Translation of day care in Spanish:

day care

servicio de guardería infantil, n.

noun

  • 1US

    (for children)
    servicio de guardería infantil masculine
    before noun day-care center guardería infantil feminine
    • Breda Costello received an award for her work with the elderly in the day care centre.
    • This makes the issue of providing quality, affordable day care of great interest to many families.
    • This is the reality of day care provision for many people with disabilities and the elderly in Bristol.
    • The 24-year-old who has Down's Syndrome has had no day care services for five years.
    • This will include new home care packages, more home help, and more day-care support.
    • Of course, fees are much higher in London: day care for my two children costs over £100 a day.
    • He said they were hoping to get interim funding from social services to re-open day care sessions for elderly people.
    • All monies collected are used to supplement the home support service and day care centre in Dunally.
    • Two day care centres for disabled people, the only ones in the area, are being shut down too.
    • Senior citizens enrolled in day care centres will be served free mid-day meals.
    • Age Concern appealed to politicians last week not to raise day care charges for the elderly.
    • The council says its home care and day care charges are in line with the Government's fairer charges criteria.
    • Grandparents commonly help raise children, although day-care facilities are available for working mothers.
    • They offer a complete range of day care and early education facilities.
    • Schools facing closures could incorporate day-care facilities.
    • People depending on day care help in Swindon are going to have to pay more for services.
    • It also cares for people with brain injuries and stroke victims, and provides respite and day care services.
    • This might encompass some residential care, day care and sheltered housing side by side.
    • Services including elderly day care, a sports centre and welfare and immigration advice have been closed to the public.
    • It's clear there aren't standards in place for nurseries and day care centres.
  • 2British

    (for old/disabled people)
    atención prestada durante el día a ancianos, minusválidos etc