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Adj.1.noninstitutional - not institutional
institutional - organized as or forming an institution; "institutional religion"
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A co-payment of $15/day will apply for noninstitutional respite care, adult day healthcare, and geriatric evaluation.
With many others, he stresses its charismatic, noninstitutional nature, but distinctively he argues that Hitler's power and the essence of the Third Reich were captured by the maxim of a Nazi official in 1934: "that it was the duty of each person in the Third Reich `to work toward the Fuhrer along the lines he would wish' without awaiting instructions from above" (xxix).
To think so, says Weigman, "may not only abandon the contingencies of the historical for a mythically transcendent present but also produce a devoutly racist rendition of feminism by evacuating from view the noninstitutional or anti-institutional sites of activism through which various kinds of feminist politics have been waged.
Institutional versus noninstitutional religious news.
These images led us, as designers, to a noninstitutional approach to colors, surface treatments and materials.
Beginning in 1984, Medicare utilization and expenditure patterns for the services of physicians and other noninstitutional suppliers changed significantly.
Census Bureau for the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is a monthly survey of about 60,000 households that provides information on the labor force status, demographics, and other characteristics of the nation's civilian noninstitutional population ages 16 and over.
Careful thought was given to the selection of materials used--such as bamboo doors for patient rooms and custom-designed elements and furnishings like sculptural, wood pendant light fixtures--providing a noninstitutional quality unlike that of a typical hospital.
The IOM and AHRQ studies identified the following key components in providing care to individuals nearing the end of life: care management to coordinate and facilitate service delivery; supportive services, such as transportation, provided to individuals residing in noninstitutional settings; pain and symptom management; family and caregiver support such as respite care; communication among the individuals, families, and program staff; and assistance with advance care planning to aid individuals with making decisions about their future care.
The architectural challenge was to create a noninstitutional environment that would be interesting and exciting for the surrounding community to be involved in, as well as a space that would be safe, comfortable, and welcoming for individuals dealing with addictions and mental health issues and homelessness.
The CPS is a sample survey representative of the civilian noninstitutional population in the United States.