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The Ezra Home Care Blog

Alexander Schechter, President and Founder

Alex has over 20 years of experience in the health and wellness industry. He is deeply committed to providing families and loved ones with unsurpassed care by promoting quality services, ethical business standards, and superior employment practices. Alex founded Ezra Home Care with the goal of providing peace of mind for family members by improving the quality of care and safety for their loved ones.
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Recent Posts

28 Mar

Does My Loved One with Dementia Have Depression and What Can I Do to Help?

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, depression is very common in dementia sufferers, especially in the early and middle stages of the disease. ...
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21 Mar

6 Considerations When Hiring a Home Care Company to Help Your Loved One with Parkinson’s Live Safely at Home

Many adult children have to face having a serious discussion with a parent or loved one about their future care needs. Whether they can continue to ...
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14 Mar

3 Examples of Aggressive or Disruptive Behavior in Seniors with Dementia, and How to Cope with Them

If a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, as the family caregiver, you will need to understand certain facts about the changes in behavior the ...
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07 Mar

How Your Loved One with Multiple Sclerosis Can Continue to Enjoy a Good Quality of Life

Multiple Sclerosis is a serious degenerative disease that affects the central nervous system and leads to increasing mobility issues, lack of balance ...
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28 Feb

Understanding the Different Types of Dementia So That You Can Provide the Right Home Care for Your Loved One

There are many different types of dementia, so it is important to understand the differences, and be aware of the symptoms, causes and challenges of ...
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14 Feb

How Can My Elderly Parent Finance Home Care?

Long life spans are no longer the exception to the rule, but the rule itself. According to a University of Southern California study, Americans are ...
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08 Jan

Will Mom’s Life-Long Mental Illness Result in Her Being a Prisoner in Her Own Home?

One in five people over the age of 55 will experience a mental health issue, according to the American Psychological Association. These conditions ...
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02 Jan

New Year, New Challenges: Care Options For Your Elderly Parent Who Is No Longer Able to Live Safely Alone at Home

As the New Year begins, you may find yourself facing fresh challenges when it comes to caring for your elderly parent. Here, we look at some of the ...
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29 Dec

Debunking the Home Care Myths You May Have After Mom’s Heart Attack

Sudden illness or a major medical incident, such as a heart attack, can be a huge shock for an older person. Until recently, your mom may have been ...
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26 Dec

There’s No Way Mom’s Going to an Assisted Living Community, But What Options Do I Have?

If you're currently spending time at your mom’s house over the holiday season, or have just returned from a prolonged stay with her, it may have ...
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