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04/26/10 Final May 12 th Wed at 11:15- NOT CUMULATIVE 2 forms of care giving: 1- Formal- trained for/ paid for a. Ex. Nurses, nurses aides 2- Informal- not paid for a. Ex. Family, loved ones, neighbors b. Usually drafted- whether or not you want it or not c. Expected to do it d. Most likely form of care giving - Both are extremely difficult jobs o Because when we care for children, we expect them to become gradually independent- less and less custodial care o However with old people- expect them to lose independence More and more custodial care Ex. Dementia- Alzheimer’s disease People receiving the care may not even recognize the loved ones who care for them Making things difficult for the caregiver - Caregiver Burden o Emotionally and physically demanding Slightly different for informal and formal o Informal- drafted Even if not trained for it b/c it is a family member- be even harder
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perhaps this is why sometimes a stranger is better for the job - Gender and Care Giving
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course SOC 200 taught by Professor Marrone during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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