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The Ezra Home Care Blog

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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10 Nov

Dad’s Hip Surgery Means He Faces Mobility Issues: What Can I Do to Help Make His Return from the Hospital Safe?

In the long term, hip replacement surgery almost always improves mobility and quality of life. However, in the weeks following surgery, keeping to a ...
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08 Nov

If You’re Suffering from Caregiver Fatigue Now Mom Needs Long-Term Care, Home Care Can Help

Mobility issues, fragility, forgetfulness and loneliness; watching your parent age can be very difficult. Knowing that you can’t be there for them ...
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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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01 Nov

Choosing the Right Home Care Provider for My Parent with Parkinson’s Disease

Caring for someone with Parkinson's Disease can be a full-time job. It's important to know that, regardless of how involved you wish to be in your ...
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20 Oct

Mom Needs Assistance to Live Safely, But Wants Her Independence - What Can I Do?

For many older people, there comes a time when it is no longer safe or possible for them to live alone in their own home. That doesn't mean, however, ...
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18 Oct

It’s No Longer Safe for Dad to Drive: How Can You Get Him to Hand Over the Car Keys?

There may come a time when you feel it's no longer safe for your elderly parent to drive. But how can you convince Dad (or Mom) to hand over the car ...
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16 Oct

Finding the Right Home Care Provider for Your Elderly Parent When Time is Short

If you have an elderly loved one who is suddenly being discharged from the hospital after a health crisis, or a parent with a worsening illness who ...
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13 Oct

Does Dad Have Depression After his Stroke?: Here’s a Warning Sign Checklist

If your dad is recovering from a major stroke, he could be at a heightened risk of depression. When somebody has a stroke, there can be very serious ...
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11 Oct

5 Questions to Ask When Looking for a Home Care Provider for Your Elderly Parent

If Mom or Dad can no longer live safely at home on their own, you may have already thought about finding home health care services to help at home. ...
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