The care reciever will get up in the night to go to the bathroom without physical assistance. They use a cane and a rollator to ambulate.
There are two care providers. One care provider does more "assisting" than the other care provider.
One care provider observes that the more "assisting" seems to make the care receiver less able to do the two daily routines mentioned.
When the care provider that does more "assisting" has other obligations, like work, the other care provider has a more stressful time with care receiver.
Any thoughts for both caregivers?