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Stay Safe at Home.

It is so important now more than ever to

These have been challenging times for everyone but it has also been a time of reconnecting and neighbors helping neighbors. Here's what we have been doing to help keep our clients and caregivers safe during this pandemic:

When some of our clients chose to pause their service, we assured them we would be there for them when they were ready to return - they returned and we were ready to help.
When caregivers with children had to leave their work to home school, we rallied the
others to help cover our clients. This school year we will be facing the same challenges
and we are ready.
We faithfully follow the updates from the Department of Health and state regulations
for guidance. 
When no masks or glove were to be found, we applied for orders from the RIDOH and
have been receiving shipments since March.
Our neighbors continue to donate homemade masks that we’ve distributed to our caregivers. We are very grateful for this kindness. 
We keep up “business as usual” with meetings on Zoom with our Board of Directors and administration meetings.
We keep consistent business hours with Janet Wiggin in the office and Denise and Margaret working from home.
We continue keeping up with employee and business benefit programs from the state and government.

​We keep our communication fluid with our working team on our on-line scheduling program.

Our primary goal is to continue to provide professional, dependable and compassionate
in-home caregivers. The “Aging Safely in Place” trend is especially evident in these uncertain times. We are ready to meet your needs. 

Why Choose Stay at Home?

• Licensed by the RI Dept of Health

• Consistency of Service

• Dependability

• Trustworthy Employees

• Our 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from the IRS making all your donations since November 2013 tax exempt!


In-Home Services

•    Personal Care

•    Companionship

•    General Housekeeping
•    Meal Preparation
•    Laundry & Ironing

•    And so much more!

To contact Stay at Home in Little Compton, Inc. please call:

Stay at Home Office  401-592-0342


*Please note - as we move through new social distancing & safety protocols some services like visiting, shopping etc. may be limited until safety permits. 

Denise Wilkie
Margaret Tirpaeck
    Vice President, Senior Transportation
Hilary G. Woodhouse
    Director, Treasurer

Janet Wiggin    

    Office Administrator

    David Haffenreffer

    Don McNaughton

    Allyson Samson
    Mary Suttel
    Margaret Tirpaeck    
    Denise Wilkie
    Hilary G. Woodhouse - Chairman

    Lea Angell

    Lucie DuHamel
    Beverly Edwards
    Nan Haffenreffer

    Doug Orville

    The Rev. Lynn D. Orville, St. Andrews by the Sea

    Margery Phinney
    Pat Pond
    Jana Porter

    Susan Sisson
    Caroline Wordell



The media constantly tell us that seniors wish to remain in their own homes. As we have learned from recent history staying at home is also the safest place to be. At the same time the cost of retirement and nursing homes is rising and demand is outpacing availability. We believe there is a critical need for high quality, in-home services as well information, easily accessible, to assist those who wish to stay at home safely and comfortably.  Please visit the Directory menu to see the available services in our area.

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