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The Ezra Home Care Blog

13 Dec

Getting Around a Parent’s Resistance About Hiring a Home Care Company to Help Them Live Safely at Home

Having a conversation with your mom or dad about Home Care can be hard for them, and uncomfortable for you. If you're meeting resistance from a ...
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11 Dec

What Can I Do to Help My Parent Recover at Home After a Mini Stroke?

If your loved one suffered a mini stroke, it is a warning sign that they need to make some lifestyle changes. It can also mean changes in your life, ...
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08 Dec

5 Questions to Ask if Your Loved One Has Parkinson’s and Needs Care at Home

Choosing the right Home Care company is a big decision - especially if your parent has Parkinson’s Disease. Here's how you can be sure you're making ...
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06 Dec

How Do I Care for My Elderly Parent at Home and Still Manage to Keep My Job?

Work, kids, relationships, and now an elderly parent who requires near full-time care at home; life can sometimes throw everything at you at once, ...
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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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01 Dec

My Loved One is Receiving ECT Treatments for Mental Health Issues: How Can I Provide Care at Home?

If the somewhat daunting term 'Electroshock Therapy' has been recommended by your loved one’s medical team, you might be wondering how it will affect ...
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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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