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assist in something

to help with something. May I assist in this? Please assist in this task.
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assist (someone) at something

to serve as a helper or assistant in some procedure. (This usually refers to a surgical procedure.) Will you assist at surgery this morning? I would be happy to assist you at the procedure.
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assist someone in something

to help a particular person working on a task. Please assist Greg in the committee's assignment. We assisted him in the whole procedure.
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assist someone with someone or something

to help someone manage someone or something, especially with lifting or physical management. Assist me with Jane, won't you? Will you assist me with this heavy box? Sally assisted herself with the math problem. She did it on her own.
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Willging: Basically, assisted living is a customer-focused approach to facility-based long term care, whereas nursing homes became very much government-focused largely because the government provides most of their funding.
Peck: Was the reason behind this that the Workgroup's recommendations tended to be relatively prescriptive compared with ALFA's stance favoring consumer-directed assisted living?
Assisted Living Concepts and its directors, executive officers, other members of its management, and employees may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies from Assisted Living's stockholders in favor of the proposed merger.
Among prominent dissenting groups were the Assisted Living Federation of America, which preferred a more market-oriented stance, and the National Citizens' Coalition for Nursing Home Reform, which contended that the ALW's recommendations weren't generally tough enough.
Years ago, seniors who needed long term care and couldn't stay with adult children had few choices but to move into a nursing home, according to Sally Michael, president of the California Assisted Living Association in Sacramento, Calif.
Articles have proliferated in the national press pointing to the downside of promising too much to the assisted living customer.
Jack Kevorkian's appeal of a Michigan Supreme Court ruling that said there is no constitutional right to assisted suicide.
Janet Forlini, Senior Vice-President/Director of Public Policy, Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA): I was a staff person for the U.
The 18-month, 381-page study was prepared by the Assisted Living Workgroup, a coalition of nearly 50 member groups in the long term care industry, consumer advocates, regulators and accrediting bodies.
Even if you are for assisted suicide, you can recognize this decision as the making of new law, which is not the function of the courts.
Forming a REIT or utilizing other innovative capital market methods of financing for these owners is about the only option for financing an Assisted Living venture because traditional lenders are still holding back cash for this type of commercial property," Cavan said.
Assisted hatching is used to help the embryo hatch from its protective outer shell, the zona pellucida, and promote implantation in the uterine wall after embryo transfer.
Demand continues to soar, however, for a more complete continuum of elder care Recognizing these trends, officials of Sholom Community Alliance have responded with the Roitenberg Family Assisted Living Residence.
This may very well describe the financier in today's--and tomorrow's-- assisted living market.
Essentially, these proposals would eliminate current laws banning assisted suicide and create procedures, protocols, and safeguards to regulate its careful application to certain qualified, terminally ill people.