Being a caregiver is not an easy job. And it’s not just because of the pressure of taking care of someone else’s health and well-being that’s overwhelming. While caregiving itself can be hard, it’s immensely rewarding as well, seeing your client get better or supporting them as they learn to live their life, independent of your help. Continue reading
The Global Caregiver Blog
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As a professional caregiver, you must possess the skills necessary to take care of an ailing patient. One of those skills involves communication—with your employer and with their loved ones. Continue reading
Caregiving is not just about fulfilling someone’s physical needs; it also involves developing a strong, lasting emotional bond with them. Continue reading
People looking after an aging parent (or any other loved one) are often forced to leave their jobs or at least settle for a reduced income due to unpaid leaves and extra costs. Taking care of an elderly person is a full-time commitment because of how dependant they are on their caregivers; meaning caregiver need to be present at all times. Continue reading
Caring for an elderly person is a huge responsibility and is a difficult task. Elderly adults are highly dependent on their caregivers. Caregivers have to take up several roles such as nurse, counselor, friend and even a parent at times. Continue reading
Caregivers play a pivotal role in other’s lives, looking after their needs, and ensuring their wellbeing. Unfortunately, most full-time caregivers face burn-out too fast and too soon after they start caregiving, not because their skills or dedication is lacking, but because they don’t have the support they themselves need to continue on their path. Continue reading
Commitments are a part of daily life. We have commitments to family, to friends and to our jobs. Continue reading