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sheltered housing

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(Social Welfare) accommodation designed esp for the elderly or infirm consisting of a group of individual premises, often with some shared facilities and a caretaker. Also called: sheltered accommodation or sheltered homes
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He had probably lived there for years, with a fat prairie-dog for breakfast whenever he felt like it, a sheltered home, even an owl-feather bed, perhaps, and he had forgot that the world doesn't owe rattlers a living.
Contract notice: Service of 36 places in sheltered homes, Intended for children belonging to the child protection system of the autonomous community of extremadura, By lot.
Many people have asked why it has taken so long when the Labour Government earmarked the PS112m needed to rebuild or refurbish all the council's sheltered homes for older people up to 21st years ago, residents were consulted and plans and a programme were agreed.
Many people have asked why it has taken so long when the Labour Government earmarked the PS112 million needed to rebuild or refurbish all the council's sheltered homes for older people up to 21 years ago, residents were consulted and plans and a programme were agreed.
Chris Gibbs, Douglas, Lanarkshire AS an 80-year-old senior citizen myself - albeit still fit enough to be in my own home - I was appalled to learn from my Sunday Mirror that the 999 Lifeline Cords are to be axed from sheltered homes in the West Midlands.
Pupils at a Birmingham primary school have been learning all about building houses and looking after the environment with the help of staff from Mansell who are working on a nearby sheltered homes project.
John Bolton, director of community services for Coventry City Council, said: "Around 200 people are trying out Telecare monitors at the moment, particularly in sheltered homes.
Proceeds from the event go towards residents' amenities at the twenty-five sheltered homes in the charitable almshouses.
PUPILS at a Hands-worth school are putting some spadework into a project which has made sheltered homes cleaner and greener.
He said, ``Consideration should certainly be given to installing CCTV cameras above the entrance door of all sheltered homes.
The new contract extends the service to residential care and sheltered homes.
He hit on the idea of private sheltered homes for the elderly 20 years ago and now his company is the biggest in the industry.