Brian Perruccio, Owner

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Brian Perruccio

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.

HomeChoice and Meditation 101: An Introduction to Meditation

Thank you to Waltonwood Cary Parkway for hosting Meditation 101: An Introduction to Meditation. Niya Stafford-Hooks, Marketing Manager, was instrumental in bringing this talk to the residents and staff. It was a joy to talk about meditation basics, its benefits and to do some meditating with our friends at Waltonwood Cary Parkway- what a wonderful [...]

By |2018-03-21T17:10:23-04:00March 21, 2018|Categories: HomeChoice Home Care News|

The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimers Disease

Tony Rogers, co-owner of HomeChoice Home Care Solutions, presented "The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimers Disease" at the Bladen County Dementia Awareness Series in Elizabethtown, NC. He is pictured here with Rachel Hodnett, Lumber River Council of Governments today.There were 65 people in attendance including an Elizabethtown Town councilman. Tony loves being a [...]

By |2018-03-21T08:12:30-04:00March 21, 2018|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia, HomeChoice Home Care News|

Brian Perruccio of HomeChoice Home Care in the Victory Ride to Cure Cancer

On Saturday, May 19, 2018, I'll be riding 30 miles in the Victory Ride to Cure Cancer, a cycling event benefiting the V Foundation for Cancer Research. I've committed to raising $1,250 to help the V Foundation declare victory over cancer because I believe a cancer-free world is possible, and I believe the V Foundation [...]

By |2018-02-28T15:19:45-04:00February 28, 2018|Categories: HomeChoice Home Care News|Tags: , |

Talking to Dad about Home Care Services for Mom

Your mother and father have been married for over 60 years. They met shortly after he returned home from World War II, fell in love, and were quickly married. For the most part, they had a wonderful marriage, but they certainly had challenges along the way. Your mother recently suffered from a stroke and while [...]

By |2018-02-15T07:25:43-04:00February 15, 2018|Categories: Senior Care Advice|Tags: |

Preventing Falls Through Experienced Home Care for the Elderly

Falls are the number one cause of accidental death among seniors at home. They can be caused by a number of factors. It could be the result of less strength the senior possesses in their legs, causing them to lose balance and be unable to regain it in time. It could also be caused by [...]

How Are YOU Doing? Letting Others Care About You

It is probably the most common exchange in the human language. Conversations begin with "how are you doing?" and no matter how genuine the interest of the person asking, most people will simply respond "Fine". This may be the easiest of pleasantries, but it could also be a contributor to your stress. In your role [...]

By |2018-01-12T17:20:54-04:00January 12, 2018|Categories: Caregiver Wellness & Tips|Tags: |

Talking to Relatives About Home Care for Elderly Loved Ones

Mary knew that it was time to talk to her sisters about their father's failing health, but she dreaded the conversation. He'd been declining for months, but since her sisters lived all across the country, they hadn't seen the problem for themselves. Home care was the right option, but she had a feeling that her [...]

By |2017-12-04T12:12:25-04:00December 4, 2017|Categories: Senior Care Advice|Tags: , |

Tips for Caring for a Senior Living with COPD

COPD is a common disease, with more than 30 million people throughout the United States living with the condition, and is the third leading cause of death, leading to the death of more than 120,000 Americans each year. As a family caregiver this illuminates how important it is for you to give your senior loved [...]

By |2017-12-01T08:50:31-04:00November 21, 2017|Categories: Arthritis & Pain Management|Tags: |

Are You Caring for Your Parent Too Much in Their Early Stage of Alzheimer’s?

When you find out that your aging parent is living with Alzheimer’s disease, it is easy to find yourself overwhelmed with the realities of the progression of this disease, and determined to take on as many responsibilities as possible to ensure that your parent’s needs are met. While it is important to ensure that your [...]

By |2017-11-17T14:38:30-04:00November 17, 2017|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia|Tags: |

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