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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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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.
The majority of child care providers in the state hold the same certification as Spalding - registered family child care for in-home services, Hynes said.
In 2005, an estimated 80,000 developmentally disabled people in the US were waiting for in-home help or an opening in a group home.
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.
In-home technology prototypes illustrate how tiny silicon-based sensing devices, discreetly embedded in objects such as shoes, furniture and home appliances, could make it possible for elders, Alzheimer's disease patients and others with disabling conditions to continue to live at home.
While improvements in policies have expanded in-home coverage and have increased the flexibility in obtaining caregivers, the changes will continue.
Title III, State and Community Programs, receives the bulk of OAA funds and provides a broad range of supportive and social services including congregate and home-delivered meals, senior centers, in-home and community-based care, and the new National Family Caregiver Program.
In-home care can be tailored to individual family needs, and, in the case of multiple children, can be the most convenient and cost-effective option.
Department of Health and Human Services reported that "[m]inority children, and in particular African American children, are more likely to be in foster care placement than receive in-home services, even when they have the same problems and characteristics as white children." Most white children who enter the system are permitted to stay with their families, avoiding the emotional damage and physical risks of foster care placement, while most black children are taken away from theirs.
On March 26, 2002, the DeKalb County, Georgia, commissioners adopted a new zoning ordinance that allows in-home music instruction.
Bed interventions consisted of complete encasement of the mattress, box spring, and pillows plus either weekly professional or in-home laundering of nonencased bedding.