Stay at Home In Little Compton, Inc.
LICENSED HOME CARE PROVIDER BY THE STATE OF RI DEPT OF HEALTH
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Supporting Healthy Lifestyles for Seniors of LC and Surrounding Areas
Senior Luncheon at the Little Compton Community Center
Check out www.lccenter.com for more details.
Senior Luncheon Mon. Wed. & Fri. 11:30 am
To reserve call 401-635-2400 at least 48 hours in advance.
Our Senior Transportation Program provides rides to and from this luncheon! Call Margaret Tirpaeck - Director of Senior Transportation at 401-835-2454 for details.
Stay at Home in Little Compton, Inc. is providing rides to:
Little Compton Community Center (Luncheon, Teas)
Little Compton Wellness Center (programs)
Grocery Shopping & Pharmacy
Retail Shopping - Walmart, North Dartmouth Mall
Home Pick Ups
Call Margaret Tirpaeck - Vice President of Senior Transportation at
401-835-2454 for details.
The Little Compton Food Bank
Pick up hours are Friday & Saturdays from 9 - 10 am
All donations to the LC Food Bank should be non-expired, non-perishable food and personal hygiene products. Donations can be made to all three churches and to the LCWC during the hours of 8:30 - 4:00 weekly. For more information please contact Sue Sisson at 401-635-2722. Located in the lower level of the Little Compton Wellness Center, 115 East Main Rd, Little Compton, RI
Denise Wilkie Completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program
Denise Wilkie, President of Stay at Home in Little Compton, Inc. was among the fourth cohort of 24 graduates who completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at Community College of Rhode Island. Their cohort graduated on December 20, 2017.
Stay at Home in Little Compton is a not-for-profit organization that offers personalized care to local senior citizens. Their mission is to provide the best quality in-home care to insure our clients can remain in the comfort of their own homes for as long as safely possible.
“10,000 Small Businesses has given me the opportunity to step outside my day-to-day operations and take a look and how to improve and attain sustainable growth. Since the start of the program, Stay at Home has been working on a plan to offer new services to help those afflicted with cognitive impairment including Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s and Memory Loss.”
The business executives spent 12 weeks - roughly 100 class hours - at the Community College of Rhode Island studying a business and management curriculum designed by Babson College and delivered by Community College of Rhode Island faculty. The curriculum covered accounting, human resources, negotiation and marketing, among other topics. The program also included one-on-one business advising, accounting workshops and advice from Goldman Sachs professionals. Applications for 10,000 Small Businesses are reviewed by Goldman Sachs and CCRI professionals. The program is open to business owners or Chief Executive Officers from the Greater Rhode Island region. To learn more or to apply, visit www.ccp.edu/10KSB. Or www.10ksbapply.com
DISCUSSION AND SUPPORT FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS
Do you provide care for a loved one, or do you know someone who does? The Wellness Center is starting a second discussion and support group for family members who have assumed that role, led by volunteer Jana Porter, LICSW. Our first group has been very successful, bringing people together to share concerns and ideas and decreasing the stress and isolation caregivers can feel.
If you are interested or would like more information, please call Program Director Marsha Riccardi at the Wellness Center, 592-0400.