What are the qualities of Caretaker?


Caretaker are responsible for the care.  Caretaker should be responsibile for dressing, the safety and emotional needs of the child.

Here  a glance of the qualities of good caretaker.


A caretaker should be with a  sense of empathy for  being cared for. A sense of personal understanding and connection is vital for  caring  a small child in daycare. Good caretaker being able to identify and can create a sense of calm and trust for those being cared for.


Patience plays an impotant role of caretaker. Caretaker should be separate from potential anger and resentment. Providing high-quality care services.

Realistic Outlook

Understanding the limitations of those  care for can help reduce tension in the environment. Good caretakers recognize capabilities and encourage self-sufficiency and providing necessary levels of care and attention. Having realistic expectations about what an individual you care is capable of can help you provide individualized and appropriate care.


Soothing Nature

People in care-taking situations must be prompted to eat, drink and cooperate to some degree in their own care. Being a voice of encouragement is a good quality for a caretaker and is the ability to calm and assure those being cared for.


Reliability is a vital trait in a caretaker. People receiving care  rely on and depend upon their caretakers and feel a sense of personal attachment. Caretakers must be on time, p if administering food is part of the position’s responsibility.


 I will be writing daily for the NaBloPoMo and this is my post for day 30


10 thoughts on “What are the qualities of Caretaker?”

  1. Very good points Humaira. I dont know if parents can really judge a person in few meetings but staying alert and being careful is really important. Thanks a lot for writing for #MondayMommyMoments 🙂

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