Difference between Caretaker and Caregiver?

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The difference between a caretaker and a caregiver is that a caretaker usually cares for a property such as a home or a camp ground and a caregiver gives care to a person. A caregiver gives care to a person who is ill or a person who is unable to care for him or herself.
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A caretaker normally looks after a thing like a campground, a building, a factory.that sort of thing. A caregiver normally looks after a person like someone who is elderly, infirm
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'Take' has many definitions, not all of them mean 'to obtain' or 'to gain into one's possession' One definition is to make, or perform, basically, to 'do' something. "Take care
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Caregiver and caretaker have very similar meanings according to Merriam-Webster. A caregiver is who provides direct care for others such as a child, an ill person or an elderly person
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Anyone who offers practical support for someone who cannot care for himself is known as a caregiver. The person might work with children or adults and be a relative or a paid professional
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