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10 Essential Self-Care Tips for Dementia Caregivers
By Erin Harris | Posted on 04.02.2015 | with 2 comments
Caregiving can be physically and emotionally depleting, but there are ways to maintain your health and rejuvenate your spirit.  Read more »
What to Do When Patients Start Screaming At You
By Becky Benishek | Posted on 04.01.2015 | with 0 comments
While blowing off steam can help someone calm down on their own, what do you do when instead of getting calmer, the person gets angrier—and more aggressive?  Read more »
How a 75,000 Visitor/Year ED Lowered Violent Incidents 23% in One Year
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 03.31.2015 | with 0 comments
After a large Texas hospital responded to an increase in violent episodes in their ED with Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training, Chief Nursing Officer Dr. Sally Gillam conducted an observational study to determine its effectiveness.  Read more »
5 Steps to Help Stop Gun Violence at Your Hospital
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 03.31.2015 | with 0 comments
The dramatic rise of active shooter incidents plaguing hospitals in recent years means these facilities need to better prepare for the likelihood of an incident. This article describes five steps that can limit the likelihood of an incident and mitigate the damage if an incident occurs.  Read more »
Design a T-Shirt and Raise Awareness About Ovarian Cancer
By Heather Hansen | Posted on 03.30.2015 | with 0 comments
We're holding a T-shirt design contest for the Laura’s Smile Mile fundraiser, in memory of a wonderful young woman who fought her cancer head on, while maintaining a smile throughout her struggle.  Read more »
Join Us for the Aloha Bowling Autism Awareness Fundraiser!
By Erin Harris | Posted on 03.30.2015 | with 0 comments
Want to be a good friend to a child with autism? Show your support at this fun-filled, family-friendly, Hawaiian-themed event on April 19!  Read more »
What's It Like to Have a Child With Autism?
By Becky Benishek | Posted on 03.26.2015 | with 0 comments
"If you saw her on a good day, you'd maybe think she was a little shy and kooky. You'll never see her on a bad day as she can't leave the house."  Read more »
4 Things My New Puppy Taught Me About Human Behavior
By William Badzmierowski | Posted on 03.25.2015 | with 2 comments
As odd as it might sound, some of the principles we teach at CPI also apply to others in the animal kingdom, including dogs!  Read more »
 How Often Do You Hear Someone With Alzheimer’s Say THIS?
By Erin Harris | Posted on 03.23.2015 | with 0 comments
Retired nurse Cynthia Guzman has Alzheimer's disease—and a remarkable perspective.  Read more »
The Most Important Tool for Police Officers Responding to a Person With Mental Illness
By Robert Rettmann | Posted on 03.18.2015 | with 0 comments
Police work is hard. Often the situation is already getting out of hand by the time the cops are called. And what if a person with mental illness is involved? One simple tool can help, and it's not another piece of equipment to strap to their belt.  Read more »
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