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Let's Help People With Dementia to Thrive!
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 07.26.2012 | with 0 comments
Check out my first video blog, which is the first in a flurry of “vlogs” to come—and share it with those you know who, like me and you, are dedicated to creating a dementia-capable society—a society that is adept at helping people with dementia to not suffer, but to thrive. A society in whi...  Read more »
Calling for Perspective in the Face of Today’s Colorado Tragedy
By William Badzmierowski | Posted on 07.20.2012 | with 4 comments
Dealing with painful emotions can often be a matter of shifting perspective. We offer the following tips for anyone attempting to maintain perspective following the tragedy in Colorado.  Read more »
Applying PBIS to Decrease Bullying
By Gary Weber | Posted on 07.20.2012 | with 3 comments
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) provides us with an effective model for reducing challenging behaviors, including bullying. CPI Global Professional Instructor Gary Weber discusses the roles that functional behavioral assessments and PBIS strategies can play in addressing bullying behavior, and provides additional reso...  Read more »
CPI Congratulates SAMHSA on 20 Years of Progress in the Behavioral Health Field
By Tony Jace | Posted on 07.20.2012 | with 2 comments
This summer, SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, is celebrating two decades of dedication to progress in the behavioral health field. Please join me in congratulating SAMHSA on twenty years of advancing hope and well-bring—and wishing the organization much success in furthering its achievements in t...  Read more »
Just Because
By Mark Gorman | Posted on 07.13.2012 | with 0 comments
I walked into our town centre at lunchtime to pick up some delicious, nutritious items for lunch (as I ought to at my age) and chuckled and smiled on the way back as a young child of four or five ran along, skipping, jumping, waving arms frantically, and smiling madly—doing something just because it was fun.  Read more »