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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

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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04 Dec

How Will Dad’s Stroke Affect His Life at Home? (And Other Questions You Need to Ask)

When someone has a stroke, it can be a huge shock, not only to the person in question, but also their close family members. By their very nature, ...
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27 Nov

How Do I Talk to a Loved One Who is Dying?

We don't like to think about it, but at some point we will have to say goodbye to someone we love. If your parent, spouse, relative or close friend ...
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24 Nov

Dad Suffers From Diabetic Nerve Pain and Vision Problems: How Can I Keep Him Safe at Home?

Life expectancy is on the rise, but so too is the number of US citizens suffering from Type II Diabetes. According to the American Diabetes ...
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22 Nov

Don’t Face the Role of Caregiver to Your Elderly Parent Alone

Despite being entirely focused around the needs of another, the role of caregiver can be a lonely one, not to mention emotionally and physically ...
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20 Nov

How Do I Prevent My Elderly Parent from Having Another Fall at Home?

A fall in the home for an elderly person can result in a serious, potentially life-threatening injury. If your parent has already had a fall scare, ...
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15 Nov

I Want to Care for my Elderly Parent at Home, But I Need Respite Too!

Caring for a loved one is an admirable, but also exhausting and challenging, role to take on. Many adult children end up as a caregiver to an elderly ...
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13 Nov

What to Say (and What Not to Say) When Communicating With a Loved One Who Has Dementia

When someone you love has dementia, their behavior is likely to change, and sometimes conversations can become difficult. Knowing the dos and don'ts ...
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03 Nov

Can Mom Keep Her Dignity Even If She Needs Long-Term Care?

Making the decision to get help with the care of your elderly parent is a big and important step. For many people, the real challenge comes with ...
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23 Oct

What's Going On with My Parent's Dementia?

Coping with the news that your mom or dad has been diagnosed with a long-term, progressive decline in their mental ability is a lot to take in. You ...
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