Crisis Prevention Institute Blog

By Terry Vittone | Posted on 04.18.2018 | with 0 comments
Cori Boney and Courtney Wiher explain how Florida’s Marion County School District achieved dramatic reductions in restraint and seclusion through CPI training. Read more »
By Mike Splaine | Posted on 04.13.2018 | with 0 comments
More than a million people with Alzheimer’s live alone in the US. It’s time to come together as a society to make sure that each and every one of them has the support they need. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 04.09.2018 | with 0 comments
Workplaces are critical hubs where otherwise divergent populations intersect—which is why workplace violence prevention isn’t just about your organization, it’s about making a safer and more caring world for all people. Read more »
By Michael Somers III | Posted on 04.05.2018 | with 0 comments
A Master Level Certified Instructor and experienced school psychologist shares a powerful story about the risks of restraint—and how we can keep ourselves and those in our care truly safe and supported during a crisis. Read more »
By Emily Eilers, T.D. Loftus  | Posted on 03.28.2018 | with 0 comments
In human services agencies, building organizational culture with intention is particularly critical because what we model as professionals impacts our clients’ ability to meaningfully cope with the challenges that require our services. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 03.20.2018 | with 0 comments
Children are looking to adults more than ever to take a bold step forward in establishing cultures of caring and safety in their schools. Training cultivates lasting empathy and kindness in the community of the classroom—ultimately leading to a safer and more caring world for all of us. Read more »
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 03.15.2018 | with 0 comments
Julie Hyland of Music & Memory® explains how the program helps people living with cognitive challenges find renewed meaning and connection through the gift of personalized music. Read more »
By Drew deLutio | Posted on 03.14.2018 | with 0 comments
Restorative practices support meaningful cultures of caring in which staff and students can connect, learn, and thrive. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 03.06.2018 | with 0 comments
On-site geriatric-focused education improves staff retention, supports positive outcomes for residents, and is a critical component to readying our culture to support the largest American population of elders yet. Read more »
By Nancy Kupka | Posted on 02.27.2018 | with 0 comments
Advocating for an aging loved one can be challenging, but these simple strategies can help you stay organized and effective as liaison between elders and their care providers. Read more »
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