carer

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carer

(ˈkɛərə)
n
(Social Welfare) social welfare a person who has accepted responsibility for looking after a vulnerable neighbour or relative. Usual US and Canadian term: caregiver See also caretaker3
Translations
skrbnikstrežnik

carer

[ˈkɛərəʳ] N (professional) → cuidador(a) m/f (de atención domiciliaria); (relative, friend) persona que cuida de un incapacitado

carer

[ˈkɛərər] n
(unpaid) (= relative) [invalid, old person] personne qui s'occupe d'un proche
to be the main carer of a child → avoir la garde d'un enfant
(paid) [child, invalid, old person] → aide mf à domicile

carer

nim Sozialbereich Tätige(r) mf; the elderly and their carersSenioren und ihre Fürsorgenden
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Psychological frailness and strength in an AIDS-affected community: A study of seropositive gay men and voluntary caregivers.
Current accumulation models typically ignore other resources or spending habits, such as long-term care insurance, voluntary caregivers, and relocation to places with a lower cost of living.
The Shire BRAVE Awards is an international program created by Shire to honor the courage and dedication of individual voluntary caregivers.

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