Should the "Caregiver" worker be issued US Dept of Labor Standards?

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#1 Oct 17, 2012
I am very curious what the medical professionals, those whom have degrees in the medical field or Management Adminsitrative level of Medicine, say about this issue? And, should additional standards be recognized and/or implemented by the Dept of Labor? There are many laws, and government agencies that protect the elderly. But, what about the Caregiver? I am aware that many have ruined the professional reputation of individuals whom are dedicated workers in this field. Caregivers are scrutinized rigorously by family, lawyers, friends, and Professional Home Health Care agencies. Especially in California. I believe this has detered many dedicated and caring Caregivers to pursue any serious career goals due partially to this suspicion. Any input would be appreciated...Thanks.

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