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Members of her extended family in England had been assessed and ruled out as carers.
19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Extended Family Care's Pittsburgh branch is expanding its already growing home health care division to include pediatrics.
In 2010, the Constitution was again changed to include extended family members.
ALMOST a third (31%) of families are providing financial support to their extended family and friends, according to the latest Aviva Family Finances Report.
In addition, 45% of women had had an extended family member--most commonly their mother-in-law or sister-in-law--interfere in their relationship; of these, 46% reported that the interference had a negative effect on their marriage, 17% a positive effect and 37% no effect.
Nafez Al Madhoun, Rapporteur of the Legal Committee in the Palestinian Legislative Council, had earlier attempted to convince members of the extended family to remove the portrait, but they refused.
Private fostering is where a child or young person goes to stay with friends or extended family members for more than 28 days.
A Welsh language channel is to collaborate with Al Jazeera to produce a new series about an extended family of "all-singing, alldancing, multi-racial sheep".