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The Ezra Home Care Blog

19 Aug

4 Steps to Avoid Compassion Fatigue and Be Your Best Self as a Caregiver

Supporting a loved one that needs help sounds like a natural (and kind) inclination; however, several months or years of care may take their toll on ...
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12 Aug

5 Ways to Reduce Family Caregiver Stress When Your Loved One Needs Care

Stress, exhaustion and burnout are extremely common for family caregivers who spend time providing care to a loved one. You want to do everything you ...
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03 Aug

5 Signs It’s Time to Introduce Home Care for Your Parent or Loved One

There are some conversations we know are inevitable, but which we dread, and one of these is introducing the idea of Home Care to an elderly parent. ...
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05 Jun

8 Tips and Strategies to Prevent Falls for Older Adults

Falls are the leading cause of injury in older adults and often result in hip fractures, brain injury, immobility, and even early death. Here are ...
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30 Dec

KEEPING YOUR PARENTS SAFE THIS WINTER

We are all so focused on the pandemic, it is easy to forget the safety basics.
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10 Dec

Understanding Differences Between PCAs, HHAs and CNAs

Are you, or someone you know, considering hiring a caregiver for your loved one, but are overwhelmed trying to figure out which type of caregiver ...
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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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21 Mar

6 Considerations When Hiring a Home Care Company to Help Your Loved One with Parkinson’s Live Safely at Home

Many adult children have to face having a serious discussion with a parent or loved one about their future care needs. Whether they can continue to ...
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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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07 Mar

How Your Loved One with Multiple Sclerosis Can Continue to Enjoy a Good Quality of Life

Multiple Sclerosis is a serious degenerative disease that affects the central nervous system and leads to increasing mobility issues, lack of balance ...
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