A caregiver is someone who cares for another person, while a caregiving role is more of a professional position.

Caregiving  is the act of providing care and support for someone else, typically a family member or friend. A caregiving role is often filled by people who are not related to the person being cared for and may provide services such as long-term medical care, assistance with activities of daily living, and financial support. Caregivers often have a strong emotional connection to the person they are caring for and may feel immense guilt or pressure when their loved one falls ill or requires regular care.

Caregiving is not always an easy task. Many caregivers find that their relationship with the person they are caring for changes drastically as they become more involved in their care. This can cause strain on both the caregiver and the person being cared for, as each parties’ needs become increasingly complex.

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