eldercare

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eld·er·care

 (ĕl′dər-kâr′)
n.
Social and medical programs and facilities intended for the care and maintenance of the aged.

eldercare

(ˈɛldərˌkɛə)
n
US care of the elderly
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-28 November 2005-Swedes want to use SMS and e-mail messages to contact elderly care staff(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
state-of-the-art A computer-generated image of the new home work starts Clr Dennis Hullock cuts the first sod, watched by Steve Kerr (left), of Bardsley building firm, and project manager John North WORK has started on the third new residential home in Kirklees Council's pounds 10m overhaul of elderly care services.
There were 21,000 elderly care places available in January 2002, now only 20,400 remain.
Mr Milburn warned extra money, understood to be pounds 1 million, will only be paid if there are major changes in the elderly care system in the city.
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Bahrain Elderly Care Home honorary chairman Shaikh Khalifa bin Ali Al-Khalifa deputized Shaikh Isa bin Ali Al-Khalifa to patronize a ceremony marking the occasion.
Our campaign last week was highlighted in Parliament, and developments in recent days have further illustrated the crisis, in both elderly care and the inspection regime.
through the elderly care department, however, it benefits from the social
It must be possible to measure the quality of the municipal elderly care and thus gain a better insight into what we get from the approx.