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The flats will be designed with the needs of frailer, older people in mind, with varying levels of care and support available on site.
Twelve-year-old Caleb is shorter, frailer, and more protected than most kids his age.
Often, the older they get the frailer, or less able to rationalise they also become.
Prof Middleton added people should not think that becoming weaker and frailer was an inevitable part of getting older.
"Chemotherapy and radiotherapy weren't an option so as a family we pulled together, helping her to still do the things she loved and making sure she was as comfortable as she could be." "When she became frailer, John Taylor's Hospice at Home Team came to support her.
Although elderly people entering residential aged care facilities now are older, frailer and have more complex care needs, the NSW government is introducing changes to the aged care sector that are reducing staffing levels and the skills mix in residential facilities.
It added that Lebanese companies participating in the monthly PMI survey reported frailer demand for goods and services, in addition to slower new orders from abroad for the fourth month in a row.
Karachi -- Amir Jamat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi Hafiz Naeem Ur Rehman on Thursday express concerns over the breakdown of Electricity in Mega City and also condemned frailer performance of K Electric and said that K Electric put the city into darkness.
And Marks looked much frailer with his famous long locks cropped short and sporting a pair of glasses.
They could do nothing, save see their cries getting frailer and sinking to sleep-forever.
"Most men who take calcium supplements tend to be older and frailer and have other health issues, and there's no guarantee that the statistical analyses, however well intentioned, can adequately account for and remove these confounders.