March 10, 2016
To the outside world, the man yelling at the air as he moved from straight line to straight line along his route – becoming paralyzed and throwing a fit when the lines stopped – was a nuisance. Police should remove him, callers complained.
To Dan Crampton, an instructor for Mental Health First Aid Training, the man was in need. Recognizing the signs of a mental illness, Crampton helped the man find another safe line to follow and allowed him Read More
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