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CPI's Knowledge Base

Get information for handling issues you face every day, and access strategies that can help you increase safety for yourself and those in your care. Topics include behavior management, crisis prevention, resolving conflict, physical intervention, and trauma-informed care.
Explore a variety of strategies for managing difficult student behavior. Find out how staff training can be a part of the solution to help you bring your focus back to teaching. Topics include classroom management, PBIS, bullying, and school bus safety.
Access information that can help you deal with assaultive, aggressive, and violent patient behavior. Learn how our training programs can help you craft a solution for your facility that allows you to increase safety for yourself, your staff, and your patients and their families.
Learn how our offerings parallel CARF and COA standards. Find out how we can help you align your culture of care with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Joint Commission requirements.
Find out how staff training, cognitive assessment tools, memory care consulting services, and innovative care models can help you increase function, safety, and quality of life for persons with dementia.
Get strategies for communicating with individuals with ASD. Find out how training can help you provide proper support for individuals with differences in sensory processing and cognitive functioning, and how to ensure understanding, positivity, and rapport.
Applied Physical Training
Applied Physical TrainingSM is an advanced program designed to help you teach your staff last-resort physical intervention strategies with a focus on safety for everyone involved in an emergency situation. Read more »
Bullying in Schools—and Beyond
Reduce the epidemic of bullying in schools and beyond with these behavior intervention tips and resources from CPI. Read more »