Question: Who is the chaperone of an unmarried girl?

A chaperone (also spelled chaperon) in its original social usage was a person who for proprietys sake accompanied an unmarried girl in public: usually she was an older married woman, and most commonly the girls own mother.

What is chaperone person?

(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a person (such as a matron) who for propriety (see propriety sense 2) accompanies one or more young unmarried women in public or in mixed company.

Why do doctors need chaperones?

A chaperone may be provided to help protect and enhance the patients comfort, safety, privacy, security, and/or dignity during sensitive examinations or procedures. The chaperone is frequently also present to provide assistance to the health professional with the examination, procedure or care.

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