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A person who gives care to people who need help taking care of themselves. Examples include children, the elderly, or patients who have chronic illnesses or are disabled. Caregivers may be health professionals, family members, friends, social workers, or members of the clergy.
A caregiver provides assistance in meeting the daily needs of another person. Caregivers are referred to as either "formal" or "informal." "Formal" caregivers are paid for their services and have had training and education in providing care.
Assisting with personal care: bathing and grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise. Basic food preparation: preparing meals, shopping, housekeeping, laundry, and other errands. General health care: overseeing medication and prescriptions usage, appointment reminders and administering medicine.
Take a look at these top caregiver responsibilities: Assess medical needs. Checking on your senior loved one's health is an important caregiver responsibility. ... Prepare a care plan. ... Assist with basic needs. ... Provide companionship. ... Help with housekeeping. ... Monitor medications. ... Assess your care plan regularly. ... Prepare meals.
"Informal" caregivers, also called family caregivers, are people who give care to family or friends usually without payment. A caregiver gives care, generally in the home environment, for an aging parent, spouse, other relative, or unrelated person, or for an ill, or disabled person.
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The most common type of caregiver is the family caregiver: someone who takes care of a family member without pay. The other types are professional, independent, private, informal, and volunteer caregivers.
Five Tips for Caregivers: How to Make Time for Yourself. ... Schedule \u201cme\u201d time. ... Try meditation, prayer, tai chi, or yoga. ... Prioritize your physical health. ... Find support with friends, family, or a caregiving group. ... Don't be afraid to ask for a little extra help.
Self-Care for Caregivers Take time for yourself and your own needs. ... Eat a well-balanced diet. ... Exercise by taking short walks daily or at least three times a week. Listen to guided relaxation recordings or relaxing music. Schedule short rest periods between activities. ... Set limits for what you can do.
What do caregivers need most? Help with caregiving. ... More financial support. ... Emotional support. ... Recognition and understanding. ... Time to recharge.
Caregiver Duties & Responsibilities List 1) Personal Care. It's not uncommon for elderly patients to struggle with day-to-day tasks. ... 2) Meal Planning and Food Preparation. ... 3) Transportation. ... 4) Companionship. ... 5) Medication Management. ... Caregivers Skill #5: Patience and Problem-Solving.

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