We define caregivers as relatives or friends who provide a wide range of unpaid care to dependent children, spouses, parents, sibilings, other relatives, friends and/or neighbors. Care giving are the actions of providing care to these individuals. A caregiver is typically a family member, or friend who willingly sacrifices time, energy and, in some cases, their entire being to tend to the needs of a loved one. A caregiver as one who is prepared to be with the patient day and night, through thick and thin, providing anything and everything their care recipient needs. For most, that means "around the clock" care. Many caregivers exist on little sleep and likely experiences physical, emotional and mental exhaustion over a prolonged period of time.
Care.com is a public corporation headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, that helps families find child care, senior care, special needs care, tutoring, pet care, housekeeping, etc. The site has 22 million members across 19 countries, and attracts 6.4 million unique visitors a month, with a new job posted every 30 seconds.
Care.com helped customers find babysitters, tutors, pet care and senior care. The site has since expanded to offer other services, such as housekeeping and care for military families and special needs children and adults. Users can search, post jobs and look at caregiver profiles for free. Then they can pay a monthly, quarterly or yearly subscription fee to contact caregivers and get background checks. The site also helps people find job opportunities in their area by posting a free profile and applying to openings. The company offers a babysitting rate calculator that helps parents calculate what to pay their sitter.
Care.com is also offered as an employee benefit by 150 companies and organizations, such as Google and Facebook.
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