in-home


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in-home

(ĭn′hōm′)
adj.
Operating in or provided at the home of the customer or patient: in-home shopping; an in-home nursing program.
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The absence of in-home water service has long been linked to gastrointestinal illnesses, but a November AJPH study found that people who lack in-home water are also at greater risk for lower respiratory tract and skin infections.
Spalding's son, 19-year-old Mason Harley Morrell, admitted to molesting 11 children, all clients at his mother's in-home day care center over the past two years.
About 75% of the 4.6 million developmentally disabled people in the US receive in-home care from family members without public-funded aid.
Confessions Of A Montessori Teacher & In-Home Childcare Provider
SAN FRANCISCO -- Although patients undergoing in-home polysomnography spend more time supine and more time in rapid eye movement sleep than did patients studied in a sleep laboratory, the in-home technique underestimates measures of sleep-disordered breathing, according to a poster presented at the International Conference of the American Thoracic Society.
She said although the proliferation of in-home devices has not affected her clinical practice so far, the companies that make in-home devices may "take our business away or they may increase consumer awareness of our business.
(Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) Dual Channel Unit, a noninvasive, drug-free pain control device, through an In-Home Therapy Program.
Intel Corporation is giving government officials a first-hand look at compelling future in-home health care applications at a technology demonstration hosted today by the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST).
The protesters traveled the 144 miles to demand support for legislation to liberate disabled and older people from nursing homes by providing in-home support services.
The significant costs associated with long-term care make insurance an attractive financing vehicle, especially when one realizes that social programs such as Medicare will not pay for in-home care with the activities of daily living.
The condominiums offer extra-high ceilings, in-home washers and dryers and multiple terraces with spectacular views.
This can be achieved through a coordinated continuum that includes housing with supportive services, community-sponsored programs, in-home care, adult-day care, assisted living and nursing homes.