We are also able to carry out home visits to disabled, elderly or otherwise housebound individuals.
housebound for two years.
housebound to take part in community activities.
housebound Londoners affected by HIV.
housebound patients, there is a District Nursing service based at the Health Center.
housebound residents are also still available.
housebound people in Brighton & Hove 365 days a year.
housebound person the notice will have to be taken at home.
I'm virtually housebound for the rest of my life, " she told the District Court in Brisbane.
There is also a restricted home visit service for those who are totally housebound.
Of the 12 people who died in 2002/03, three had recognized mobility problems and were either housebound or regularly used walking aids.
These include giving lifts to hospitals or doctors ' surgeries, or even just for a social visit for someone who is normally housebound.
Her health was poor and kept her in Colombier, often housebound.
Now retired, Professor Cross recently became housebound in his personal battle against cancer.
Heartless 3:14pm today DISABLED people have been left housebound after " irresponsible idiots " stole parts from a community minibus.
All our patients are seen routinely 6 months including housebound.
Each week Food Chain volunteers gather at six kitchens to cook and deliver tasty, healthy meals to housebound Londoners affected by HIV.
You might be organizing free delivery for housebound people, or supervising the heroin substitute methadone and helping a patient 's recovery from addiction.
Visits are for the housebound and those too unwell to attend the surgery.
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