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Ezra Home Care's Holocaust Survivor Program Featured on BBN

Ezra Home Care's Holocaust Survivor Program was featured on television! Jessica Zelfand and Alexander Schechter were featured on Boston's BNN-TV LIVE - Boston Seniors Count cable show.

We spoke about the history of the Holocaust, the inspiration for creating the Holocaust Survivor Program at Ezra Home Care, and we provided helpful caregiver tips on how to deal with clients that have lived through traumatic experiences.

BBN is a weekly, live, call-in cable television show hosted by the Elderly Commission staff with guest experts on topics of interest to senior citizens.  The show Airs live on Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. on Comcast Broadband Channel 9 or RCN Channel 15. The show is rebroadcast on Channel 9 every Sunday at 11:30 a.m. and Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. call 617-973-4848 during live broadcast to participate in discussions.BBN Live - Boston Seniors Count

Founded in 2008, Ezra Home Care offers live-in home care, 24-hour care, and hourly senior care.
All our caregivers are state-certified and provide services like personal carehousekeepingcompanionship, help with medication, and transportation assistance. We've spent 15 years refining our caregiver selection process to ensure families' peace of mind. Reach out for details and quotes.

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