caregiver vs caretaker

caregiver caretaker


  • 1) Alternative spelling of care-giver.
  • 2) An individual, such as a family member or guardian, who takes care of a child or dependent adult.
  • 3) An individual, such as a physician, nurse, or social worker, who assists in the identification, prevention, or treatment of an illness or disability.
  • 4) a person who is responsible for attending to the needs of a child or dependent adult


  • 1) Someone who takes care of a person; a parent, carer or other guardian.
  • 2) Someone who takes care of a place or thing; someone looking after somewhere, or with responsibility for keeping a place in good repair.
  • 3) One that temporarily performs the duties of an office.
  • 4) One that is employed to look after or take charge of goods, property, or a person; a custodian.
  • 5) a custodian who is hired to take care of something (property or a person)
  • 6) an official who performs the duties of an office temporarily
  • 7) One who takes care of something.
  • 8) Temporary, on a short term basis.


  • 1) "No. Seems the mother's too ill to travel and the father's a reluctant caregiver.
  • 2) In-home hospice would provide a trained nurse for several days or a week to give a stressed-out caregiver a break.
  • 3) HPFacebookVoteV2. init (295727, 'Movie Review: The Boys Are Back', 'It\'s been 30 years since Kramer vs. Kramer took movie audiences by surprise with its tale of a workaholic dad forced to reorder his priorities to focus on being a caregiver (back before anyone had heard the term \ "caregiver\").
  • 4) Being a caregiver is a very hard job, and one that can go on for many years.
  • 5) When your caregiver is addicted to drugs, the streets may seem a far safer alternative than being trapped in a small apartment with an addict, subject to their unpredictable, erratic and abusive behavior.
  • 6) ‘My caregiver instantly volunteered the information that we were the doctor's family friends.’
  • 7) ‘It will also not impact upon the introduction of Filipino workers as caregivers, maids and crews.’
  • 8) ‘This was a time of new experiences for the military and for the women who volunteered to serve as caregivers.’
  • 9) ‘Sometimes clients or their families treat caregivers as maids or domestic servants.’
  • 10) ‘Make sure that her teachers and other caregivers are aware of her condition.’
  • 11) ‘They and their caregivers were able to perform satisfactory drainage at home.’
  • 12) ‘Most of the research on the health of caregivers has focused on psychological well-being.’
  • 13) ‘The authors assume that caregivers are the primary experts regarding a child's needs.’
  • 14) ‘Educational efforts to inform parents and caregivers can come from a variety of sources.’
  • 15) ‘Some caregivers reported the amount of care that was provided by hospice on a weekly basis.’
  • 16) ‘In wound care, we have not done much to factor in the contributions of lay caregivers.’
  • 17) ‘They serve on Parent Policy Committees and work in the centers as caregivers or volunteers.’
  • 18) ‘Assisting the caregiver in establishing a predictable routine for the patient is helpful.’
  • 19) ‘One primary purpose of the record is to communicate patient information to the next caregiver.’
  • 20) ‘You and your caregiver will be instructed on how to give your tube feedings.’
  • 21) ‘The patient then is discharged home with family members or a designated caregiver.’
  • 22) ‘The device is also portable and can be used without the assistance of a caregiver.’
  • 23) ‘The caregiver may report that the child was shaken to try to resuscitate it.’
  • 24) ‘We invite anyone who is interested to join us, from psychologists, to teachers and caregivers.’
  • 25) ‘The perioperative nurse is not often viewed as a patient caregiver, but is thought of as a technician.’


  • 1) He called the caretaker of the building who went into the flat to find her body.
  • 2) This would mean the appointment of a caretaker government.
  • 3) The job of a caretaker and a permanent manager are very different.
  • 4) One scenario could see a caretaker leader installed to take the party through the next general election.
  • 5) The normal constitutional procedure would have been for them to continue in a caretaker government.
  • 6) The retired school caretaker has previously said they had no plans to leave because it holds so many happy memories.
  • 7) The injury cost him his job as caretaker and health and safety chief and the house that came with it.
  • 8) England's caretaker boss names his squad today.
  • 9) He is favoured as an extended caretaker leader by the 11 petitioners.
  • 10) The caretaker Government accepted this week that it could not continue without external aid amid punishing borrowing costs.
  • 11) I enjoy my roles as mum and caretaker of the house.
  • 12) Neither country has been able to build a new government after elections in June and both are being run by caretaker leaders.
  • 13) His father was an Italian immigrant, a bricklayer and latterly a school caretaker.
  • 14) Within 24 hours, five members of the caretaker government had succumbed to public pressure to quit.
  • 15) There was no political motive, because the character of the caretaker Government is apolitical.
  • 16) Officers pounced on the 26-year-old school caretaker at 3am after keeping him under surveillance for at least a week.
  • 17) The use of the word "caretaker" suggests Mr. Ahmadinejad's task as head of the oil ministry might be only temporary.
  • 18) And the fact that he ` s in Kentucky with his family means he ` s willing to build what I call a caretaker support network, where there are people to back her up and make her feel like she has family around.
  • 19) 'Women can be more prone, simply because they are biologically programmed to be nurturers and to have what we call a caretaker personality.
  • 20) The boys 'sole caretaker is Elaine, who also acts as their surrogate mother.
  • 21) Her imitation of a human caretaker is providing scientists with new insight into social learning and the evolution of speech.
  • 22) This caretaker is sacrificing her life to do this.
  • 23) The primary caretaker is considered to hold a very special place in the child's affections, distinct from his attachments to others (Bowlby, J 1969).
  • 24) It may be that a caretaker is deeply concerned for a depressed friend, but struggles to imagine their experience.
  • 25) ‘On a typical day Ann arrives at school at least half an hour before the youngsters and stays - like her colleagues - until the caretaker locks the building at 5.30 pm.’
  • 26) ‘In addition, when we have permission from the local authorities, we are hoping to build an adjoining building for the caretaker, with a room added for the Sunday school.’
  • 27) ‘Khintu is the daughter of the caretaker of our building.’
  • 28) ‘About 8pm the caretaker of the building found the whole of the fourth floor two inches deep under water.’
  • 29) ‘‘The first phase was to ring the transport manager, the rest centre manager and the caretaker of the building,’ says Pam.’
  • 30) ‘He found the land, hired the caretaker and supervised the building of my house.’
  • 31) ‘At Bethlehem College Preschool, caretakers live on the property and are thought to deter foot-traffic.’
  • 32) ‘Joe Maguire who worked at the County Council in a number of capacities, most recently acted as caretaker for the building.’
  • 33) ‘It is known that the victim lived in Royal Mile Mansions, where police believe he was caretaker of the building.’
  • 34) ‘The baby is then placed in the custody of caretakers assigned to the Adoption Unit until he/she is adopted.’
  • 35) ‘I sympathise with the council because I know it will cost money to employ a caretaker but something has got to be done.’
  • 36) ‘In such cases, the parent-teacher associations should arrange a watchman or a caretaker to look after the children till their parents come to fetch them in the evening.’
  • 37) ‘Some members feel that if a caretaker was employed at the Community Centre, the problem of dumping household rubbish would not arise.’
  • 38) ‘He said a caretaker would be employed to ‘open and shut,’ the gates.’
  • 39) ‘He said once the project is completed the voluntary housing committee intends employing a full-time caretaker for the houses.’
  • 40) ‘They said the files were left by mistake, but said they were safe because they were in a secure building with instructions for the caretaker to contact them if they left anything behind.’
  • 41) ‘When the caretaker arrived early last Friday morning he found the building flooded, a TV smashed, a microwave and fridge broken.’
  • 42) ‘Firefighters rescued a mill caretaker after an arson attack left him trapped inside the building.’
  • 43) ‘Back then the building included a little flat for a caretaker, who kept the toilets clean and provided plenty of hot water for ‘mothers' needs’.’
  • 44) ‘A magnificent job is being done by the caretakers and green keeper.’
  • 45) ‘He stayed in football, managing several clubs in the Western League, and was caretaker manager at Exeter for a short while.’
  • 46) ‘‘Sometimes substitutions work, sometimes they don't,’ said caretaker manager Chisholm.’
  • 47) ‘But there is still no news on his future as caretaker manager.’
  • 48) ‘Prior to Connor's arrival, successful Youth team coach Mickey Feeney had acted as caretaker manager.’
  • 49) ‘Kharine made two appearances under Barnes before Kenny Dalglish immediately used him in his first four games as caretaker manager.’
  • 50) ‘With close friend Viv Busby still caretaker manager of the Minstermen, Crosby did not comment on the possibility of a return to York.’
  • 51) ‘The Guardian spoke to the Jenny Lind's caretaker manager, Dudley Cooke.’
  • 52) ‘Mercer became general manager of Coventry in 1972 and was caretaker manager of England for seven games.’
  • 53) ‘Assistant boss Brian Cottington has been appointed caretaker manager.’
  • 54) ‘Livingston, meanwhile, are making a case for caretaker manager David Hay to be appointed on a permanent basis.’
  • 55) ‘St Mirren caretaker manager John Coughlin was mightily relieved that Ricky Gillies was deemed fit to play.’
  • 56) ‘Hampton have deliberated on the successor to caretaker manager Brian Cottington for three weeks.’
  • 57) ‘A year ago he moved as a player/coach to Southport where Hesketh was caretaker manager.’
  • 58) ‘Agostinho Oliveira will bring the curtain down on his role as caretaker manager in Braga this week.’
  • 59) ‘Trevor Brooking was appointed caretaker manager of West Ham as Glenn Roeder recovered in hospital.’
  • 60) ‘The veteran striker - he is 37 in a fortnight - has been acting as assistant to caretaker manager Kevin Keen.’
  • 61) ‘That left caretaker manager Carl Serrant, and his team, chasing the game right from the start.’
  • 62) ‘A new Prime Minister, Hans Modrow, headed a caretaker government that shared power with the new, democratically oriented parties.’
  • 63) ‘She asked the government to accept public demands that it scrap the law and hand power over to a caretaker government.’
  • 64) ‘And caretaker manager Viv Busby recognises the value of a tight back line especially against the likes of Conference play-off hopefuls Aldershot Town.’
  • 65) ‘In addition, staff can help caretakers select an animal that is compatible with their environment and resources.’
  • 66) ‘This could actually be the result of incompatibility between behaviors typical of an animal breed and a caretaker's behavior or environment.’
  • 67) ‘Her father was the animal caretaker, and she assisted with the horses.’
  • 68) ‘The animal's caretakers are still unable to identify the gender because the mother zebra's protective instincts prevents close inspection.’
  • 69) ‘Taylor turned around to see Rowel, the oldest animal caretaker.’
  • 70) ‘These include employees with job titles such as animal caretaker, auto mechanic, custodian, baker and tree trimmer.’
  • 71) ‘In turn, animal-welfare professionals will hold individual caretakers accountable.’
  • 72) ‘The program features the story of a baby animal, and the struggles of the parents and caretaker in the months following conception.’
  • 73) ‘Cat caretakers will assist in keeping the cat area clean and safe at all times.’
  • 74) ‘The caretaker is responsible for all expenses, such as food and shelter, while the animal is under their charge.’

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