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Employee Debriefing Strategies
By William Badzmierowski | Posted on 03.26.2013 | with 2 comments
Debriefing employees after crisis events has been a sensitive, controversial, and widely debated practice for over a decade. It is important to differentiate CPI’s post-crisis debriefing model from other valid and valuable models.  Read more »
CPI Receives ISA’s Business of the Year Award
By Tony Jace | Posted on 03.26.2013 | with 2 comments
I’m honored that CPI was recently presented with ISA’s 2013 Business of the Year award for consistently outperforming in the training industry in terms of quality, revenue, growth, and recognition. In short, for exemplifying all the success that ISA members aspire to!  Read more »
Help, Hope, and Support: What We Must Do Now to Help the Millions Living With Alzheimer’s
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 03.21.2013 | with 0 comments
It’s important that we as a society center our efforts on more than just research. A coordinated effort must include enveloping the millions of people living with Alzheimer’s/dementia today with the help and guidance of occupational therapists, nurses, and other health professionals who have specialized dementia management skills.  Read more »
Provision Living: Raising the Standard for Memory Care
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 03.18.2013 | with 1 comments
Check out this video with Maureen Rodgers of Provision Living. I’m happy that Provision Living is pursuing our Distinguished Provider recognition for all their communities. As Maureen says, this professional acknowledgment is a symbol of each community’s commitment to deepening their skills, their training, and their passion for deli...  Read more »
ACT Now to Attend the 2013 Instructors’ Conference: Training Customization!
By Tony Jace | Posted on 03.15.2013 | with 4 comments
I’m looking forward to seeing you at our Conference this July, where we’ll help you Adapt, Customize, and Tailor your Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® trainings to address your team’s specific issues.  Read more »
The Tribe Has Spoken
By Greg Haag | Posted on 03.15.2013 | with 0 comments
A recent episode of the TV show Survivor is making quite the buzz. No, the latest winner wasn’t announced. It’s because one of the contestants had an angry outburst that has viewers talking, and in some cases laughing, about what happened. This type of behavior may be funny on TV, but it ain’t so funny when it’s happening...  Read more »
Breaking the Stigma Associated With Mental Illness
By Kendra Stea | Posted on 02.27.2013 | with 2 comments
I wonder when we can reach parity in treating mental health and physical health in the same way. There are many “silent” physical illnesses and we strive not to judge individuals living with diabetes, chronic pain, lupus, heart disease, epilepsy, etc. But what about bipolar disorder, or PTSD, or addiction, or depression, or schizophr...  Read more »
Don’t Take It Personally
By Cassy Dencker | Posted on 02.27.2013 | with 6 comments
Have you been on the receiving end of someone’s insolent behavior? How did you feel during and after the hostility? Hurt, upset, confused, mad? Get tips for rationally detaching when you’re faced with rude or insulting behavior.  Read more »
Increasing Access to Care for Vulnerable Patients
By Mark Gorman | Posted on 02.26.2013 | with 1 comments
Through our UK merger with Positive Options, we devised a training programme, CH-3SM Skills for Clinical Holding, which gives staff the knowledge to address issues of risk and skills to hold patients safely whilst procedures are performed.  Read more »
Follow Your Heart to Raise the Standard for Memory Care!
By Kim Warchol | Posted on 02.26.2013 | with 1 comments
I’m proud and excited to share an awesome infographic that beautifully conveys our message of caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s with passion and heart. Please share this infographic to show your support for raising the standard for memory care!  Read more »
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