A family caregiver may be a parent caring for a child with serious medical issues, or a young adult taking care of a grandparent with a heart condition. A caregiver may be a sister caring for a brother with schizophrenia, or a husband supporting and caring for a wife with dementia. Often, caregiving involves a combination of roles – everything from a simple trip to the grocery store or a medical appointment – to 24/7 care involving medication administration or comoplex medical services. A caregiving role may last a few months or a lifetime. And with caregiving come lots of questions. This guide provides answers. Download the AARP Idaho Caregivers Guide