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Whether it be a squeeze of a hand, a tissue for a distressed parent who has watched their precious baby anaesthetised, a warm blanket when comfort is needed, or a tear for a patient making difficult decisions or facing the unknown, we also care and give care.
The cash saved was to have been used to set up the new national care service, to give care at home for the critically ill.
Care Forum Wales, the care sector's main representative body, has created a Residential Child Care Special Interest Group to give care providers more say on how services are commissioned and regulated.
Federal law requires hospitals and ambulance services to give care to anyone needing emergency treatment regardless of their citizenship, legal status, or ability to pay.
To give care to another, you must care for yourself first.
This creates an opportunity to give care that is more culturally sensitive.
1 : to give care of something to <They entrusted me with their money.
Gawad Kalinga translates to English as "to give care.
The festival is a fund-raiser for a charity and this year's selected one is Udayan Care, which works to give care to the disadvantaged in India.
Herber is one of six members of the Blue Giraffe Theatre Company organized by Judith Voss (left) to give care center residents more opportunities for self expression.
They commuted daily to the nursing homes to give care.
Last year's toy drive was so successful that organizers are making plans this Christmas to also give care packages to adult guests.
Long-term care facilities and acute care facilities give care to the same person who was transferred.
It might be more difficult for staff to give care with the costume on the resident, but it is important to respect that custom.
The Department of Health says the money will be used to give care to people well enough to leave hospital but still needing nursing.