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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The Shire BRAVE Awards is an international program created by Shire to honor the courage and dedication of individual 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.

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