Beth Abraham Health Services Volunteer Supervisor Genia Collins was recognized in the Bronx Times Reporter for receiving the 2011 Employee of Distinction Award from LeadingAge New York.
Dr. Concetta Tomaino, Institute for Music and Neurologic Function (IMNF) Executive Director/Co-Founder, and former IMNF patient Carey Gordon were featured in a November 29, 2011 article about music therapy in USA Today.
The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation got six minutes of air time in a special segment, “Rehab for the Elderly: Healthbeat Brooklyn,” on Brooklyn Independent Television. The feature program shows the rehabilitation technology used by the center and includes interviews with staff and patients.
The Institute for Music and Neurologic Function's Dr. Concetta Tomaino and music therapist Tania Papayannopoulou were featured in a CBS Early Show segment on Oct. 10 about how familiar tunes bring aid and comfort to patients. In the segment, "Music Therapy Hitting Right Notes with Patients," Dr. Tomaino talked about how music therapy relates to the brain and helps with recall, and Papayannopoulou led a session with Alzheimer's patients.
CCM's Grand Street location and COO Joseph Healy got a coveted mention in one of the world's most respected current affairs publications. In an article about the impact of upcoming changes in Medicaid, CCM was used as an example of a managed care program that's keeping people active and providing good care at a low cost.