Crisis Prevention Institute Blog

By Emily Eilers | Posted on 05.21.2018 | with 0 comments
In the wake of yet another mass shooting, our belief is simple: every person deserves a safe and peaceful world, and each of us can play a part in making that world a reality, because no effort one person might make is too small to matter. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 05.17.2018 | with 0 comments
Review a recent survey by the Making Caring Common Project and the Cartoon Network and glean key feedback from grade schoolers about how they perceive kindness and caring—and how adults can help. Read more »
By Terry Vittone, Emily Eilers | Posted on 05.16.2018 | with 0 comments
Anna Dermenchyan, senior clinical quality specialist at UCLA Health, talks about what nurses can do to avoid workplace violence while fulfilling obligations to abusive patients. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 05.04.2018 | with 0 comments
Hear from school staff around the country about what CPI training means to them—and uncover ways to improve school climate with a culture of caring and safety that includes every staff member and every student. Read more »
By Sharon Host | Posted on 04.27.2018 | with 0 comments
Person-centered care is no longer simply a best practice. It’s now a mandate to learn the life stories of the individuals in acute, post-acute, and long-term care settings—which means that positive outcomes are now more possible than ever. Read more »
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 04.25.2018 | with 0 comments
Lexie Dryden of Autism SA (South Australia) explains their history and mission and why CPI training has become central to the org’s policies, procedures, and culture. Read more »
By Emily Eilers | Posted on 04.24.2018 | with 0 comments
Educators engage directly with the next generation of citizens—so why aren’t we empowering them to do the best job they can, in the safest way possible? Read more »
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 »
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