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day centre

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishday centreˈday ˌcentre noun [countable] British English  a place where sick or old people or people who have a particular problem can go during the day to be looked after, to meet other people, or to get helpday centre for a local day centre for homeless people
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day centreSome proposals include provision of a day centre and respite care.A segregated unit within an existing day centre has just opened at Stockbridge House, Edinburgh.These included parents, under-fives workers, specialist workers, children's day centre organisers and playgroups organisers.The staffing at each of the day care centres consists of our paid day centre manager and 10-12 volunteers.For instance in Coventry, the local authority social services department provided the day centre.Their main line of support is through the day centre manager.About two to three of the residents go to the day centre on a daily basis.
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