There are different types of caregivers, each with their own unique set of skills and abilities.
- 1. Personal Caregivers: These caregivers provide care for a person in their own home, typically performing tasks such as bathing, dressing, and feeding them.
- 2. Nursing Home Caregivers: These caregivers work in nursing homes and provide meals, personal care, and assistance with activities of daily living to residents.
- 3. Family Caregivers: These caregivers take care of children or adults who are not able to take care of themselves due to a disability or illness.
- 4. Home Health Aides: These aides provide long-term care and assistance with activities of daily living in the home of the elderly or chronically ill patient.