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Virtual Dementia Presentation

Walter Ochoa presented the Virtual Dementia Tour for a large gathering in Brooklyn.

Hamilton Park Rehabilitation Center Dementia Presentation

Walter Ochoa, owner of the Right at Home Brooklyn, held a Virtual Dementia Tour (VDT) presentation on October 25 at the Hamilton Park Rehabilitation Center in Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn.

Walter Ochoa Merchants of Third Avenue Civic Award

We are excited that owner of Right at Home Brooklyn, Walter Ochoa, has been selected to be one of the recipients of the Merchants of Third Avenue Civic Award for his contributions to the community!


Alzheimer's and Dementia Awareness Training

Walter Ochoa, owner of the Right at Home offices in Brooklyn and Staten Island, provides the Virtual Dementia Tour (VDT) the attendees come away better educated and better equipped to show daily compassion and empathy to those residents who suffer from Dementia of any kind.

Dementia Care Tips

Caring for someone with dementia can be extremely frustrating, but with these tips, you will be able to greatly reduce your stress and help you enjoy being a family caregiver once again.

What You Should Know about the Common Cold

Fall is here which means that cold and flu season is not far behind. As a family caregiver this is a time when you should be putting plans into place to protect your aging parent from the possible complications of these illnesses so that you are able to help them live a healthier, more fulfilling life throughout this time of the year.

Feel Grand with Jane Seymour

Today, Right at Home of Brooklyn, presented its “Feeling Grand” video and conversation meeting, Combating Fatigue, at the Narrows Senior Center in Brooklyn NY.

When a Senior Care Provider Should be Hired

When our parents get older and are unable to care for themselves, we will probably jump at the chance to provide the help they need. In some cases, the help of a family member is all the elder will need. However, when the elder is suffering from a serious condition, such as Alzheimer’s disease, a professional senior care provider may be needed.