Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1(for old people) residencia de ancianos feminine(for old people) hogar de ancianos masculine(for mentally ill people) psiquiátrico masculine(for mentally ill people) hospital psiquiátrico masculine
- They have tried in vain to find a respite place in a care home with suitable facilities.
- Many years ago, I accompanied a friend to visit her rather confused great-grandmother who had recently moved to a residential care home.
- Pensioners living in care homes could lose part of their Pension Credit, under measures proposed by the Department of Health.
- My mother is 78 and lives in a care home.
- She has been an inspector for Cleveleys Park for many years and she confirmed that the standard of the care home was satisfactory.
- But finding a nice residential or nursing care home that will also take a husband and wife together is difficult.
- The night time rules will not apply to young workers in hospital, care homes, or cultural, artistic and sports activities.
- In this sense young people are victimised within and by a range of institutions which have a duty of care towards them, such as care homes, young offender institutions and the police.
- As soon as they'd given up the hope of finding my mother, I was immediately placed in a foster care home with the Walker's.
- A care home is the obvious answer, but Martha's will states that if one of the sisters does not take her in, Pauline gets all the money.
- Having a carer pop in to help them a couple of times a day is working fine at the moment but my mother-in-law occasionally mentions the idea that the two of them would be better off in one of the local care homes.
- Elderly people living in care homes currently get to "keep" £17.50 for their own private use, and to pay for everyday items such as hairdressing, clothes, toiletries and family gifts.
- At the time he was living on the streets, having run away from his care home.
- She is in an assisted care home, having had lung surgery.
- Nine years ago he entered a well-run local care home.
- Set that against the growth in the elderly population (the number requiring care homes is projected to double in 50 years) and it doesn't take a genius to see that there's a problem.
- Most people in care homes do not pay all their own fees and do not qualify for the winter fuel payment.
- If care homes are going to survive they will have to provide quality, private facilities.
- Good care homes are full and bad ones have vacancies, allowing everyone to say there is spare capacity in the system.
- Even if the local council pays some or all of the cost of your care, you still have some rights to choose your care home.