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day centre

A facility in the UK run by social services, a healthcare organisation or a voluntary organisation, which provides care, mental stimulation and activities for individuals who need support during the day, and which also provides respite for the individual’s carer(s).
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There are about 32,787 day-care centers workers in 41,943 barangays nationwide, the lawmaker siblings said.
Because of code requirements for day-care centers, Murphy had to take extra precautions on the day-care side.
The chain operates 63 day-care centers across Japan.
Department of Health and Human Services reported that licensed day-care centers consistently violate health and safety regulations by exposing children to raw sewage, scalding water, and household chemicals.
The truck stopped in front of a day-care center near 25th Street East and the passenger got out and ran.
The government aims to clear the backlog of those on waiting lists for the day-care centers, which are for elementary school children whose parents are working, the officials said.
The boys died July 8 after being locked in Leslie Smoot's Cadillac Escalade outside her day-care center.
The space first runs out of the school~~s outback for about 3 years and then the day-care center for the day-care center for about 1 year.
CANYON COUNTRY - The first parish-sponsored day-care center in the Los Angeles Archdiocese will close at the end of the school year, the victim of a space crunch at the Canyon Country church.
Contract notice: Investors~ competition - Children~s day-care center with residential building in Bad Krozingen.
And while Medicare pays the $70 daily fee at Gene's day-care center and the couple's adult son and daughter help out with rent, money is tight, and retirement is an afterthought.