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Top 10 Resources for Crisis Prevention
By Erin Harris | Posted on 12.21.2015 | with 2 comments
Do you face serious problems at work that seem like they can't be reduced? Check out our most popular resources of 2015 to help you prevent harm and increase safety.  Read more »
dementia stages
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 12.21.2015 | with 0 comments
Here are 5 of many ways that identifying someone's dementia stage can guide you through the care journey.  Read more »
How to Talk a Student Down From Violence
By Erin Harris | Posted on 12.18.2015 | with 4 comments
A 10-year-old boy is threatening to kill everyone in the room. What this school safety assistant does next might surprise you, and it prevents everyone from getting hurt.    Read more »
Making Wisconsin a Dementia Capable State
By Nicholas Tendler | Posted on 12.15.2015 | with 0 comments
As advocates for people with dementia, their families, and their care partners, we were invited to give expert testimony to a legislative task force on Alzheimer’s and dementia.  Read more »
Tips for Happy Holidays When Your Loved One Has Dementia
By Stephanie Wrate | Posted on 12.15.2015 | with 1 comments
My grandma was in low spirits at Thanksgiving, until I engaged her in a way that my family thought was magical. But anyone can do this!   Read more »
Learn How to Design a Dementia-Friendly Living Space
By Sharon Host | Posted on 12.11.2015 | with 0 comments
If you’re ready to raise the standard for memory care, this is where to start. Join me at the Environments for Aging Conference this April!  Read more »
How Our Training Model Improves Staff Retention and Client Outcomes
By Ann M. McCreedy | Posted on 12.10.2015 | with 1 comments
Our co-creative model improves staff satisfaction and empowers our clients to be part of the solution to the many traumas they face.  Read more »
Kansas School District Accepts Rachel’s Challenge to Reduce Bullying
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 12.10.2015 | with 0 comments
When a Kansas school district needed to decide how to spend charitable funds donated by the local Rotary Club, one principal suggested a bullying reduction program that could benefit all students.   Read more »
How We De-Escalate Aggressive Individuals in Our Healthcare Setting
By James Spoerl | Posted on 12.10.2015 | with 10 comments
Trouble calls can turn into stand-offs, with an excited person holding staff at bay. Here are the steps I’ve learned from years of settling situations as a security captain in our psychiatric facility.    Read more »
A Doctor Told Us to Lower Our Expectations for Our Son With Special Needs. Here's What Happened Next.
By Becky Benishek, Terry Vittone | Posted on 12.07.2015 | with 2 comments
Mark and Margaret were shocked when their son’s doctor told them to “lower their expectations” just because he had autism. That’s why they created this innovative program to celebrate special gifts.    Read more »
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