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the proper activity of a person or thing

one's proper or expected function in a common effort

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the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group

what something is used for

normal or customary activity of a person in a particular social setting

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These findings suggest that personality and intrinsic factors are the most important determinants of taking up a caregiver role, rather than social aspects.
Unlike the Griffiths and Unger (1994) sample, siblings in the present study indicated no relationships between caregiving stress demands and distress to their willingness to assume a greater caregiver role and satisfaction with their injured siblings' long-term support plans.
The caregiver role was confirmed using the following question: "On a scale of 0-10, where 0 is 'no assistance' and 10 is 'assistance with all activities,' how much assistance does the person you care for require from you to complete activities of daily living due to problems resulting from his/her TBI?
Given the highly emotional nature of the caregiver role and the inevitable interplay with personality factors, resulting in high a prevalence of depression, anxiety, and psychosomatic symptoms, it is reasonable to assume that psychologically-oriented interventions may be more reaching than informative methods based on support, education and counseling.
In large families, the oldest daughter steps into the caregiver role, a role she assumes even while her mother is alive.
When her father has a heart attack, Ava is thrust into a caregiver role, looking after a man who never looked after her.
415's statutory language is clear a person or entity must affirmatively accept a caregiver role before a vulnerable adult can pursue a Ch.
Circumstances, such as Cesarean birth or other medical conditions, may thrust fathers into the primary caregiver role immediately.
Respite care can be a critical element of the home care process for those who have taken on a caregiver role for a son or daughter with a developmental disability.
Mikkelsen describes the challenges of living with a PD patient, transitioning to a caregiver role, and making sacrifices to support and meet his needs including resigning from employment and moving to a different state for better climate.
That caregiver role has important implications for healthcare providers.
While previous research with foster caregivers has examined caregiver role perceptions, satisfaction, and needs for training and support, there is a paucity of research specifically investigating caregiver involvement in the education of youth in foster care.
The average time spent in the caregiver role is about 20 hours per week.
Caregiver role strain: The contributions of multiple roles and available resources in African-American women.