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January 26, 2021 11:00 am

Free Custodial Maintenance Training

January 26, 2021 11:00 am

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Free training that pays you to start a career in Custodial Maintenance NYSARC Train and Earn Are you a young person 16-24 unsure of what future holds and where to begin to take control of it? Do you live in one of NYC boroughs? Is regular school environment not a good fit? Are you looking for something more than just a job? This webinar is for you! Train & Earn is a FREE 16-week is a program developed and funded by the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) for youth ages 16-24 residing in NYC. We will engage you in basic skills training, Career Readiness classes, occupational training, as well as paid internship. We will also coordinate career opportunities after graduation. Our participants are offered to earn certifications in Certified Custodial Maintenance (CMI), and OSHA 10. *Remote learning opportunities, *Free Technology, *Tutoring and *Counseling are offered to the participants enrolled in our program. Train and Earn's team will support you with every step of the way to ensure that you are on the right track!

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January 26, 2021 12:30 pm

Students Thriving in a Virtual World

January 26, 2021 12:30 pm

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Thriving in a Virtual World: Making Video Games and Zoom work for you - Why kids become addicted to video games, what it says about learning, and how it can actually help educators. - What makes virtual instruction effective and how to be a powerful advocate for your child during on-line learning - How to design effective reward systems that will produce a productive and happy household Join author, scientist and educator Dr. Kimberly Berens, Founder of Fit Learning, for this 'not to be missed' webinar. Join author, scientist and educator Dr. Kimberly Berens, Founder of Fit Learning, for this 'not to be missed' webinar.

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January 28, 2021 2:00 pm

Get your High School Diploma & Build a Career

January 28, 2021 2:00 pm

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NYSARC Advance and Earn Are you a young person 16-24 unsure of what future holds and where to begin to take control of it? Do you live in one of NYC boroughs? Is regular school environment not a good fit? This webinar is for you! 10 % of New Yorkers don’t have a High School Diploma and it prevents from making plans to build a career of their dreams. Learn about ways to achieve High School Equivalency Diploma (former GED) and how to start planning for your career with NYSARC Advance and Earn program. Advance & Earn is a FREE 20-weekis a program developed and funded by the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) for youth ages 16-24 residing in NYC. We will engage you in both Academic (TASC prep) and Career Readiness classes as well as coordinate opportunities to learn about work through a PAID internship Experience or weekly Stipend. Our participants are offered to earn certifications in Microsoft Office Suite (MOS), G-Suite, ServSafeFood Handler and Certified Custodial Maintenance (CMI). *Remote learning opportunities, *Free Technology, *Tutoring and *Counseling are offered to the participants enrolled in our program. Once you earn your HSE, we will support you with achieving a certification in Direct Support Professional certification and assist with employment in Human Services Field. Advance and Earn team of Academic Instructors, Case Managers and Social Workers will support you with every step of the way to ensure that you are on the right track! Speakers: Yuliya Khripunkova AHRC NYC Regional Director of Workforce Development Michelle Thomas AHRC NYC Employment Skills Instructor for workforce development

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February 16, 2021 11:00 am

Best Care for Dementia and Alzheimer Diagnosis

February 16, 2021 11:00 am

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Dementia Care: Understanding care options and pro-active planning Cognitive decline or receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is usually not something we plan for in retirement. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many families. What now? Julie Wexler, MPA, will guide you through understanding the disease’s progression, how to deal with the day to day challenges of caring for a loved one with a dementia and what care options are available to ensure the best quality of life for all. Aaron Futterman, Esq. will discuss the importance of expertly written advanced directives and what families can do right now to ensure access to the best possible care. Specific Topics: Alzheimer’s and dementia defined What to expect as the disease progresses What are the options available for care How to find partners in care including support services and the right physicians Advanced directives including POA, HCP, LW, Wills and Trusts Planning for and paying for long term care when there is a dementia diagnosis Special Section: Crisis Covid-19 Planning, how the pandemic should change the conversation Speakers: Aaron E. Futterman Law Partner Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli LLP Julie Wexler Director of Business Development The Bristal Assisted Living

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