care of young

care of young

a feature of the behaviour of mammals and birds in which the young are tended by the adult(s) until such time as the young become independent. The phenomenon is less evident or absent in other groups of animals.
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March 25, 1915: A fire at a home kept by the Huddersfield Ladies' Association for the Care of Young Girls destroyed the laundry.
KUWAIT, Jan 28 (KUNA) -- Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Sabah Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah said here on Wednesday it is necessary to take more care of young people and to spur their own initiatives pursuant to the directives of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.
Lord Hunt of Kings Heath questioned the standard of care of young people who transfer to adult NHS services, while addressing the House of Lords.
Contract notice: Provision of personal services by the issue and allotment of employment checks universal services "cesu" for the care of young children 0-6 years for personal meteo france.
As manager of a care home, I supervised the care of young people with illnesses that made them unable to work and needed them to claim benefits.
The two men reviewed the bilateral cooperation between their countries and stressed particularly how to take care of young men.
Zoe's Place is the region's first hospice dedicated to the care of young children and offers one-to-one palliative and respite care for children up to five years who have life-limiting and special complex needs.
However, it is vital that all young people are assessed to determine if they require aftercare," The campaign to secure a legal right to aftercare comes as two reports published by health chiefs on Friday confirmed major failings in the care of young people in the care of the State.
Then, for the benefit of policy makers as well as students, they examine three major issues in Western Europe: migration and multiculturalism, the care of young children, and the transnational dynamics of home-based child care.
I've also heard about part time nurses who have scaled back their hours to take care of young children and therefore lost their families' health care benefits.
Candidates should also have the skills to work with agencies involved in the care of young people and have a flexible approach, good problem solving skills and enjoy the challenge of dealing with complex situations.
Services associated with care of young children also stand to benefit from the elevated birth rate.