By Kacy Mixon, M.S., LMFTPartnering with Victims:[Flickr, Solving Jigsaw Puzzle by Yoel Ben-Avraham,CC BY-ND 2.0] Retrieved on September 17, 2015When professionals working with domestic violence populations send messages that communicate both concern and respect, it can make a big difference in building trust and providing validation. Creating a partnership for safety reduces victim isolation and may also reduce victims’ feelings of powerlessness and anxiety. The chart below highlights strategies that professionals can suggest to develop partnerships with victims by promoting increased support, awareness, and self-care .Smith, L.B., Mixon, K.A. (2013). Unit 3: Safety. Family Centered Treatment: Domestic Violence Training. [Online curriculum].Partnering with the Community:It is Department of Defense policy to:“Provide for the safety of victims, hold abusers appropriately accountable for their behavior; and coordinate the response to domestic abuse with the local community.” Community coordinated responses are a way to prioritize the safety and welfare of victims and children experiencing domestic violence. Outlined in DoD instructions are military protocol connected to the prevention and responses to domestic violence. The protocol that military personnel (Commanders, Victims Advocates, etc.) adhere to have a vital role in creating partnerships with the military and civilian community. Nearly three quarters of military families live off-base . The chart below shows active participants that aid in community partnerships.Department of Defense. (2011). Domestic Violence Involving DoD Military and Certain Affiliated Personnel. Retrieved on July 14, 2013 from: http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/640006p.pdf. (p. 2)References Department of Defense. (2011). Domestic Violence Involving DoD Military and Certain Affiliated Personnel. Retrieved on July 14, 2013 from: http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/640006p.pdf. (p. 2) Smith, L.B., Mixon, K.A. (2013). Unit 3: Safety. Family Centered Treatment: Domestic Violence Training. [Online curriculum]. Cronk, T.M. (2013). Family resources must Connect with Communities, Official Says. American Forces Press Service, U.S. Department of Defense. Retrived on July 20, 2013.This post was written by Kacy Mixon, M.S., LMFT, Social Media Specialist. She is a member of the MFLN Family Development (FD) team which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn.
Watch as the MFLN FD Early Intervention team discusses a resource from their recent webinar on August 6, 2015. You can access the webinar recording and additional resources, here.Transcript:“Hi everyone my name is Kimberly Hile and I am with the Family Development Early Intervention team and I was also one of the presenters for last week’s webinar that we put on, Promoting Positive Relationships.So one of the conversations that we had during the webinar was based on this resource that’s on the additional resource list that we shared with you, What Grown-Ups Understand About Child Development. And what came out of this was that a lot of adults don’t understand that young children as young as four months can demonstrate some symptoms of depression. So we talked about that and had a great question from one of our participants about what some of those symptoms might look like, how might a child display that they are suffering from depression.So we talked about how some of those might be exhibiting withdrawal symptoms, so perhaps not wanting to be as interactive with their caregiver as they once were. Perhaps there could be some disruptions with eating or with sleeping. So perhaps a child who was sleeping through the night is now up frequently. Some things like that. We just wanted to share that a little bit and again point back to this resource. It’s got some really good information that I think you would like to pick through.For those of you who did participate in the webinar last week we want to say thank you again. For those of you that weren’t able to on that date, the recording is up on the website so please feel free to go and watch that. And depending on what state you live in you might even be able to get some credit for that for your credentialing or your licensure.So again we want to thank you for your support. If you have any questions that you would like us to cover, please feel free to go to the website, where there’s a place you can type those in and we’ll respond as we can. Also, don’t forget to check out our Facebook site, our Twitter site, there are lots of other blogs and resources so we really want to make sure we’re getting you the information that you need. Thanks again we really appreciate your support.”This video content belongs to the Military Families Learning Network Family Development Early Intervention team.This post was written by Robyn DiPietro-Wells & Michaelene Ostrosky, PhD, members of the MFLN FD Early Intervention team, which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn.
Kolkata: In a significant stride to prevent air pollution, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) is taking strong measures to prevent piling up of construction material on roads and footpaths across the city.Municipal Commissioner Khalil Ahmed has directed the Director General (Building) to take up regular drives against illegal stacking of building material on roads and footpaths. He has further instructed him to take legal action against the defaulters with the help of Licence department, Solid Waste Management department, borough executive engineers and local police stations. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”A number of complaints regarding illegal stacking of construction material on roads and footpaths causing harassment to general public and pedestrians have reached the office of the Commissioner and the Mayor. The National Green Tribunal has prodded the administration to take strong measures against defaulters. This has contributed to the civic body taking serious measures to address the issue,” a senior KMC official said. The Commissioner has also directed DG (Building) to submit action taken report against offenders to the Mayor and his office from time to time. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayIt may be mentioned that as per directions of West Bengal Pollution Control Board with regards to air pollution, KMC is keeping watch to ensure that all construction material meant for road, building or similar purposes are transported in covered condition. “We are trying to ensure that no construction material is left uncovered at roadside and the construction area is wrapped in geotextile fabric. Other actions as appropriate for the location are also being undertaken to prevent pollution due to building material. Sprinkling of water prior to levelling or any other earth movement activities is needed to keep the soil moist throughout the process,” the official added. The civic body is also taking steps to dispose debris from the construction site at the earliest, in consultation with the local authority following proper environmental management practices. “We also issue notices to owners of construction sites in different boroughs to maintain environmental norms. Follow-up action like stop work notice has been issued to different construction sites in the recent past,” the official added.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — An evacuation order has been downgraded to an alert as crews in north-central British Columbia make progress battling a significant wildfire.The blaze broke out Saturday near the community of Lejac, about five kilometres east of Fraser Lake, and flames had scorched more than two square kilometres of bush within hours.Quick work by the BC Wildfire Service means the fire is now classed as held, meaning it’s not expected to grow.Efforts are underway to fully contain it while the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako has rescinded the state of emergency declared Saturday.The blaze was one of several sparked over the weekend, including a nine-hectare fire in northeastern B.C., about 30 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John.The wildfire service website says that blaze, spotted Saturday in the Coffee Creek subdivision outside Charlie Lake, has been completely contained and a cause is under investigation.Road closures are possible east of Kamloops as an out-of-control wildfire has charred about 19 hectares after breaking out Sunday, but no structures are immediately threatened by the suspected human-caused fire.The fire danger rating across most of B.C. is now listed at moderate to high, but it has already climbed to extreme in several pockets of the central and eastern Interior.A recent heat wave dried out much of the province but Environment Canada is calling for cooler temperatures and showers this week.The Canadian Press
AC Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso has confirmed that he intends to retain both Andre Silva and Nikola Kalinic for next seasonSilva joined the Rossoneri last summer from FC Porto in a €38m deal, but had only found the back of the net 10 times in his 40 appearances.Prior to joining Milan, the 22-year-old had scored 21 goals in 44 matches for Porto.Meanwhile, Kalinic completed a €25m move to Milan but he has appeared to be a mere shadow of the player he was during his time at Fiorentina and the Croatia international only scored six goals all season.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….But, despite a lacklustre season from both of them, Gattuso intends to keep the pair at the San Siro.“Kalinic and Andre Silva? I hope that they will improve, Andre Silva has scored. All of you keep talking about an exit for them but we will hold onto them both, tightly,” said Gattuso, via Calcio Mercato.
Danny Cadamarteri’s youth team has recruited 10 teenagers who will start their two-year scholarships as part of the Burnley Under-18 squad.Cadamarteri has been looking to strengthen his youth team and bringing this 10 teenagers into the Turf Moor ranks is dream come true.Among the 10 new recruits, four of them already spent at least two years within the Clarets’ Academy set-up with a constant play for the Under-16s last season and the youth team.Mitchell George, Matthew O’Neill, Rhys Fenlon, Jon Conley have all progressed from within the Academy before joining up with the youth team.Part of them are: Harry Allen, Jaydon Major, Matty Rain, Kane Patterson, Udoka Chima and Edon Pruti and Joe Conn-Clarke.Academy Manager Jonathan Pepper said Lancashiretelegraph:Match Preview: Burnley vs Liverpool Boro Tanchev – August 30, 2019 Premier League leaders Liverpool travel to Burnley for the Matchday 4 of the 2019-20 Premier League campaign.“We are really looking forward to the new intake of scholars coming in next season.“We have a large number of exciting attacking players to add to our existing group, as well as a whole new defensive line and goalkeeper to bolster the squad.“There will be a lot of competition for places for the U18s next season.”He added: “Nicky Law, in the recruitment department, has worked tremendously hard to bring in a number of players from outside to add to the players who have progressed through our own Academy.“The rise in the profile of the club, the elite training facilities and the growing reputation of the Academy has helped us recruit players from the top clubs in the country, as well as giving opportunities for players from lower levels the chance to develop.“I am looking forward to seeing the players integrate and develop as a group, and hopefully we will see individuals progressing onto the U23 Development Squad at some stage over the course of their scholarship”
Real Betis have included the name of their home city in their title as they are proud to wear their colours, adding that Betis are ‘the most Sevillian thing in Seville’.On Wednesday night, the club president Angel Haro made the boasted with his comments as the club released their new third shirt where they showed a print of the skyline of the city, from the renovated Torre Sevilla in the city.“We are the largest and most representative social institution of Andalusia,” Haro told reporters, as cited by El Desmarque via Football Espana.“We are proud to wear the colours of our regional flag, green and white, and we represent it whilst doing so.La Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…“We are Real Betis Balompie Sevilla, yes, you heard right, Sevilla. This is how our administrative hallmark reads since the birth of our club.“That is why we are presenting this shirt with this spectacular view of the city, a shirt with the city’s landmarks shown.“We return to Europe with the name of Seville in our flag. We are the Betis of Seville and thus we like to be called in England Betis from Seville, in France Betis dans Sevilla, in Italy Betis de Siviglia.“It has always been like that and we are proud of it, Betis are the most Sevillian thing in Seville.”
According to reports from the DEC, the contaminated soil was from a truck accident that took place back in February. The stretch of roadside was located near Quartz Creek Road intersects with the Sterling Highway. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Department of Environmental Conservation worked to clean up roughly 4 yards of contaminated soil near Kenai Lake over the weekend. Alyssa Murphy with the ADEC: “The accident occured on February 26, and was reported to DEC February 29, by a concerned citizen. We went out on site that day that is was reported, and observed no stain on the ice or snow. But, a follow-up site inspection on April 13 revealed staining on the shoreline.” According to Murphy crews from the National Response Corporation arrived on scene the afternoon of April 13, to begin clean-up response efforts. Murphy: “On April 17, a crew removed the stain areas using an excavator and 4 cubic yards of contaminated material were removed and taken to Anchorage for treatment and disposal.” Murphy said DEC crews will be on scene this afternoon for another on-scene inspection and continue any necessary clean-up efforts.
Earlier today I attended the 13th annual New York Magazine Day. Here are my live Twitter updates—essentially a “liveblog” or running notes, in reverse chronological order—from the event.Ann Moore: “I’m absolutely sure each of the Time Inc. brands I work on will be standing long after we’re all gone.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore: “Winters, like recessions, do end.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore: Ex-TW CEO Dick Parsons is “one cool cat.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore: Time Inc. restructuring has been a “home run.” Changed a corp. culture that had been “getting in the way.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore on user-generated content: “Every opinion is not created equal.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web And now, the headliner: Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore. #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Domeniconi: “We’ve all got a front row seat to ‘The History of Media.’” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Ex-Time Inc. exec. Robin Domeniconi: “Going ‘online only’ has become a euphemism for ‘folding.’” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Panelist on the new media reality: “There’s probably someone in this room Twittering what we’re saying right now.” #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web Not quite noon at NY Magazine Day, yet beer and wine carts are rolling in. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web Hearst Magazines SVP: “I’m deeply concerned (ad buyers) are devaluing media at a time when innovation is actually increasing.” #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web AEGIS CEO on helping develop events for SI: “They (now) have to be cash positive” out of the gate. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web NY Magazine Day 2009 theme: “INDUSTRY IN MOTION” — presented in italicized font to create, one would assume, the “motion” effect. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web Hearst Magazines SVP: “We’re spending an enormous amount of money to reduce (ad) closing times” of our magazines. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web AEGIS CEO: “We look at media as the kindling that starts the fire.” #nymagday about 11 hours ago from mobile web AEGIS CEO: Consumer has much more brand credibility than marketer. #nymagday about 11 hours ago from mobile web Million dollar question goes unanswered: “Are we measuring magazine accountability correctly?” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Just over 300 attendees, mostly women, from ad agencies; roughly half as many attendees as last year. #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jamison: “We’ve got to stop the print bashing”; more applause. #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jamison: “Girls aren’t going on Myspace to talk about their weight, their acne, their period–they come to us for that.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jamison, Seventeen: “Our magazine is kind of like ‘a friend with benefits’” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jayne Jamison, VP, Seventeen: “I love magazines”; applause. #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: “Simply put, advertising cannot support all the media that is out there.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: “’The Rise of the Bloggers’ [would’ve] sounded like a horror movie.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: “We didn’t anticipate the consumer creating content to the degree they have.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: 15 years ago we knew consumer was in control, “but we didn’t take it far enough.” about 12 hours ago from mobile web
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are the latest legal notices related to Wilmington, published during the week of Sunday, January 20, 2019:193003 — Magliozzi — 20 Arlene Avenue190077 — Perreault — Tax Lien181610 — Walsh — 22 Brentwood Street190058 — Wilmington Board of Appeals — Mt Pokkets190021 — Deadline For Warrant Articles(NOTE: The above public notices is from MassPublicNotices.org.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington’s Latest Legal Notices (Week of September 1, 2019)In “Government”Wilmington’s Latest Legal Notices (Week of August 11, 2019)In “Government”Wilmington’s Latest Legal Notices (Week of August 4, 2019)In “Government”