Question by It’s Just me…. Kiwi :) : What do you call the people who take care of old people? Are they called “Care-takers” or what?
Is there a “professional” name for it?

Like my friend works in a big house with 9
room and they are kinda like an old peoples home,
well she takes care of them every day monday – friday…
so like what would you describe her occupation as?

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Answer by SWEDEVIL
Yes, “Care Giver”

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