Most of us have been or will be a family caregiver for an older, sick, or disabled family member or friend. Maybe you don’t use the term “caregiver,” nor do you complain about it’s demands. The care you give is from love of a particular person, and carers do not expect anything in return. It’s a role that most people step into willingly.
Caregivers come from all areas of life. They are friends, neighbors, wives, partners, and husbands. The act of giving care calls on the daughters, sons, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren to look after another family member. And the most surprising fact, the tasks performed are provided without pay or any other form of compensation.READ MORE