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Once older adults become less self-sufficient, one or more adult children often assume the role of family caregiver. Unfortunately, this situation is usually perceived as stressful by caregivers. To better understand this process, we interviewed intergenerational triads: older adults, their adult children acting as caregivers, and their grandchildren. The study results show that the commitment of caregivers is quite strong regardless of the place where they live. In addition, the gender ofdoi:10.1145/2851581.2892386 dblp:conf/chi/GutierrezOV16 fatcat:hxivqzygtbfp3kjss25cdpjo24