Resep Es Buah dan Brownis Cut Your Caregiver Some Slack Part of the organization system that is recommended for most senior citizens is the active presence of a close family member or friend who takes the role of “caregiver”. The job description of a caregiver is pretty wide and can include anything from buying your es buah groceries, to making sure your Medicare paperwork is all correct, to doing your taxes to cleaning your apartment. In fact, there really is no list of jobs that makes a resume of a good caregiver except for the one job of doing “anything you need her to do.”
But another quirk of the job of care giving is that it is an unpaid position. Your caregiver does what she does for one reason – to take care of you. If you can step back and look at it objectively, that’s a pretty amazing job especially because as old age advances, the demands on the caregiver can get more and more stressful.
While it’s not something we talk about openly, senior citizens have a bit of reputation of being demanding. Part of it are the many challenges we face just at a time when we are least able to handle them. Medical problems, fatigue and depression can be so debilitating that we are less able to tackle the issues of senior life just when they really need to be tackled.
The most common caregiver is probably the one of your children who happens to live closest to you. And since this important person is also a family member, its easy to “unload” on them when you don’t feel good, when you are confused, when you feel angry (which is a lot) or when you need something done. It’s easy to get impatient with them brownies kukus when something needs attention and they are not there to attend to it. And it’s easy to want that child to stay with you and never go home because you get lonely and if they were there all the time, then you wouldn’t have to worry about something coming up that needs attention because your caregiver can be there all the time.