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caretaker

Social welfare a person who takes care of a vulnerable person, often a close relative
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"Here, an objectively reasonable officer in Defendants' position would have known of Plaintiffs' right to enjoy the sanctity of their home, and moreover, that the function sought to be performed by the police having the noise turned down at a party was well beyond the safety or emergency aid function that would arguably fall within any community caretaking exception," Talwani wrote.
Sandy Branson, PhD, MSN, RN (Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth): Pet Caretaking and Risk of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia in Older U.S.
One local resident to find permanent employment through the scheme is Karen Ramsey, who is now a valued member of the Avenue Services cleaning and caretaking team.
Pediatrician Lisa Lewis offers the wisdom and proven caretaking practices of the cultures of the world, drawn from her own training, research, travel, and clinical experience.
The Sports Facilities Development and Caretaking Company said it appreciated the timely and appropriate action of the Judiciary and the police.
(7) Increasingly, in recent years, litigants have begun to use detailed time logs to document their performance of childcare tasks, and lawyers coach clients to outdo the other parent in caretaking. (8)
(18) Under this approach, if parents cannot agree on an allocation of custodial responsibility, the court should allocate that responsibility in a way that "approximates the proportion of time each parent spent performing caretaking functions for the child prior to the parents' separation." (19) At the heart of this approach is reliance on the circumstances of the family itself, not a commitment to one particular postdissolution arrangement.
"It has become a pressing need to clearly and precisely define the role of a caretaking cabinet," Mikati said, noting that the House of Parliament was the only authority to decide such matters.
Keywords: grandparents, obesity, Hispanic, children, caretaking
Summary: A Cabinet resolution on maintenance and caretaking of mosques in the UAE with aims to safeguard the sanctity of places of worship has been issued by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.