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digital citizenship
By Diana Graber | Posted on 11.17.2015 | with 0 comments
Sexting. Cyberbullying. Kids' brains aren't always in sync with their technological know-how. But these 5 digital citizenship conversation starters can get them thinking about their digital footprint.  Read more »
How to Manage Combative Alzheimer's Behavior Without Drugs
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 11.16.2015 | with 1 comments
How can you prevent Mr. Smith from acting out violently during showers? Use this protocol to discover WHY he gets violent—and to plan your interventions.  Read more »
A Car Almost Hit Me, and I Realized THIS
By Lesley Rynders | Posted on 11.12.2015 | with 1 comments
I grumbled to myself about how people are careless jerks...until I remembered that we all are, sometimes—but there's a way for us not to be.  Read more »
How to Establish Dementia Care Best Practices and Why They Matter
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 11.10.2015 | with 0 comments
Want to be a leader in memory care? These principles will help you exceed industry standards, optimize every resident’s quality of life, strengthen your staff’s skills, and support family members.  Read more »
Research Scientist Dr. Dorothy Espelage Explains Five School Bullying Misperceptions
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 11.10.2015 | with 0 comments
Research scientist and educational psychologist Dr. Dorothy Espelage helps to raise awareness about the realities of school bullying by examining five common misperceptions, quoted from the CPI podcast series, Unrestrained.   Read more »
How Therapeutic Writing Can Help Crisis Workers
By Laurie Barkin | Posted on 11.09.2015 | with 3 comments
Each day as a psych liaison nurse, I was exposed to other people’s pain and suffering. One night, unable to sleep, I discovered what would help me process my feelings about each tragedy.  Read more »
Don't Let Your School Face Restraint Lawsuits
By Gary Weber | Posted on 11.04.2015 | with 1 comments
How does your school measure up? It’s not too late to do a check-up, and make improvements where needed. Policies and procedures are a start—but you need more than that.  Read more »
Top 5 Tips for Preventing Falls for Seniors
By Vince Baiera | Posted on 11.03.2015 | with 0 comments
Try these five simple steps to reduce the chance of a patient falling.  Read more »
Take off the Cape: The Dual Role of Care Partner and Loved One Can Be Too Much, Even for a Superhero
By Eric Worley | Posted on 11.02.2015 | with 0 comments
Asking for help when you're a caregiver is not only expected, it's in everyone's best interest. Because you can’t properly help someone else unless you take care of yourself too.  Read more »
College Credit Now Available for Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Instructors
By Randy Boardman | Posted on 11.02.2015 | with 0 comments
All Certified Instructors can now apply for undergraduate or graduate college credits through Augustana University of South Dakota!  Read more »
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