About Stay at Home in Little Compton, Inc.

Since 2009 Stay at Home in Little Compton, Inc. has been dedicated to helping the senior citizens of Little Compton and surrounding areas remain in their homes for as long as possible. We provide help and personal care in your home.

Stay At Home incorporated in 2013, became a designated non-profit 501(c)3 organization and is licensed by the Rhode Island Department of Health.


Stay At Home operates the Little Compton town van in partnership with the Town of Little Compton.


We provide much needed senior transportation to local events as well as individual rides for medical needs.

It's the People


Denise Wilkie


With a background in graphic design for corporate marketing, Denise brings superb organizational skills which will further our mission and management of future initiatives. Denise's experience and qualifications from past work/life endeavors is a valuable asset to SAH and will help us achieve our goals. She offers a steady yet strong voice and her focus is on building relationships in our community for the long term. Photo courtesy of Serena Charlebois


Margaret Tirpaeck

Vice President and Director of Senior Transportation

As Vice President Margaret works closely with both clients and caregivers to ensure consistency and excellence of service. Her compassion and background in the hospitality business are a huge asset to our team at Stay at Home.

Margaret is also the "face of Senior Transportation" in our community. She is always there to lend a hand (or an ear) to anyone in need. She tirelessly works to find events and scheduling that our citizens will both enjoy and enrich their lives. 


Traci Barros

Office Administrator

A lifetime resident of Little Compton, Traci comes to Stay at Home with close ties to our community.  She is passionate about people remaining in their homes as they age.  "I believe it is so important to an elder's well-being emotionally, physically and financially to age in place if at all possible." Traci has a wealth of experience in the home care field having worked with her parents in their home care business, Marcom Home Care Nursing. Following that, Traci had a long career at the Rhode Island State House working as Chief of Staff.


Hilary Woodhouse

Treasurer, Chairman of the Board

Hilary’s devotion to the cause of helping the seniors in Little Compton stay in their homes in comfort and safety is reflected by his tireless volunteer efforts with Stay at Home. Whatever the project calls for, from marketing strategies, stuffing envelopes, setting up meetings, research etc. there is nothing that Hilary hasn’t cheerfully helped to accomplish. As Director and Treasurer of Stay at Home, Hilary brings his vast corporate knowledge to our organization and is responsible for a great many initiatives. As Treasurer, he directly monitors the financial health of SAH. He keeps things on track by holding Advisory Board meetings every six weeks prepared with an agenda and an update on the activities of the previous six weeks. He is constantly working to streamline processes and ensures that we have all the essential credentials and documentation as we grow and move forward.