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Informal caregivers are family members or friends who do not receive compensation for helping a senior with activities of daily living (eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, and transferring), and instrumental activities of daily living (medication management, finances, cleaning, using the telephone and technology, transportation, and cooking).

Formal caregivers are persons who are paid to provide care to a senior. Seniors looking to hire someone to help them at home, a retirement home, or a nursing home, may find that hiring a caregiver will help them achieve their goals, whether it be aging in place, or having the assistance they want, and in the time frame that they require.

Some seniors who live in their own home may not need help with personal care, but they do want the peace of mind knowing, that should something happen to them, someone is in the home who can contact help immediately. Other caregivers may not necessarily provide a senior with personal care, but will assist with daily living chores such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry service.

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