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aide

 [ād]
a worker who is an assistant to another.
home health aide a paraprofessional worker with specified training and certification to provide unskilled home health care under the direction of a registered nurse.

aide

(ad) [Fr. aide, helper]
1. Assistant.
2. A nurse's aide or nursing assistant.

certified medication aide

Abbreviation: CMA
An unlicensed health care worker who can administer oral and topical medications in long-term or chronic care facilities after successfully completing a state-approved medication administration course.
Synonym: certified medication technician

physical therapy aide

A person trained by a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant to provide clinical support services in physical therapy for tasks that do not require clinical decision making or problem solving in patient care. Physical therapy aides should function with continuous on-site supervision.
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86) Tuckey, supra note 1, at 40 (if an aide uses personal funds to subsidize the general's petty-cash fund, the aide is essentially gifting the money to the general officer--such a situation bears directly upon the ethics rules relating to gift acceptance).
The charges against the aides were based on their possession of falsified certification documents, and in the case of many of the aides, their lies about the hours they worked.
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This office aide has responsibilities that expand during the course of the school year.
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Education Minister Kate Jones used Teacher Aide Day to recognise the very special contribution teacher aides make in Queensland classrooms.
GTI), announced today that it partnered with home care app AIDE to provide people the convenience of acquiring medical care without leaving the comforts of their own home.