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The Power of Long-Term Memory (Part II)
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 05.02.2014 | with 0 comments
Sometimes something as simple as going swimming can reawaken memories and recharge the spirit.  Read more »
Take This Challenge to Prevent Violence
By Kendra Stea | Posted on 05.02.2014 | with 2 comments
As we go from Workplace Violence Awareness Month to Mental Health Month, let’s all take this challenge.  Read more »
Favorite Group Activities For Persons With Dementia
By Becky Benishek | Posted on 05.01.2014 | with 2 comments
When you’re a caregiver, how do you keep things interesting for your loved one or client?  Read more »
How to Get Helpful Apps for Autism
By Tina Werderman | Posted on 04.28.2014 | with 0 comments
How can you find the right app for the right task without getting lost in a sea of technology?  Read more »
CPI’s Winning Team
By Tony Jace | Posted on 04.25.2014 | with 0 comments
CPI has added the CPI App and StealthWearTM Active AideTM protective clothing to our winning team.  Read more »
Trigger Words vs. Offensive Content
By Robert Rettmann | Posted on 04.25.2014 | with 0 comments
If you haven’t felt the emotional flooding that comes when a trigger conjures up a traumatic memory, you may not fully understand why trigger warnings are necessary.  Read more »
Are Scientists Closer to an Alzheimer’s Cure?
By Becky Benishek | Posted on 04.23.2014 | with 0 comments
A rare genetic mutation that triggers Early Onset Alzheimer’s may lead to a breakthrough in treatment and prevention.  Read more »
Can Guns Prevent Workplace Violence?
By Kendra Stea | Posted on 04.21.2014 | with 0 comments
“I think you should take the program up a notch,” someone said. “How so?” I asked. “Add guns.” “Huh,” I thought to myself. I don't think that'll work given the nonviolent aspect of our training program.  Read more »
Why Memory Care Must Be Flexible
By Erin Harris | Posted on 04.15.2014 | with 0 comments
“People with Alzheimer’s don’t conform," says Tom Hlavacek. "If you try to put them into an environment where they’re expected to conform and remember rules, it’s just not going to work." Find out what goes into creating a flexible memory care environment.  Read more »
Inspiration & Innovation at the 2014 CEC Convention and Expo
By Pam Sikorski | Posted on 04.15.2014 | with 0 comments
More than 4,500 special educators provided us with a wealth of knowledge and opportunities to learn from their successes.  Read more »
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