Brian Perruccio, Owner

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About Brian Perruccio

Owner at HomeChoice Home Care - A native of Portland, CT, Brian has lived in the Triangle since 1995. Brian received his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut in 1992 and then received his Masters of Sports Administration from St. Thomas University (Miami, FL) in 1994. He began his professional career at the University of North Carolina where he worked in the Athletic Department. His experiences in marketing, sales, customer service and brand management led him to home care business ownership in 2010. Brian is compassionate about providing the best care possible to his clients while also providing their family members the reassurance that their loved ones are in great hands. He is an avid mountain biker, golfer and a fan of the Boston Red Sox and the University of Connecticut Huskies. Brian resides in Apex, NC with his wife, Jennifer and their two children.

Why Proper Medicine Storage is Essential

Your elderly father lives alone, and the last few times you’ve been over to his house there were medicine bottles strewn all over the bathroom vanity. Not only is it unsafe, you’re pretty sure that some of dad’s meds have special storage requirements. But whenever you’ve tried to talk to him about implementing a better medicine storage system, dad just mumbles under his breath and walks away. What should you do?

By |2020-03-16T09:00:31-04:00March 16, 2020|Categories: Family Caregivers|Tags: , , , |

Caregiver of the Month – February 2020

Congratulations to Mateesha, our Caregiver of the Month for February. Caregiver of the Month - February 2020 Mateesha shown with her client, has been a CNA with HomeChoice since 2016. With years of experience, she is able to make real connections with those she cares for as well as the clients families. Thank [...]

By |2020-03-06T09:51:22-05:00February 29, 2020|Categories: HomeChoice Home Care News|Tags: , , |

The Importance of Keeping Seniors Socially Active

If you’re currently looking after an aging in place loved one, knowing how to keep seniors socially active may not be one of your caregiving priorities. But countless studies have shown that it’s vitally important to do so to ensure that your loved one enjoys a better quality of life.

How to Provide Long Distance Caregiving

Your elderly mother still lives about two hours away in the home you grew up in. Ever since dad passed away two years ago, mom has been able to continue aging in place on her own. But lately her health has taken a turn for the worse. Mom’s always made it clear to you and your siblings that she wants to remain independent for as long as possible. You want to honor mom’s wishes, but how can you assist her when you live so far away?

Caregiver of the Month – January 2020

Caregiver of the Month - January 2020 Congratulations to Demetrius, our Caregiver of the Month for January. Demetrius has lived in Raleigh for over 14 years and has been working as a CNA for 10 years. She joined HomeChoice in 2016 and has been a wonderful addition to our team. Demetrius has a [...]

By |2020-03-06T09:50:44-05:00January 31, 2020|Categories: HomeChoice Home Care News|Tags: , , |

5 Tips to Create a Caregiving To-Do List and Stick to It

Many people use to-do lists when planning a vacation, home improvement project or for managing their personal finances. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who take care of an aging in place loved one, a to-do list is also important so that you can more efficiently balance those informal caregiving duties with a household, job and kids.

Trip and Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors

One-in-four older Americans trip and fall every year, and falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries in the elderly population. If you’re currently caring for an aging in place loved one, helping them avoid a trip and fall will go more smoothly when using these prevention tips.

By |2020-01-06T08:00:18-05:00January 6, 2020|Categories: Safe Practices|Tags: , , , , |