Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA) Introductory and Training Videos with Supplemental Materials

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA).

 

This page includes five videos introducing the CICA, and is followed by two supplemental booklets and a series of four training videos about using the CICA tool in practice.

The first five introductory videos include: CICA Opening, CICA Part 1a & 1b, CICA Part 2, and CICA Part 3. For additional details on the introductory videos, please see below.

Following the introductory videos you will find two supplemental booklets and a series of four training videos:

Booklets: The CICA Guidebook and The CICA Instruction Booklet. The Booklets are intended to complement the training videos. 

Videos: The CICA: English only; The CICA: Anishinaabemwin only; The CICA: English to Anishinaabemwin using a translator; and The CICA: American Sign Language.  

To ensure a comprehensive understanding of the CICA, please follow each video step-by-step as it appears on this page.  

To access the The CICA tool (English), The CICA tool (Anishanaabe with English translation) and The CICA drawings, please complete this form: https://www.i-caare.ca/cica

Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA) Introductory Videos

CICA Opening

Presented by Rosella Kinoshameg

CICA Part 1a: 

Development of the CICA Tool with First Nations Communities on Manitoulin Island

Presented by Dr. Kristen Jacklin

CICA Part 2

Cognition and Dementia

 Presented by Dr. Christopher Patterson

CICA Part 1b: 

Reliability and Validity of the CICA Tool with First Nations Communities on Manitoulin Island

Presented by Dr. Jennifer Walker

CICA Part 3

How to Use the CICA Tool

Presented by Dr. Melissa Blind

​When referencing the CICA introductory videos, please use the following citation format: 

<Insert Last Name, First Initials of Presenter> (Year, Month, Day).  <Insert Name of Video> [Video file]. Retrieved from: www.I-CAARE.ca/CICA-Training

 

For example: 

Jacklin, K. J. (2021, March 17). CICA Part 1a: Development of the CICA Tool with First Nations Communities on Manitoulin Island [Video file]. Retrieved from: www.I-CAARE.ca/CICA-Training

Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA)

Supplemental Materials

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A culturally safe guide to using the CICA

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Instructions on using the CICA materials

Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA)

Training Videos 

When referencing the CICA supplemental materials, please use the following citation format: 

Jacklin, K., Pitawanakwat, K., Blind, M., Warry, W., Walker, J. D., O'Connell, M. E., Smith, K., LoGiudice, D., & Flicker, L. (2019).  Canadian Indigenous Cognitive Assessment (CICA): <Insert Name of Booklet>. Retrieved from: www.I-CAARE.ca/CICATrainingMaterials 

 

When referencing the CICA Training Videos, please use the following citation format: 

<Insert Last Name, First Initials of Presenter> (Year, Month, Day).  <Insert Name of Video> [Video file]. Retrieved from: www.I-CAARE.ca/CICATrainingMaterials