Health Care (0)
Health Care is the set of clinical procedures that begin with the reported symptoms of discomfort from a patient, followed by the determination of a diagnosis carried out by a doctor, and culminating in the application of a treatment to heal the patient. Health Care also includes the prevention and cure of physical and mental diseases, applied to humans.
Lawn Care (0)
Lawn Care are the activities of planting, fertilizing, growing, irrigation and maintenance of cultivated areas with green grass, or any ornamental plant, low height, preferably green, with the aim of establishing a natural plant-like surface, where enjoy its beauty, recreation and entertainment.
Skin Care (0)
Skin Care is the application of products that enhance the characteristics of human skin, mostly practiced by women, involves the application of various products whether natural or artificial, in order to remove blemishes, enhance the beauty and freshness of a skin healthy, and give some degree of preventive maintenance, such as reducing or eliminating premature aging and prevent wrinkles, or stains.
Child Care (0)
Child Care is the care and supervision of young children, preferably under 8 years. The concept of Child Care has focused sharply in early education received by children in North America, known because of the repercussions of a child's experiences in adulthood, such as, for example, the formation of good habits. In other countries the concept of Child Care changes, according to their cultures and laws.
Hospice Care (0)
Hospice Care is the care and attention that are offered primarily to patients with terminal illnesses, in order to alleviate the symptoms of a terminal illness in such patients.
Home Health Care (0)
Home Health Care is health care provided to patients in their homes for professionals in health, such as nurses, doctors and other licensed medical personnel. It is not considered home health care when health care is provided by relatives or close, although the term home health care is used freely in both directions, but without specification.
Day Care (0)
Day Care is a service of caring for a child during the day provided by a responsible adult, and where is possible, with some degree of professionalism. Overall, Day Care is the care that runs someone outside the child's family, and lasts for a specified period of time, for example, during hours that parents are working.
Foster Care (0)
Foster Care is a care and protection system, which receives a minor, by order of a family court, where the minor is placed in the care of a person with attributes and certifications to take daily care of minor.