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The Ezra Home Care Blog

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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18 Dec

7 Things to Consider When Caring for a Loved One With Alzheimer’s During the Holiday Season

When someone close to you has dementia, including Alzheimer’s, special occasions and celebrations can become more difficult, both for them, and for ...
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