companionship


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a pleasant association among people

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the state of being with someone

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Now in its eighth year, Abbeyfield's Companionship at Christmas campaign has offered a lifeline of warmth and friendship to thousands of older people across the UK at Christmas and beyond.
I find the warmth and companionship of every dog I have owned very difficult to describe.
She offers trips to the doctors, hairdressers and shops - even taking a client's pet to the vet - and a companionship service to help users with shopping and other tasks.
The FLSA's companionship services rule largely eliminates the minimum wage and overtime exemption previously used by third-party employers such as home care agencies, resulting in an estimated 1.
The week highlights the five welfare needs of rabbits, which are diet, environment, companionship, behaviour and health.
Request for Proposal: In-home services (including in-home respite care, homemaking services, personal care services, companionship services, and chore) monroe county, florida
My Dog, My Friend: Heart-warming Tales of Canine Companionship from Celebrities and other Extraordinary People" is a collection of truly heart-warming tales of the indisputable value of canine companionship to owners, particularly in times of mental or emotional crisis.
LEGENDARY lyricist Don Black is to be honoured with a Companionship from Liverpool fame school LIPA.
According to the study, the parents reported the benefits of dog ownership included companionship, stress relief and opportunities for their children to learn responsibility.
We give companionship to others including in their suffering.
In light of these trends, animal companionship can play an important role in our work with patients with mental illness and their families.
Marcia Inhorn, a Yale professor of anthropology, interviewed more than 300 men from 14 Arab nations - and reports in Slate that many men seek love and companionship in marriage and education and equality for their daughters.
The serious nature of health events taking place in hospitals, he adds, creates the type of situations that require companionship the most.
Individuals may feel lonely at work if they experience emotional deprivation and a lack of social companionship (Wright, 2007).