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How do you build a solid foundation to help students of all #racial#ethnic, and cultural backgrounds thrive? Start with Step 1 right here: 
Here are four powerful ways to challenge the assumptions, biases, and accepted structures of racism and discrimination.
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Do you know a kid who's struggling to make or keep friends? 

These days, it seems younger and younger kids are dealing with adult-sized friendship problems, from emotional drama to fighting. 

Annie Fox says it's because of exposure to mainstream media--but here's how we can fix that: 
Why are people so mean to each other? Annie Fox has the answer—and solutions.
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Did you know that student’s #misbehavior is almost always due to an underdeveloped skill? Behavior analyst and special education Jessica Minahan explores this idea as she helps you decode and deflect problem behavior in the #classroom:
Author, special educator, and behavior analyst Jessica Minahan discusses her book, The Behavior Code, and shares strategies for decoding problematic behavior in K-6 students on Unrestrained, the CPI podcast series.
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Are you seeing more #violent incidents directed toward staff in your hospital? This report from New Zealand found 1148 assaults against #healthcare workers in 2013 alone:
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Is #empathy actually a choice?
It’s not that you can’t feel it. You just don’t want to.
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When you care for others, you give a lot of yourself. It's no wonder you can feel exhausted! How do you stop the burnout? The STEPS Forward initiative for #healthcare pros has solutions:
The AMA is making strides to help reignite professional passion and enhance patient care and physician practices.
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55% of caregivers feel overwhelmed by the amount of care needed by a loved one. How do you feel?
The economic value of the nation’s family caregivers’ unpaid work is an estimated $470 billion a year — an amount about equal to the annual sales of Wal-Mart, the world’s largest company. That’s the top finding from the AARP Public Policy Institute’s new report, “Valuing the Invaluable: 2015 Update.” The survey found that an estimated 40 million U.S. caregivers devote about 37 billion hours to assisting adult relatives or close friends. Get the s...
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Meet Tim Harris. He's a successful business owner, an inspirational speaker, and a social change advocate. He also happens to have #downsyndrome . And you can meet him (and us!) right here: 
Check out the latest support practices and innovations, and don't miss our session on Crisis Intervention Considerations With Preschoolers!
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How many hours does it take to train 748 staff members? Ask Don Wolfe--he just retired from being a CPI Certified Instructor for over 10 years. Click for a very special thank you from us to him!
Don Rolfe, an education specialist in Texas, dedicated his career to helping students succeed.
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"While mom's #dementia is devastatingly sad, there’s a weird and welcome side effect: She’s often more fun to be around." The important lessons caregiver Steve has learned:
It’s hard to watch someone you love slip away. Steve Knopper found out how to make the most of the time remaining.
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What's the first thing you do when faced with an aggressive person? Here's what happened in this #nursing home, and why a new perspective is crucial for everyone's safety: 
When someone threatens harm, the Decision-Making Matrix gives you even more ability to choose the safest intervention and make the best choice.
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Coming to see us in NOLA? As you pack your suitcase, pack these tips too (and don't forget to click on the "soundtrack")! 
Here are the tips you need to make sure you get the most out of our Instructors’ Conference—before, during, and after!   
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education, health care, mental health, Alzheimer's, autism, positive behavior, bullying prevention
Introduction
What We Do: We educate and empower professionals to create safe and respectful work environments, as well as improve function and quality of life for those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
 
How We Do It: We are an international training organization committed to safe behavior management methods that focus on prevention.
 
Where We Work: You'll find us across a range of settings, including schools, libraries, hospitals, care facilities, government agencies, mental and behavioral health settings, and a variety of business environments--wherever we're needed.

Who I Am: Becky B, Social Media Coordinator & Community Manager, hoping to bring awareness of CPI to those who need it most! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and more, and check out our resources in the links below.