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COVID-19 Precautions

Right at Home of Brooklyn, NY details what precautions they are taking to help protect seniors and caregivers from exposure to COVID-19 during the pandemic

Male caregiver helping an older male out of a car, with walker

Setting the Stage: Your Role When Providing A Loved One Care for Dementia

When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, family members often initially take on the responsibility of caring for their loved ones.  In addition, they must also figure out how to balance care for themselves as well as life’s other priorities in the process. Right at Home Brooklyn, NY looks into the different stages of Dementia and explores the behaviors you can expect, and helps uncover your role in providing care for each stage.  

Help Prevent The Spread of COVID-19 to a Senior You Love

Right at Home Brooklyn knows that during this time it is incredibly important to protect our senior loved ones from COVID-19.  Right at Home provides tips and resources you can use to help prevent your senior loved one during this pandemic.  

Caregiver assisting senior during holidays

Jump Into Winter! Elderly and the Cold

With some of the highest records for cold weather, we try our best to stay warm. Imagine if we get cold so easily, what about our elders? The elderly tends to feel the cold weather more than us, so it’s more dangerous for them than it can be for us to be outside, or under heated, in the cold weather.

Senior client and family

Thanksgiving and Talking with Loved Ones About Aging at Home

Having a conversation with aging loved ones may not be the easiest of conversations to have, but it is much needed for them to age in place and in good health. Through it all we at Right at Home Brooklyn are here to help, especially in this time of giving.

Virtual Dementia Live training in Boro Park

Recently Walter Ochoa presented the Virtual Dementia Live training to a large group in the Boro Park area of Brooklyn.

Presentation at Maimonides Medical Center

Recently, the Right at Home office of Brooklyn was invited to come and share their Virtual Dementia Tour to about fifteen hospital staff consisting of doctors, social workers, and administrators.

Virtual Dementia Tour at SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Walter Ochoa, owner of Right at Home Brooklyn, was the featured speaker at a staff training program at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.