Residential care

Residential care – in terms of Social Services in most jurisdictions, this is the care given by the Social Services in one country towards these persons who are incapable and who are not physically able to take personal care of them. For example, old people get regularly food and medical services in their own homes, where visited by medics and social workers. Homeless people get residential care until they are able to stand on their own feet and respectively to start building their own life.

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