a worker, usually trained and state-certified, who provides care for elderly, sick, or disabled people in their own home.
- Home help
noun (social welfare, in Britain and New Zealand) 1. a person who is paid to do domestic chores for persons unable to look after themselves adequately 2. Also called home care. such a service provided by a local authority social services department to those whom it judges most need it
[hohm-hel-per] /ˈhoʊmˌhɛl pər/ noun 1. someone who provides part-time or full-time care for a sick or disabled person at home.
noun 1. an act or instance of entering an occupied residence with the intent to commit a burglary or other crime. noun 1. (Austral & NZ) aggravated burglary
[hohm-land, -luh nd] /ˈhoʊmˌlænd, -lənd/ noun 1. one’s native . 2. a region created or considered as a state by or for a people of a particular ethnic origin: the Palestinian homeland. 3. any of the thirteen racially and ethnically based regions created in South Africa by the South African government as nominally independent tribal […]