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How to use caregiver in a sentence
Simon said one of his caregivers later told her of how he reacted when their daughter walked into his room.Frank Anderson, 87, cared passionately about feeding the homeless in D.C.|Dana Hedgpeth|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Indeed, many of these men are or have been “high-intensity” caregivers, responsible for an adult, or a child with medical or behavioral issues.Dads say they want to be equal caregiving partners. Now they just need to do it.|Kristen Bellstrom|February 4, 2021|Fortune
He cannot be left alone, and we have cycled through a number of caregivers trying to find someone who can stay with him for even a few hours.Sharing the workload at home when one child has special needs|Meghan Leahy|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
“It’s out of control,” said Carolyn James, 73, of San Antonio, who is a Realtor in normal times but is now the caregiver for her 98-year-old mother, Geraldine James Smedler.Most Americans say the coronavirus pandemic is not controlled, Post-ABC poll finds|Amy Goldstein, Emily Guskin|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
Shuster stresses that caregivers are an especially important part of Alula’s customer base as many cancer patients simply do not have the energy to organize the support coming their way throughout their treatment.Backed by Chelsea Clinton’s venture capital fund, this startup aims to make having cancer less lonely|Rachel King|January 11, 2021|Fortune
The caregiver Fatu had acted fast – the temperature reading on the Thursday night was high.
For Easley, one of the most important steps to helping her husband was learning to legitimize her own position as a caregiver.
Easley is earning money for the family as a part-time caregiver, through the Veterans Administration.
Now 41 years old, Nelosar works as a caregiver for senior citizens and lives in Queens, New York.
First of all, it completely undermines me as a trustworthy and compassionate caregiver.Pediatrician: Don’t Make Me the Bad Guy By Teasing Your Kid About Shots|Russell Saunders|February 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the empathic paradigm, the subjectivity of the other is "assumed to be as whole and valid as that of the caregiver" (p. 68).
"To care for" seems to require that the caregiver see oneself as caring person reflected in the other (Watson, 1987).