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home help

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhome helpˌhome ˈhelp noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 British EnglishMN someone who helps ill or old people in their homes with cleaning, cooking etc
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home helpFor example those over 75 are six times more likely to receive a home help than those aged 64-75.Even a weekly visit by a local authority home help - when it was finally arranged - was not enough.Local information from user and carer groups had revealed a basic home help cleaning service was highly valued by many clients.Does the patient receive any services, e.g. district nurse; home help.We urge parents to plan ahead for postpartum home help.We've also got social work services, home help, meals on wheels, children's homes and old peoples homes.
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