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The Ezra Home Care Blog

Susan Z. Robins, Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Susan brings to Ezra Home Care more than 25 years of experience helping organizations, inside and outside healthcare, increase brand awareness, market share and revenues. She is responsible for developing Ezra Home Care’s sales and marketing strategy which includes increasing referral partner relationships, improving community relations, and developing and implementing the company’s online marketing strategy.
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Recent Posts

21 Feb

Understanding the Psychological Symptoms of Parkinson's: Hallucinations and Delusions

While there are many familiar physical symptoms associated with the development of Parkinson's disease, there are other lesser-known issues, too. ...
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07 Feb

Recognizing and Managing Family Caregiver Stress When Your Loved One in Boston Needs Support to Live Safely at Home

When you take on the role of family caregiver for a loved one, it can be difficult to admit that you need help. The many challenges faced by those ...
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31 Jan

What Would You Do If Mobility Issues Threatened Your Independence?

The ability to complete everyday tasks for ourselves, such as bathing, dressing, eating, even moving around, is something we take for granted when we ...
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24 Jan

Understanding the Behavioral Outbursts of Seniors with Dementia

Agitation, aggression and unpredictable behavior caused by cognitive issues can make being a family caregiver to a senior loved one challenging and, ...
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22 Jan

4 Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and How Home Care Can Help You Cope

Parkinson's Disease is a complex illness that affects each of its sufferers in different ways. There are some primary symptoms, however, that most ...
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19 Jan

When a Loved One Has Dementia, Coping with Grief Can Be a Challenge for Family Caregivers

Nothing can prepare you for the shock and grief of losing a loved one, but when that person has dementia, including Alzheimer’s, it's possible that ...
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17 Jan

The Benefits of Pet Therapy for Seniors with Mobility or Cognitive Issues

Pet therapy is widely recognized as a beneficial treatment for seniors with mental, physical and emotional health concerns. According to UCLA ...
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15 Jan

Demystifying the Options for Seniors in the Boston Area Who Are No Longer Safe to Live at Home Alone

Realizing that your elderly parent can no longer live safely, alone, can be worrying and stressful. However, there are many options available in the ...
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10 Jan

What to Expect When a Loved One Is Diagnosed with ALS & How Home Care Can Help

If a loved one is diagnosed with ALS, their life, and the lives of their family members, will change dramatically, and often quite suddenly. Here, we ...
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05 Jan

What is Multiple Sclerosis and How Will It Affect My Parent’s Mobility?

Your parent’s diagnosis of late-onset Multiple Sclerosis can mean big changes for them and for the family. Here's what to expect if your parent has ...
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