Finding a caregiver outside of your family
A caregiver is generally defined as someone within a family or close friendship circle who is caring for a sick or elderly family member or friend. Generally the care is given within the home of the sick or elderly person or within the home of the caregiver.
Nearly two-fifths of the US population call themselves a caregiver of some kind and at some level, whether it's full or part time care. However, this still leaves a large population of the sick or elderly without a primary caregiver.