Caregiver Health

Summarized by Plex Health
Last Updated: 02 May 2022

A caregiver provides like someone that needs assistance dealing with themselves. The person who needs assistance may be a child, an adult, or an older adult. Some caretakers are casual caregivers. Caregivers may give care in the house or in a health center or other healthcare setting. The types of tasks that caretakers do may include: Helping with everyday jobs like bathing, consuming, or taking medicine; Arranging tasks and clinical treatment; Making health and economic choices. You might feel satisfaction from assisting a person else. Yet caregiving might additionally be stressful and sometimes even frustrating. Caregiving may involve meeting intricate demands without any training or assistance. You might be working and have others or children to care for. Many caretakers are affected by caregiver stress.

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