Are You a Family Caregiver? Say, "Yes, I am!"

December 2009
PN;Dec2009, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p36
Trade Publication
The article offers information on caregiver as a profession. It states that caregivers are described in ways that deal with their profession, family situation and ethnic background. It adds that being a caregiver is considered a summation of different aspects that show the society something about them including age, gender and job description. It also adds that caregivers are combination of a wife, a mother and a grandmother.


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