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Dementia Care Specialists Training Articles
The Dementia Care Specialists Article Library is a collection of articles on topics ranging from research and assessment to tips, behavior management strategies, business development, and more.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training Articles
The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training Article Library is an assortment of useful articles on a variety of topics.

Prepare Training® Articles
The Prepare Training® Article Library contains valuable tips and information specific to this training program, based the program’s core philosophy of Respect, Service, and Safety at Work®.






"A Review of the Scientific Literature Related to the Adverse Impact of Physical Restraint"
Deaths occurring during and/or in close proximity to physical restraint have been attributed to positional asphyxia.

"Code Red?" What's That?
During stressful situations, school teachers and administrators might not be able to effectively use codes. This Campus Safety article explores the effectiveness of codes as life-saving tools in emergencies.

"Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2011"
The National Center for Education Statistics recently released the 2011 numbers for school crime and safety. The annual report examines crime occurring in school as well as on the way to and from school.

"What Doctors Are Telling Us Even When They’re Not Talking"
The New York Times examines how doctors communicate nonverbally (and paraverbally) with patients.

10 Ways to Enhance Relationships and Communication for Individuals With Special Needs
When others do not communicate with us on par with the manner with which we've become accustomed, we may lose patience, become bored or distracted, or dismiss their communication attempts altogether. This may be especially true of those challenged in articulating language such as small children, the elderly, and those with a neurological difference resulting from stroke, Tourette's, Alzheimer's, Cerebral Palsy or autism.

10 Ways to Help Reduce Bullying in Schools
School Bullying: With beatings, death threats, and 24-hour harassment via technology, bullying has become a dangerous, life-threatening epidemic.

2012 Will Be Year of the Peer
Determined peers can accomplish, or help other peers to accomplish, truly remarkable acts of courage and recovery.

A $42 Million Gift Aims at Improving Bedside Manner
The University of Chicago Medical Center will use a $42 million gift to establish an institute aimed at improving doctor–patient relationships.

A Community Approach to School Safety
This school's "takes a village" approach along with Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training has helped reduce behavioral issues drastically.

A Therapeutic Approach to Preventing Self-Harm
More patient-centered designs in behavioral health treatment environments can have a positive effect on a patient's self-perception, sense of well-being, and healing.

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