in their community. Lynn is also an Adjunct Professor with the School of Nursing, University of Northern Colorado and served with DEA and on the Denver North Metro Drug Task Force.
Care Compass Network (CCN) is offering value-based payment educational training to partners on the key provider performance metrics to support development of appropriate dashboards and reports for management. This session will help you determine what data is readily available to account for risk factors and the challenges you may face. It was also cover how analytics can be used to identify opportunities so providers can improve their own performance.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
In 2018, New York State became the first state in the country to become part of the AARP Age-Friendly Network. As New York continues to lead the way, the HealthlinkNY Community Network is offering a series of free workshops for local municipalities interested in learning more about becoming an AARP Age-Friendly Community. Through this series, local municipalities and their interested partners will learn more about planning to become an Age-Friendly Community and will hear from other communities and content experts on how to make communities livable for people of all ages.
This session will focus on the Domains of Transportation, Civic Participation and Employment. Participants will learn about innovative transportation models and ways to promote resident engagement and employment . Parking and lunch is provided at no charge to participants.