Out-of-Home Care

Life Style / Adoption / Out-of-Home Care: Child care, foster care or residential care provided by persons, organizations and institutions to children who are placed outside their families, usually under the jurisdiction of juvenile or family court.

Other Words for Care

Care Verb Synonyms: be concerned, trouble oneself, feel interest, worry, fret, trouble, mind
Care Noun Synonyms: anxiety, worry, trouble, anguish, disquiet, distress, grief, sorrow, dolour, sadness, suffering, misery, woe, tribulation
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Medicare Part C

Health / Health Insurance / Medicare Part C: The part of Medicare that expands the list of different types of entities allowed to offer health plans to Medicare beneficiaries. Also known as Medicare+Choice. See also Medicare. MORE

Medicare Part B

Health / Dentistry / Medicare Part B: Medicare-administered medical insurance that helps pay for certain medically necessary practitioner services, outpatient hospital services and supplies not covered by Part A hospital insurance of Medi MORE

Medicare Part A

Health / Dentistry / Medicare Part A: Hospital insurance provided by Medicare that can help pay for inpatient hospital care, medically necessary inpatient care in a skilled nursing facility, home health care, hospice care and end-stage re MORE

Medicare Part D

Health / Dentistry / Medicare Part D: A prescription drug benefit for Medicare-eligible seniors and disabled persons. It was established as part of the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act (MMA) that President Bus MORE

Medicare Supplement

Health / Health Insurance / Medicare Supplement: A private medical expense insurance plan that supplements Medicare coverage. Also known as a Medigap policy. MORE

Parent or caretaker

Life Style / Adoption / Parent or caretaker: Person responsible for the care of the child. MORE

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