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Synonyms for domicile

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a building or shelter where one lives

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

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Many people use domiciliary (at home) help to assist them with the difficulties that arise from being less mobile.
This will supplement the new qualification requirements that Social Care Wales will require by 2020, so that the quality and consistency of domiciliary care can be continuously improved.
We think the time is right to include domiciliary care workers on our Register of Social Care Workers, as more people with complex needs want their care provided in their own homes.
income and transfer-tax systems, timing an immigrant's status as either a resident or domiciliary is essential.
5m is payable in cash by 31 December 2015 if Embrace is successful in tendering for ongoing domiciliary care contracts in Liverpool, the outcome of which is expected to be known by Embrace in or around April 2015.
Greg Bamber, chairman of Caring Hands, said: "It is evident from the enquiries we receive from those looking for domiciliary care services that the financial implications are also of paramount importance.
The law gives oversight of a surplus lines insurer to the domiciliary state.
I know that some of you reading this will probably say that a role of Cresco will raise the foot but the block looks more professional and it's also a big saving on the back and neck which has always been an occupational hazard for domiciliary work.
The Domiciliary Care Allowance is a payment of EUR309 per month awarded to children with a disability.
The experiences of 30 people or their carers into domiciliary workers found missed medication, confinement to bed and inaccessibility to food and drink.
asked 30 people to keep diaries of their experiences when workers come into the home to offer domiciliary care.
This latest contract complements Castlerock's service provision already being put in place in Doncaster, and witnesses the continued growth of their Domiciliary Care, Supported Living and Home Care division.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has written to "A Caring Hand of Support", which is based in Batley, amid concerns it is providing domiciliary care for vulnerable people (such as assistance with showering and toilet visits) without being registered with the regulator.
As well as heading up the domiciliary care company, Pendine Park Independent Living, she will be establishing a new arm of the organisation, Pendine Park Extra Care Plus.
For example, if the spouse established a Texas domiciliary status and then moved to Virginia under orders with the [service member], and while in Virginia the spouse registered to vote and bought property in Virginia and got a real estate license from Virginia, then it looks like the spouse has established Virginia as the new domicile," Shumake said.