Child training – Abilities Networks http://abilitiesnetworks.org/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:20:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-4.png Child training – Abilities Networks http://abilitiesnetworks.org/ 32 32 Dogs in Vests, the association that trains assistance dogs for autistic children https://abilitiesnetworks.org/dogs-in-vests-the-association-that-trains-assistance-dogs-for-autistic-children/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 23:49:00 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/dogs-in-vests-the-association-that-trains-assistance-dogs-for-autistic-children/ MILWAUKEE — Dogs are known as man’s best friend, but dogs trained at a Wisconsin nonprofit mean so much more to the people they’re paired with. Dogs in Vests is an organization that specializes in training dogs to become service animals for children with autism. It is located in Palmyra, Wisconsin. “Because of my autism, […]]]>

MILWAUKEE — Dogs are known as man’s best friend, but dogs trained at a Wisconsin nonprofit mean so much more to the people they’re paired with.

Dogs in Vests is an organization that specializes in training dogs to become service animals for children with autism. It is located in Palmyra, Wisconsin.

“Because of my autism, I’ll get ticks. So I’ll start banging my head when I’m stressed or something and make noise and (Daisy) interrupts that,” said teenage Lucy 13 year old with autism.

Lucy graduated from the program with her dog Daisy. It takes two years of training before the dog goes to live with its full-time owner. During the training period, the dog lives part-time with its future owner and the other time with a foster family.

Lucy’s ticks make her bang her head with her hand. Daisy is trained to recognize when this is happening and help Lucy stop.

“Most of the time I can’t or don’t even realize I’m doing it, so I pretty much come back to reality,” Lucy said of Daisy’s interventions.

Dogs are trained to help calm their owner when stressed or to identify self-harming behavior and stop it.

“We specialize on those specific behaviors that will help the recipient,” said Michelle Holt, co-founder and director of advancement of Dogs in Vests.

She started the non-profit organization about five years ago with her husband. They wanted to give back to the community. Both loved the idea of ​​training service dogs of all kinds. However, once they saw how difficult it was for their friend’s autistic child to get a service dog, the couple focused on service dogs for people with autism.

Five years later, they paired five children with dogs. In fact, dogs are given to each child. The organization focuses on the $25,000 needed to train the dog and then donates the dog to the family. The program has been a huge success so far.

“We hear words as if they make me feel safe and brave. They `re my best friend. They are always happy. They don’t judge me, so it’s a real confidence booster,” Holt said.

You can learn more about donating or signing up for the program by visiting the Dogs in Vests website.

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Special training recommended for Sindh police to deal with crowds – Pakistan https://abilitiesnetworks.org/special-training-recommended-for-sindh-police-to-deal-with-crowds-pakistan/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:30:32 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/special-training-recommended-for-sindh-police-to-deal-with-crowds-pakistan/ • Body submits findings to government on lynching of telecommunications workers• Emphasizes the need to take strict action against rumormongers CARACHI: A Sindh government inquiry committee tasked with investigating the lynching last month of two employees of a telecommunications company in the settlement of Machhar has recommended special training of police forces in crowd management […]]]>

• Body submits findings to government on lynching of telecommunications workers
• Emphasizes the need to take strict action against rumormongers

CARACHI: A Sindh government inquiry committee tasked with investigating the lynching last month of two employees of a telecommunications company in the settlement of Machhar has recommended special training of police forces in crowd management following the the recent increase in incidents of violence based on rumors and hearsay.

The committee formed by the Sindh Department of Human Rights on the issue of barbaric lynching has submitted its report based on its findings on the case and its recommendations to end such incidents of mob lynching in the society to the ‘coming.

Two telecommunications company employees, Muhammad Ishaq Panhwar, 31, and Muhammad Ayman, 28, were brutally murdered in the last week of October, sparking widespread anger across the country since videos of the incident went viral on social media.

After the killing of two innocent citizens, Special Assistant to Sindh Chief Minister for Human Rights Surendar Valasai learned of the incident and ordered his department to form an investigation committee to determine the factors causing the affair as well as the growing trend of the mob. lynching in society and finding ways to control them in the future.

Following Mr. Valasai’s instructions, the Sindh Human Rights Department formed a four-member committee headed by well-known social and human rights activist Ayub Khoso, whose other members included Kashif Bajeer , lawyer Syed Mahmood Alam Shah and lawyer Shakira Siddiqui.

The committee visited the site, met the players concerned before finalizing its report.

In its report, the commission of inquiry made various recommendations, including the immediate arrest of the accused, a fair trial and strict punishment in accordance with the law, as well as the need to investigate and take action against these mafias, which spread ‘false’ rumors in society through social networks.

The report points out that the concerned police station is far away from Machhar settlement, therefore, a police station should be established in the locality, so that in case of such incidents or other crimes, the police can go to the settlements. places in a minimum of time.

To prevent such incidents in the future, the committee stressed the need to facilitate victims’ access to the police and to set up a women’s protection cell, a child protection cell, the media and a human rights commission.

The committee, in its report, recommended that training be provided to police on crowd management and ensure the provision and handling of equipment to disperse a crowd from an incident site.

It is also emphasized that the police and other law enforcement agencies inform the communities about verifying rumors before attempting any action and dispelling the environment of fear.

Registration of slums

The committee urged the government of Sindh to take more measures in implementing the rule of law to reduce intolerance/hate in society. He highlighted the registration of slums as well as the registration of illegal immigrants living there, adding that in addition to providing basic amenities in all urban slums, there is a need to carry out programs to sensitize residents on the law, social security institutes, human rights bodies, women and child protection units.

The report states that all companies, organizations and private institutions that work in different fields should inform nearby police stations about their interventions and work in the particular field, adding that all employees should have training and instructions on general and job-specific safety practices. , in addition, provision of temporary license plates or company logos including their hotline or complaints number on official company vehicles.

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Latino Arts Strings Program Provides Fine Arts Education to Milwaukee Youth | WUWM 89.7 FM https://abilitiesnetworks.org/latino-arts-strings-program-provides-fine-arts-education-to-milwaukee-youth-wuwm-89-7-fm/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 20:19:12 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/latino-arts-strings-program-provides-fine-arts-education-to-milwaukee-youth-wuwm-89-7-fm/ Dinorah Márquez is the founder and director of the Latino Arts Strings Program at the United Community Center. She was named one of the recipients of Milwaukee Magazine’s Betty Awards, which honor extraordinary women who do great work in Milwaukee. When Márquez immigrated to the United States at age 10, she found herself in an […]]]>

Dinorah Márquez is the founder and director of the Latino Arts Strings Program at the United Community Center. She was named one of the recipients of Milwaukee Magazine’s Betty Awards, which honor extraordinary women who do great work in Milwaukee.

When Márquez immigrated to the United States at age 10, she found herself in an environment where she could be expelled from school for speaking her native Spanish language. She faced racism and bullying at school while navigating a dysfunctional and abusive home. Márquez felt like she had no voice until a music teacher introduced her to the violin and she found a new way to express herself.

After attending Northwestern University and playing music in Chicago, Márquez returned to Mexico to play music there before heading to Milwaukee to pursue her master’s degree. Márquez’s husband, having previously been involved with the United Community Center, invited her to an event. She quickly fell in love with the organization. Márquez says, “It’s this incredible place with very deep roots in our community, which has served our community for 53 years.”

Márquez presented the Latino Arts Strings program, not knowing what the answer would be. She knew that what she was proposing would require a significant investment of resources to achieve. The project was approved and instantly popular.

The program emphasizes teaching culture through music. Márquez says: “It’s a very important part because as immigrants or children of immigrants, our cultures are either misunderstood, or misrepresented, or we don’t speak at all…a good way to put it. doing was through music so that our families felt represented through what their children were learning to play.”

The program pays dividends in the advancement of music as well as culture. Márquez portrays a student who attended Harvard University on a full scholarship and now also leads the Harvard Mariachi. The program now has hundreds of students and ten instructors, many of whom are former students. However, many students continue to perform and create their own bands, keeping the music and traditions alive.

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When to start potty training your toddler https://abilitiesnetworks.org/when-to-start-potty-training-your-toddler/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 20:07:39 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/when-to-start-potty-training-your-toddler/ Is it possible to tell if your child is ready to stop using diapers? While figuring out the right time to start potty training can seem daunting, there’s no need to worry once your child is developmentally ready. What is the best potty training age? Each child develops at their own pace; therefore, there is […]]]>

Is it possible to tell if your child is ready to stop using diapers? While figuring out the right time to start potty training can seem daunting, there’s no need to worry once your child is developmentally ready.

What is the best potty training age?

Each child develops at their own pace; therefore, there is no age to start teaching children to use the toilet independently. No healthy child should wear diapers on the first day of school. This can happen as early as 18 months or as late as the child’s fourth birthday. The average age to start toilet training a child is between 18 and 30 months.

Potty training may be the next logical step if your child exhibits any of these behaviors:

  • Throughout the day, your child maintains a dry diaper for at least two hours, and your child is also dry after naps.
  • They can perform procedures that require many steps, such as going to the bathroom, sitting down, and removing their clothes.
  • They are interested in wearing “big kid” underwear.
  • Your child will cry, complain or display visible pain when their diaper is wet.
  • There is a clear signal in their face, body language, or words that it’s time to go to the bathroom.

Professionals advise waiting until your child is in a period of transition or stress to begin potty training.

RELATED: Great Potty Training Tips

How to start potty training

When the time is right, teaching the concept of proper toilet use is crucial. Helping your child change from diapers to the toilet might be less stressful with these suggestions.

Gradually introduce toilets

By the time your child reaches the age of one, start casually broaching the topic of potty training to stimulate their interest. One technique is to read your child potty training books.

Discussing toilet use is a perfectly acceptable topic of conversation. Put it in a sentence like this: “I have to pee” or “I wonder if Elmo [or your child’s favorite stuffed animal] must go potty.

Follow a schedule for potty training

Establishing a schedule before you start potty training is crucial. The trick is to schedule bathroom breaks at regular intervals throughout the day. It would help if you encouraged your child to go to the bathroom as often as every two hours, whether he needs to go or not. It is best to put your child on the potty in the morning before leaving home, before naps and in the evening.

Offer praise and rewards

Accidents are to be expected at the start of potty training. Many children don’t start staying dry all night until age 6, and others still have accidents until age five or even later. Never punish a young person for soiling or wetting their clothes; they are

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‘I was keen to help:’ Veteran helps provide job training and more in Pittsburgh https://abilitiesnetworks.org/i-was-keen-to-help-veteran-helps-provide-job-training-and-more-in-pittsburgh/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 13:01:50 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/i-was-keen-to-help-veteran-helps-provide-job-training-and-more-in-pittsburgh/ PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — As we celebrated those who served last Friday on Veterans Day, a local center opened during the pandemic with the goal of helping veterans learn new job skills. The hope is that the center will have an impact not only on the veterans, but on the whole community. Inside the Ebenezer Baptist […]]]>

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — As we celebrated those who served last Friday on Veterans Day, a local center opened during the pandemic with the goal of helping veterans learn new job skills.

The hope is that the center will have an impact not only on the veterans, but on the whole community.

Inside the Ebenezer Baptist Church in the Hill District is the CVS Workforce Innovation Talent Center, which is run by veteran Sean Ware.

“The men in my family, they all went into the military,” Ware said. “Before I even entered the service, I had a heart to help. Joining the military just gave me these tools.”

Ware now uses these tools to help teach more than 11,000 people vocational training skills to work in fields such as retail, pharmacy, audio-visual production, culinary arts and digital literacy.

“Some of the military positions when you’re in the military don’t translate to anything in civilian life,” he explained. “So what we’re doing here is giving them a new set of skills so they can become productive citizens.”

Ware knows that helping veterans and other residents create better lives is the foundation of what he does, but he also sees his job as something even bigger.

“It’s great to do professional training, but I think the highlight of this position is the interaction with the community,” Ware said.

He wants residents and veterans to know that the center is there for more than just job skills.

“Just as we want to remove barriers to childcare, food assistance and transportation for this community, we also want to remove these barriers for military personnel,” he said. “Their set of obstacles may be different, but we are always here to help them overcome them.”

The current CVS Workforce Talent Center class is scheduled to graduate Dec. 2.

If you or a veteran you know would like to get involved, you can find out more at this link.

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An alternative perspective on sleep training https://abilitiesnetworks.org/an-alternative-perspective-on-sleep-training/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 22:43:40 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/an-alternative-perspective-on-sleep-training/ I did not plan to sleep with my child. It kind of happened. In that early postpartum haze, I was a breastfeeding machine with a hungry baby feeding every hour and a half for at least 45 minutes at a time. Because I was so sleep-deprived (Google search phrases included “Can you die from lack […]]]>

I did not plan to sleep with my child. It kind of happened.

In that early postpartum haze, I was a breastfeeding machine with a hungry baby feeding every hour and a half for at least 45 minutes at a time. Because I was so sleep-deprived (Google search phrases included “Can you die from lack of sleep?”), I slowly let all societal expectations of bedtime go out the window and I started to come to terms with the fact that he was going to be my bedtime boyfriend. If I wanted to be a functional human, then that would simply be the choice. In hindsight, that probably saved me. But I had to dodge a lot of questions and judgments. Chief among them was: When are you going to train him to sleep?

Sleep training is an umbrella term that refers to a number of different approaches used to teach baby to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night with, possibly, little to no crying. The goal is to help your child learn to self-soothe so that when they stir or wake up unavoidably during the night, they are equipped to fall back to sleep, reducing the need for constant intervention from mom and father. Examples of self-soothing include sucking (with or without a pacifier), rolling to find a comfortable position, touching one’s blanket or love. [the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends keeping all soft bedding out of the crib until 12 months]hum, sing or babble.

This idealized method did not work for my family, no matter how many times I tried to apply it. When I learned how many parents had trained their children to sleep, I started to feel uneasy: Am I doing this all wrong? Did I somehow stunt his growth and development? I felt like I was in the minority. Next, I decided to explore what sleep norms look like for young children outside of Western culture.

“Sleep training is more of a 21st century construct,” says Amy Schreiner, assistant professor in the College of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University. “It is not frequently practiced in other cultures. Other cultures work together as an extended “family” and assume that there is more than one mother or father helping with the baby during the day or night.

Not just crying

Thanks to the booming business of blogging moms, sleep training is often confused with CIO (cry it out) methods. But sleep training isn’t binary, it exists on a spectrum. Yelling it means closing the door to the baby’s room and not coming back until the next morning. It’s not generally recommended by experts, and the science on the CIO is still mixed. Some groups say it doesn’t cause adverse stress reactions or long-term attachment issues, while others argue that IOC can be damaging to a developing psyche.

The Ferber Method is a popular sleep training technique – also known as control and console – that was introduced in the mid-1980s when Dr. Richard Ferber’s book, Solve your child’s sleep problem, circulated the general public, describing a gentler way to wean off nighttime feedings. Parents are encouraged to put the baby in the crib and comfort them with gentle patting or rubbing and soothing words. They leave the room and don’t return until the crying resumes, checking on baby at regular intervals.

And then there’s the chair method which is exactly like that: settling into a chair next to your child’s crib until he falls asleep. The parent is responsible for moving the chair away from the crib every few nights until you are completely out of the room. This technique requires about two weeks of coaching and a magnanimous attitude.

How did we come here?

The rise of the nuclear family in America—a family model consisting of two biological parents and their children—has led to a decline in extended family living arrangements and smaller households.

Unless you have active, able-bodied relatives or loved ones who live nearby and are willing to help with the burden of caregiving, help may be hard to come by. Add to that that we live in one of six countries without national standards for paid family leave, and childcare here is utterly unaffordable. One study found that the average annual pre-pandemic daycare cost for a child in Minnesota was around $11,000. That number has since jumped 60%. Because of these barriers, breastfeeding is less common here than in other cultures. UNICEF data shows that only 26% of infants 0-5 months in North America are exclusively breastfed.

And nursing mothers make up the largest group of co-sleepers.

“Many other cultures embrace co-sleeping as a normal way of life,” says Schreiner. “Breastfeeding is much more common in other cultures and co-sleeping is easier for breastfeeding – those cultures view it as a method of bonding as well as protection. It’s much more taboo in our society with the growing concern for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).On the contrary, studies show that breastfeeding for at least two months could reduce the risk of SIDS by almost half.

Of course, cosleeping doesn’t just happen one way. Take the Philippines or Vietnam, for example, where parents sleep with their baby in a hammock next to the parent’s bed. This sling, usually made of fabric or rope, is not used primarily for sleeping; it is also used for swinging or resting. In Japanese culture, at least 70% of infants are said to sleep with their parents on traditional bamboo or rice straw mats on the floor and, most often, in a side-lying position. In India, it is socially acceptable for children to share the bed with their parents until the age of six or seven.

These practices go against the guidelines of the American Academy of Pediatrics, which state that bed sharing is not recommended under any circumstances. He notes that bedsharing should be avoided “at all times”, citing risks such as SIDS, accidental suffocation and accidental strangulation. The CDC says there are approximately 3,400 cases of SIDS in the United States each year.

Cultivate healthy sleep habits

Parenthood feels like being dropped into chaos with no instruction manual to guide the way. While there’s no shortage of parenting books (some truly amazing!) and expert advice on the internet, sometimes the way you do things is based on instinct and what works for you. quite simply, to you and your family.

Jodi Mindell, a psychologist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia who has helped thousands of babies and parents sleep better over the past 20 years, says it’s impossible to say one approach to sleep works better than ‘another one. For some children, more soothing or tapings are needed and for other babies, fewer tapings may work better. And the precursor to getting there is to set up a good bedtime routine. Schreiner recommends the following for babies and young children:

  • Draw a hot bath before bed
  • Incorporate essential oils, like lavender, which can lead to better and longer sleep
  • Introduce a sound machine, which cultivates a soothing, womb-like environment
  • Eat fewer processed foods (with high levels of dyes and sugars) and more fruits and vegetables

Located in Bloomington, Northwestern University of Health Sciences is a premier integrative health institution that prepares the next generation of health professionals to deliver and advance health care, offering 11 areas of study. Its clinics and TruNorth Wellness Hub are open to the public to support better, healthier lives for all. The Bloomington Clinic specializes in care for the whole family, offering chiropractic treatments, acupuncture, Chinese medicine, massage therapy, naturopathic medicine, nutrition and cupping. The Sweere Clinic offers comprehensive care for complex pain conditions and trauma. The Biomechanics Lab and Human Performance Center supports proper movement and recovery through gait analysis, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning.


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RGP officers receive specialized training in dealing with child abuse https://abilitiesnetworks.org/rgp-officers-receive-specialized-training-in-dealing-with-child-abuse/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 20:44:59 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/rgp-officers-receive-specialized-training-in-dealing-with-child-abuse/ Royal Gibraltar Police officers use their knowledge and skills to tackle some of society’s most heinous crimes – child sexual abuse and exploitation – with two days of professional team-led training of the British Hydrant program. The Hydrant Program, part of the National Council of Chiefs of Police, was created to provide coordination between police […]]]>

Royal Gibraltar Police officers use their knowledge and skills to tackle some of society’s most heinous crimes – child sexual abuse and exploitation – with two days of professional team-led training of the British Hydrant program.

The Hydrant Program, part of the National Council of Chiefs of Police, was created to provide coordination between police departments with respect to child abuse and exploitation.

It was created after a flurry of not-recent sexual abuse reports following the death of Jimmy Savile and revelations of his offence.

Its mandate was expanded in July 2022 to include the full spectrum of child abuse and online crime.

The Hydrant program also acts as a center of knowledge and expertise, with regard to child abuse and exploitation investigations.

These can be some of the most complex investigations undertaken by police services and Hydrant ensures that learning and best practices from previous investigations are captured to inform future investigations, ensuring that the policing approach continues to evolve. and improve.

Part of this role includes visiting police forces to share knowledge, practices and resources.

The visiting team includes Deputy Hydrant Program Director, Detective Superintendent Pete Hornby; Rob McKinnell, Peer Review and Peer Support Manager, and Communications Manager, Jacqui Hanson.

Together, the three team members bring over 100 years of policing experience.

About thirty RGP agents will follow this training.

Detective Superintendent Pete Hornby said: “We were delighted that the RGP invited us to share our knowledge in this way.”

“Child sexual abuse and exploitation investigations are among the most complex undertaken by the police, and it is extremely satisfying to see the force’s commitment to keeping abreast of all the latest knowledge and practice, ensuring that every victim receives the best possible service, and that investigations have the opportunity to benefit from and be benchmarked against national guidance and policies.

RGP Detective Superintendent John Field said: “This training course is part of our broader commitment to the continuing professional development of our officers.”

“We are grateful to the Hydrant team for coming to Gibraltar to update our officers in this very complex area of ​​policing – especially in such a tight-knit community like ours.”

“The team also provides us with live investigation reviews to benchmark us against current policies and practices and to help inform the decision-making of our senior officers.”

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Alas Ramus’ lack of toilet training https://abilitiesnetworks.org/alas-ramus-lack-of-toilet-training/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 23:30:21 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/alas-ramus-lack-of-toilet-training/ The devil is part-time! was first released as a light novel series in 2011. The series spun off from that original light novel series, spawning a manga serialization, a spin-off series, and later, an anime adaptation. The series was picked up by animation studio White Fox for its first season in 2013. While the first […]]]>

The devil is part-time! was first released as a light novel series in 2011. The series spun off from that original light novel series, spawning a manga serialization, a spin-off series, and later, an anime adaptation. The series was picked up by animation studio White Fox for its first season in 2013. While the first season consisted of just 13 episodes, the series became a classic that many fans now recommend as an easy-to-enjoy gateway title. for new anime fans.


The franchise as a whole has captured the hearts of many with the hilarious premise that Satan himself is a minimum-wage fast food worker. Despite the show’s large fanbase, it took many years before it was renewed for a second season, which was finally announced in 2021 and aired later in 2022. Picked up by the animation studio 3Hz, the second season of The devil is part time promised even crazier diversions than before, with new characters and new part-time jobs.

RELATED: The Devil Is A Part-Timer Sets Up A Wholesome Supporting Character Romance


Maou and Emi’s new daughter, Alas Ramus

One of the new characters introduced for the second season was Alas Ramus, an adorable baby who appeared from a golden apple. The rest of the cast were particularly worried about the latest child added to their lives due to the circumstances of his arrival. However, after realizing she was completely harmless, they welcomed her into their ranks with open arms.

Despite his apparent youth, Alas Ramus proved to have a great command of the language. Seeing Maou and Emi, she declared them to be her father and mother, much to their surprise. Maou instantly fell into the role of a loving and passionate father. After a while, Emi also learned to ignore what others might think of her relationship with Maou in order to become an equally caring mother to Alas Ramus.

RELATED: The Devil’s A Part-Timer Highlights His Most Underrated Characters

Advanced Intelligence of Alas Ramus

Alas Ramus had a complicated time in terms of acting in the second season of the anime. She was revealed to be a shard of Yesod, a mythical fruit from the tree of life in heaven. Over the course of the show, Alas Ramus went from being an adorable baby to being part of Emi’s weaponry due to his mystical nature. After merging with Emi’s Holy Sword, Alas Ramus gained the ability to remain in incorporeal form until summoned, much like the sword’s original ability.

With her ability to remain incorporeal, the story was able to tidy up her character when there seemed to be no room for her. However, when Alas Ramus was present in certain sequences, she became either a cute comic gag or a convenient plot due to her advanced intelligence. She proved capable of formulating battle strategies during a confrontation with the angels attempting to take her away from her family – a strategy that allowed her to gain the ability to become incorporeal. She has been shown to have the ability to know right from wrong and apologize when informed that she was making Camio uncomfortable. With his advanced understanding of speech, one can only speculate on the purpose of allowing this character to stay in layers throughout the season.

RELATED: The Devil Is a Part-Timer 2: It’s Time for Audiences to See More of ‘The Demon King’

Alas Ramus useless character detail

While the other characters briefly floundered with how to properly care for a child at first, it allowed the story to build and later pay for new aspects of Chiho’s character. With her family history of having a toddler cousin, she came to the rescue with large amounts of baby supplies for Maou’s house. However, with Alas Ramus seemingly smarter than an average child, the diapers in Chiho’s care package seemed like an odd character detail.

Besides reminding the audience of his young age, there seemed to be no other purpose behind Alas Ramus needing to be in diapers. Parents who watch this show might also agree that a child smart enough to confirm if their diaper is still dry after a nap might be smart enough to potty-train. General anime fans might also find it odd that Alas Ramus needs diapers, or even food, given that she doesn’t seem to need to stay in bodily form.

From traveling through dimensions and working part-time to battling angel attacks, it might seem a bit silly to wonder if one of Maou’s big challenges will be learning how to train her new daughter. Since this character is only mentioned a handful of times, he could become a forgotten aspect by the third season. However, it would be surprisingly realistic and could lead to more hilarious twists if the show discussed this particular aspect of parenthood.

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36 foreigners among 186 passed out at Officers Training Academy – The New Indian Express https://abilitiesnetworks.org/36-foreigners-among-186-passed-out-at-officers-training-academy-the-new-indian-express/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 00:04:00 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/36-foreigners-among-186-passed-out-at-officers-training-academy-the-new-indian-express/ Express press service CHENNAI: Up to 159 male and 63 female cadets graduated as officers in various arms and services of the Indian Army during the passing out ceremony at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai on Saturday. Two widows of fallen soldiers were also among the cadets who passed out on parade. Harvey […]]]>

Express press service

CHENNAI: Up to 159 male and 63 female cadets graduated as officers in various arms and services of the Indian Army during the passing out ceremony at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai on Saturday. Two widows of fallen soldiers were also among the cadets who passed out on parade.

Harvey Kaur Kahlon,
a widow who is commissioned
as an army cadet.

For Harveen Kaur Kahlon, 28, from Punjab, life took an unexpected turn three years ago. She was a chemistry teacher at an international school in the state. She never imagined that she would join the OTA, separated from her child, leave the academy and serve the country. While she was five months pregnant, her husband who was serving in the artillery division died in June 2019 from cardiac arrest. He has not seen his son. “When I took the exam and put on the uniform, I remembered my husband. My parents and my in-laws have always supported me. The time spent away from my son, at the academy, has been difficult,” said Kaur Kahlon.

Likewise, 32-year-old Rigzin Chorol, who had graduated from the academy, was glued to her son. “We were away from each other for so long that surviving the hard and rigorous training seemed less difficult. When the helicopters shed flowers, I thought my husband would be proud of me,” said said Chorol, the first female officer in the Ladakh army. Her husband Rigzin Khandap died of cardiac arrest when her son was four months old. He was serving in the third battalion of the Ladakh Scout.

The passing out parade saw 186 Indian cadets and another 36 foreign graduating cadets will now be sent to serve their country. The foreign cadets included members from Bhutan, Maldives and Nigeria, of which 30 were from Bhutan, four from the Maldives and two from Nigeria.

The parade was reviewed by Lieutenant General Batoo Tshering, Chief of Operations of the Royal Bhutan Army. The Academy’s Honor Sword and Silver Medal was awarded to Mr Pavithra, an alumnus of Rashtriya Military School in Bangalore, for being an outstanding cadet. In one of its kind, three Cheetah and Chetak helicopters attached to the Indian Air Force were deployed in the parade to rain petals on the cadets.

Sisters at the Academy

While 23-year-old Shivani Tiwari completed her course at OTA and died from the academy, her younger sister Sumedha Tiwari is in the same academy as a freshman. They are the fourth generation of their family to wear a defense uniform. Their father serves in the navy.

Foreign cadets

For Sonam Yangchen, a 23-year-old science graduate from Bhutan, one of the first challenges was surviving Chennai’s weather conditions. Yangchen followed the path of his father, a retired army officer from the Royal Bhutan Army. She joined the OTA last December. “At first, the weather was unbearable, but as the days passed, I adapted. The training helped me understand what to expect,” Yangchen said. She is one of 30 cadets from Bhutan who will now return to join as lieutenants in the Royal Bhutan Army.

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Lantra launches online training to keep children safe on farms https://abilitiesnetworks.org/lantra-launches-online-training-to-keep-children-safe-on-farms/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 10:07:35 +0000 https://abilitiesnetworks.org/lantra-launches-online-training-to-keep-children-safe-on-farms/ Rural and land trainer Lantra has launched a free training course to help keep children safe on farms and make sure people are aware of the dangers. The Farm Child Safety course is aimed at parents and covers issues such as keeping children safe around equipment and harmful substances, and the importance of having a […]]]>

Rural and land trainer Lantra has launched a free training course to help keep children safe on farms and make sure people are aware of the dangers.

The Farm Child Safety course is aimed at parents and covers issues such as keeping children safe around equipment and harmful substances, and the importance of having a farm safety checklist. closed.

It also covers areas such as Kids on the Farm and the Law, Kids and Tractors, Kids and ATVs, and Kids and Falls.

See also: Farm safety warning for children during school holidays

Paula Smyth, director of Lantra Ireland, said: “Farms can be wonderful places for children to grow up, but farming is one of the most dangerous occupations in the UK and Ireland, and it’s the only high-risk industry that deals with the presence of children.

“With school holidays, it is important to think about where your child will be during this break, to have your plans in place and to help keep them safe.

“To make sure you know the potential risks on the farm, take the course for children on the farm. This short free course will give you an overview of the different hazards and what steps you can take to avoid them.

You can register for the course on the Lantra website.

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