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Synonyms for caretaker

Synonyms for caretaker

a person who is legally responsible for the person or property of another considered by law to be incompetent to manage his or her affairs

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a custodian who is hired to take care of something (property or a person)

an official who performs the duties of an office temporarily

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10) Some state law amendments have included requiring judicial assessment of the caretaking tasks performed by each parent and each parent's relative degree of parenting responsibilities.
Past caretaking has both adjudicative and substantive virtues as a determinant of a child's best interests.
Thus, the purpose of this preliminary study was to estimate the percentage of grandparents' involved in caretaking for grandchildren in Hispanic families, to describe parents' perceptions of grandparents involvement, and to determine whether that involvement had a negative impact on the child's BMI.
A new study in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that long-term caretaking duties puts further strain on adult parent-child relationships.
Concierge services at tower blocks will cost almost pounds 20 a week and there will be an pounds 8 charge to cover caretaking.
That caretaking job ended with the death of the owner also.
It introduces us to the original builder of the organ, and to the organist who devoted fifty years of his life to the caretaking of the organ and to the tutoring of many of its organists.
Every person living with or caretaking those with Multiple Sclerosis and any public or health library catering to patrons with MS needs this handbook, which focuses on the specific, special challenges of MS and how to handle daily life with a progressive disease.
We can always help with information on the property caretaking field, and even provide you with the names of farm caretakers.
The school gates were locked and the pilot had to contact caretaking staff to let Dame Shirley out of the grounds at about 8pm.
In fact, QAF was weakest in its treatment of--you guessed it--lesbians, who were often quite stereotyped (assuming caretaking roles with the men, interested only in babies).
In most studies, parental intelligence and HOME (Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment; a measure of caretaking and parental stimulation) are major predictors of child IQ.
A further 25 new nonteaching staff have not had their checks back, which could cause problems with catering, cleaning, caretaking and other technical support.
Mr Tate impressed judges as much for the extra work he does for Collingwood Special School in Morpeth as for his caretaking.
Women make up high proportions of refugee and internally displaced populations, and they suffer unique consequences of war and conflict because of gender-based violence, discrimination, and caretaking roles.