Independence Sample Clauses

Independence. The Party will act in an independent capacity and not as officers or employees of the State.
Independence. This expected outcome requires that "residents are assisted to achieve maximum independence, maintain friendships and participate in the life of the community within and outside the residential care service". Team’s findingsThe home meets this expected outcome Residents are assisted to enhance their independence, maintain friendships and links with community life as appropriate and family and friends are welcomed to visit regularly.Residents’ social and physical independence needs are identified initially, regularly reviewed with strategies identified to foster their independence. Strategies include one on one outings with a staff member for lunch, coffee or shopping, assistance to order take away meals and flexible visiting hours. Residents are assisted with their mobility and sensory aids and there are bus outings once or twice weekly to venues of interest. Staff confirmed and were observed encouraging residents with their walking and exercises and residents were observed walking around with and without mobility aids. Residents confirmed that they are encouraged and supported to maintain their independence.
Independence. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, all employees and representatives of the Provider providing the scheduled services to the Recipient will be deemed for purposes of all compensation and employee benefits matters to be employees or representatives of the Provider and not employees or representatives of the Recipient. In performing such services, such employees and representatives will be under the direction, control and supervision of the Provider (and not the Recipient) and the Provider will have the sole right to exercise all authority with respect to the employment (including, without limitation, termination of employment), assignment and compensation of such employees and representatives.
Independence. This expected outcome requires that "care recipients are assisted to achieve maximum independence, maintain friendships and participate in the life of the community within and outside the residential care service". Team’s findings The home meets this expected outcome Care recipients are assisted to achieve maximum independence, maintain friendships and participate in the life of the community within and outside the residential care service. Staff document care recipients’ preferences to enable staff to support their optimal social and physical independence. Care recipients who wish to continue their membership of groups within the wider community are supported to do so. Staff provide adaptive equipment and support the use of mobility, sensory and communication aids to promote independence and the involvement in activities of interest. Staff welcome visitors, facilitate representatives joining outings and assist care recipients wishing to pursue special interests. Care recipients and representatives are satisfied with the level of support and encouragement available to care recipients to optimise their independence.
Independence. This expected outcome requires that "residents are assisted to achieve maximum independence, maintain friendships and participate in the life of the community within and outside the residential care service". Team’s findingsThe home meets this expected outcome. On entry to the home residents’ needs and preferences for maintaining an independent lifestyle are assessed by nursing, diversional therapy staff and allied health staff. In consultation with the resident and/or their representative a care plan is formulated and regularly reviewed to support residents’ social and physical independence. Residents are assisted to access and use mobility and other aids to optimise their independence. External walking paths are well maintained. Residents are assisted to maintain community links and to participate in regular bus trips. A volunteer run kiosk is available to residents who are unable to leave the home for the purchase of small items for day-to-day use. Residents and representatives confirm their satisfaction with the support residents receive to maximise their independence.
Independence. Applicant acknowledges that the rights and obligations of Citibank under the Credits are independent of the existence, performance or nonperformance of any contract or arrangement underlying the Credits, including contracts or arrangements between Citibank and Applicant and between Applicant and the beneficiary of any Credit. Citibank shall have no duty to notify Applicant of its receipt of a Draft, certificate or other document presented under any Credit or of its decision to honor any such Credit. Citibank may, without incurring any liability to Applicant or impairing its entitlement to reimbursement under this Agreement, honor any Credit despite notice from Applicant of, and without any duty to inquire into, any defense to payment or any adverse claims or other rights against the beneficiary of any Credit or any other Person. Citibank shall have no duty to request or require the presentation of any document, including any default certificate, not required to be presented under the terms and conditions of any Credit. Citibank shall have no duty to seek any waiver of discrepancies from Applicant, nor any duty to grant any waiver of discrepancies which Applicant approves or requests. Citibank shall have no duty to extend the expiration date or term of any Credit or to issue a replacement letter of credit on or before the expiration date of any Credit or the end of such term.
Independence. The Borrower acknowledges that the rights and obligations of each Issuing Bank under each Letter of Credit issued by it are independent of the existence, performance or nonperformance of any contract or arrangement underlying such Letter of Credit, including contracts or arrangements between such Issuing Bank and the Borrower (other than the Credit Documents and the Issuer Documents) and between the Borrower and the relevant beneficiary.
Independence. This expected outcome requires that "care recipients are assisted to achieve maximum independence, maintain friendships and participate in the life of the community within and outside the residential care service". Team’s findings The home meets this expected outcome The home has a system to ensure that care recipients are assisted with achieving and maintaining maximum independence, friendships and participation in community life both inside and outside the home. Care recipients are supported to continue to maintain their community friendships and the information is shared with families and visitors through newsletters and resident/representative meetings. The activities programs are displayed throughout the home on notice boards. Care recipients/representatives confirm they are satisfied with the assistance provided by the home in relation to the supporting care recipients’ independence.