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in-home

(ĭn′hōm′)
adj.
Operating in or provided at the home of the customer or patient: in-home shopping; an in-home nursing program.
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While rising to meet that challenge, the team at Comfort Home Care has become one of the most respected and trusted voices in the in-home care industry throughout the area.
This book notes that because of changes in childcare funding, forms of in-home childcare, such as care by nannies and au pairs, are now occurring in the public and formal sphere, no longer just the private and informal sphere.
The wildly popular in-home "smart speakers" sold by Amazon (Echo) and Google (Home) are expected to be in over 30 million U.
18 January 2017 - US-based in-home care Help at Home, LLC has acquired Pennsylvania, US-based in-home care provider Excel Companion Care, the company said.
The Wi-Fi In-Home Test Suite provides comprehensive Wi-Fi testing capabilities, enabling technicians to verify the quality of the Wi-Fi interface, view connected devices, identify rogue clients and select optimal channels in environments with congestion or excessive interference.
Realising this, the Ras Al Khaimah Medical Zone provides in-home care services for 276 aged patients in the emirate to help prolong their ability to live independently.
Reliant Energy, a Houston-based energy providing company, is planning to launch in-home plugs for electric vehicles, according to CEO David Crane.
Researchers found that people living in regions with a lower proportion of in-home water service had significantly higher hospitalization rates for pneumonia, influenza and skin or soft tissue infections than people living in homes with modern sanitation services.
Confessions of a Montessori Teacher & In-Home Childcare Provider is a DVD introduction to the day-to-day world of Montessori teachers and in-home childcare providers.
O'Donoghue of the Institute for Breathing and Sleep, Melbourne, and his colleagues determined that in-home polysomnography (PSG) systematically underestimated the apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) and the arousal index (ArI), compared with standard laboratory measures.
Prosecutors have also alleged that taxpayers are being defrauded out of tens of millions of dollars by in-home care workers and recipients.
Intel Corporation is giving government officials a first-hand look at compelling future in-home health care applications at a technology demonstration hosted today by the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST).