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Restraint Reduction: Leadership and External Influences
By Mark Gorman | Posted on 11.20.2013 | with 0 comments
This is a key element in the formula for restraint reduction. It can benefit businesses financially because without good treatment, customers disperse. However, the incentives for organisations to do this are much more than merely commercial. The pressure tends to come from external influencers, and I sense, or hope in any case, that we are appr...  Read more »
By Cassy Dencker | Posted on 11.15.2013 | with 0 comments
We go out of our way to “Share” and “Like” images on various social media platforms to stand up for victims of bullying who are children, but how do we respond when the victim is a professional athlete, millionaire, or movie star? It’s time to change our perception and remember that bullying and harassment can happe...  Read more »
Patient Safety and Staff Safety: Inherently Intertwined
By Kendra Stea | Posted on 11.13.2013 | with 0 comments
Many people would say that workplace violence is when someone comes into your workplace and perpetrates violence – the kind of incident that makes headline news. But when we talk about finding real solutions, we tend to lose sight of the violence that nursing staff, security, and other hospital employees deal with daily.  Read more »
Lights, Camera, Action!
By Tony Jace | Posted on 11.06.2013 | with 0 comments
I recently had the opportunity to be part of a video that takes a lighthearted look at what a typical day is like at CPI.  Read more »
Six Key Restraint Reduction Strategies for Your Organisation
By Mark Gorman | Posted on 10.31.2013 | with 0 comments
Restraint reduction has been in the news a lot here in the UK. While we obviously do train people in restraint techniques, our focus has always been on prevention, with use of safe, non-harmful physical intervention only as a last resort.  Read more »
Create the Just-Right Challenge for National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 10.31.2013 | with 0 comments
There are millions of people afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, and there will be millions more. Our goal is simple: We must work together to stop the suffering and stigma.  Read more »
Act Now to Make Your Workplace Safer
By Kendra Stea | Posted on 10.15.2013 | with 0 comments
The time is now to act on the more and more widely accepted premise that safety is everyone’s responsibility. Daily I still encounter organizations that are not providing the training and resources to their employees to recognize the early warning signs of potential violence, or the skills to safely manage assaultive or disruptive behavior...  Read more »
Mental Illness and Workplace Violence
By Raquelle Solon | Posted on 10.07.2013 | with 0 comments
We’re introducing a new Topic Module called Challenged by Mental Illness at Work. Its goals are to help you raise awareness about mental illness and build strategies for managing the challenges of mental illness in the workplace.  Read more »
5 Things You Might Not Know About Crisis Intervention
By Dan Lonigro | Posted on 10.04.2013 | with 2 comments
Sometimes people overthink the idea of behavior management or have the perception that you need an advanced degree to understand the skills. Nothing could be further from the truth. What we present in our courses are basic, universal communication skills that just about anyone can learn in a couple of days.  Read more »
New PBIS Films: Generating Discussions
By Pam Sikorski | Posted on 09.24.2013 | with 0 comments
Dan Habib’s documentary film project, Who Cares About Kelsey?, teaches some powerful lessons about culture change and behavior management.  Read more »
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