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Caregiving and COVID-19

Written by: Austin Mardon,Alexandra Gross,Gina Schopfer,Elisia Snyder
Narrated by: Levon Vokins
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Publisher's Summary

Over eight million Canadians are providing unpaid, informal care work to elderly or disabled family members and friends, saving the government billions of dollars annually. This work is critical to the functioning of society, yet it has historically been performed silently and without reward.

Consequently, the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately exacerbated the day-to-day challenges faced by caregivers, leaving them to fall through the cracks while the rest of the world struggles to adjust to a new normal. In an effort to turn the spotlight on this undervalued demographic, this book will highlight some the key challenges faced by informal caregivers of the following dependents; young children and youth, aging adults, and the chronically ill and disabled.

By listening to Caregiving and COVID-19: A Critique of Pandemic Privilege, you will gain insight into the intersectional experiences of caregivers, both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, the ways in which the quality of life of these individuals can be improved in our post-pandemic world, and how you can play a part in making sure these caregivers receive care themselves.

©2020 Austin Mardon (P)2021 Levon Vokins

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