aftercare


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aftercare

1. support services by a welfare agency for a person discharged from an institution, such as hospital, hostel, or prison
2. Med the care before and after discharge from hospital of a patient recovering from an illness or operation
3. any system of maintenance or upkeep of an appliance or product
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Records of conversations between staff and family were not recorded, and there was no follow-up aftercare in place.
This suggestion follows research that highlights how some groups are less likely to comply with aftercare advice than others.
It is also alleged he performed two inappropriate breast operations on Patient S on January 30 and March 21, 2010 along with deficiencies in his aftercare and communication.
Below, the site today is in a "restoration and aftercare phase"
COSTS COVERED: Honda's CR-V can be bought with a comprehensive aftercare package
Foster's After Sales Manager, Andy Rasberry has led the team of after sales specialists at Foster who have worked on creating the packages, designed in response to customer mistrust of aftercare and a demand for more transparency in warranty provision in the industry.
The Specsave a rs hearing centres in Birkenhead and Wallasey havea been accredited to provr ide a local free NHS hearing service, from initial assessment through to the provr ision of hearing aids and aftercare.
Regardless, given the astronomical cost of substance abuse in the workplace, finding a structured, affordable, and easily accessible aftercare program is paramount.
Connecticut also has a prison-based aftercare program for graduates of Tier 3 or 4 programs.
Muscat, Dec 21 (ONA) The Social Development Ministry, represented by the Juvenile Affairs Department at the Directorate General of Social Welfare organized at Safeer Plaza Hotel in Al Khuwair today a workshop on duties and skills in the field of aftercare for delinquent juveniles with participation of 35 participants working in the field of juveniles at the Ministry.
Furthermore, the Oxford House group earned approximately $550 more per month than the usual aftercare group (Jason, Olson, Ferrari, & Lo Sasso, 2006).
Normally your BMI would be at least 35, you have tried dieting and exercise without success, you are healthy enough for surgery and prepared to undertake long-term aftercare.