Who Is A Family Caregiver?
Family caregivers provide unpaid care for a loved one in their home. They can be parents, grandparents, adult children, spouses, siblings, or other family members. They provide care for anyone across the lifespan, infant to elderly. Many caregivers are supporting both young and old loved ones. Caregivers provide in-home monitoring, management, supervision, and/or treatment.
Common caregiver tasks include:
To get an idea of how the stresses of caregiving are affecting you, take our caregiver burden assessment.