Judy and Bruce Gropper, Owners of Right at Home Palm Beach Gardens
Right at Home Palm Beach is owned and operated by Bruce and Judy Gropper. Bruce graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in General Studies after attending Roslyn High School where he met his high school sweetheart, Judy. Judy is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology with a degree in Fashion Merchandising.
Although not Florida natives, Bruce and Judy have dedicated their newfound professional and personal life to making the Palm Beach County community a better place. Bruce and Judy regularly attend and host health events with Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Research Educational Foundation (PAREF), a not-for-profit charitable organization that promotes and supports research for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease patients and their caregivers. Through PAREF, Judy and Bruce provide classes such as Balance Workshops, Alzheimer’s Care Support Groups, and more. Moreover, Bruce and Judy have partnered with TITLE Boxing Club and Beyond Fit Delray Beach to provide the Rock Steady Boxing, a program that was not well-known or recognized in Palm Beach County prior to Right at Home's involvement. Through this initiative, those battling Parkinson’s disease can receive a good workout designed to lessen the symptoms of the disease.
Bruce and Judy are also a proud sponsors of the Free Wheelchair Mission, non-profit organization that provides free wheelchairs to disabled people in over 93 developing countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Romania, Ukraine, Eurasia, Latin America, Africa, and many more. With their business intelligence, community contacts, and desire to be good Samaritans, Bruce and Judy are enthusiastic in their efforts to provide first-class care to seniors and families in need.
Bruce and Judy’s main inspiration for starting Right at Home Palm Beach is plain an simple: family. From coaching their kid's little league games to family trips, Bruce and Judy understand the importance of spending time with family. They understand first-hand the struggles and difficulties every family faces when taking care of a loved one. Judy's grandfather suffered from Alzheimer's for many years. He was a well-respected leader and philanthropist who cared for his community. Bruce and Judy witnessed first-hand a loved one turning from a kind and loving person to someone they could barely recognize.It was through this occurrence that they observed a real-life testimony to the rewards excellent home care can bring to a family. This experience coupled with their family-based values has forged a business that pledges to be devoted, present and committed to your family's needs.
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