custodial care


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Translations

cus·to·di·al care

n. cuidado bajo custodia.
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People who exhaust their savings could wind up on Medicaid, the government health program for the indigent that pays for about half of all nursing home and custodial care.
Consequently, many nursing home residents and others receiving custodial care rely on Medicaid to pay those bills.
Along with his wife Smitha, also a psychiatrist, Vatwani began providing temporary custodial care for homeless and destitute schizophrenia patients, from their two-room nursing home.
Shraddha's free custodial care and treatment ranges from personal hygiene, medical check-ups, psychiatric treatment, to appropriate medication --all done in the open, healing environment of the Karjat facility," the board of trustees noted in a statement.
Shraddha's free custodial care and treatment ranges from personal hygiene, medical check-ups, psychiatric treatment, to appropriate medication -- all done in the open, healing environment of the Karjat facility,"the board of trustees noted in a statement.
Although considerably cheaper and more effective than custodial care, these programmes were very labourintensive and these are the budgets which have been cut!
Although considerably cheaper and more effective than custodial care, these programmes were very labour- intensive and these are the budgets which have been cut!
However, one major exclusion of CHAMPVA that's worth mentioning for those with SCI/D is long-term care (LTC), also known as custodial care.
Most studies published on this subject are mainly concerned with screening outpatient psychiatric subjects and some chronic psychiatric patients treated in custodial care setups.
Extreme examples show infants in custodial care who lack human contact fail to thrive and often die, and indeed, social isolation or solitary confinement has been used as a form of punishment.
But, on arrival, I saw a place changing from custodial care to nursing care, from locked doors and padded cells to an open door policy with bright updated wards, with patients, not one of 'them', treated with respect and dignity.