Office for the Aging

What is a Caregiver?

A Caregiver is an individual who helps a person to remain in their home.  They help to provide an assortment of services and help.  A Caregiver can be a spouse, a member of the family, a friend, a co-worker, or even a individual hire through an agency.  You do not need to be providing 24-hour care to an individual to be considered a Caregiver, nor do you need to live with them.



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What are some of the things a Caregiver does?