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Our People

Our mission has always been to improve the quality of life for the seniors and adults with disabilities we serve. That means it's always about the people we serve and our dedicated team of caregivers and office members who work tirelessly to care for clients. We live and breathe our mission every day, with the goal of helping you navigate the journey. These are the people who work to bring you and your loved ones the highest caliber of in‑home care.

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Meet the Jefferses of Right at Home | Inland Valley

Lisa and Terry Jeffers

Terry Jeffers

Terry has a background working in sales and marketing with major corporations. He developed an interest in senior care after watching some of his grandparents go through the dementia process. The experience made him realize that he wanted to work with others to help them get through the same challenges. Another grandmother, who lives on her own, fell and broke her hip. He witnessed how important it was for her to have extra assistance after she was discharged from a skilled nursing facility and sent home.

Lisa Jeffers

Lisa worked for the California Department of Social Services for 12 years in the disability evaluation program. She also worked in licensing for group homes and assisted living facilities. While working for the state part of her responsibilities included conducting abuse investigations and testifying at hearings. She worked closely with Child and Adult Protective Services, Alzheimer’s Association, the District Attorney's office, law enforcement, hospice agencies, the medical community and other agencies to protect and promote the health, welfare, safety and quality of life of each person in care.

Visiting Pets

Terry and Lisa have a dog named Houston and a cat named Seattle who make visits in the community and spread smiles and joy! 

Why Home Care?

The Jefferses have a genuine sense of caring and compassion for seniors and disabled adults. While conducting abuse investigations, Lisa witnessed the gamut of provided care, from the most heinous acts of abuse and neglect, to the most nurturing and uplifting relationships. They find it extremely rewarding to be able to help this vulnerable population and in doing so, give back to the community.


Lisa and Terry are involved in a large number of community and charitable organizations. Lisa is an Alzheimer’s Association Affiliated Caregiver Support Group Facilitator. She is also the Chair of the Inland Empire’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Terry has been the emcee for the event. They are members of the American Board of Home Care and Home Care Association of America.

Veronica Green

Care Coordinator

Veronica has been in customer service for over 15 years. She loves helping people and giving them the best assistance she can give! Now, she has found that working in the care field truly warms her heart. Veronica appreciates the way Right at Home caregivers take care of our community! She recognizes that asking for help can be hard and strives to make everyone feel comfortable sharing their stories. Veronica is a positive, outgoing person who likes going to new places and trying new things… especially food! Veronica is devoted to her daughter and loves watching her play soccer!
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Rosemary Garcia

Care Coordinator

Rosemary comes to us with over 18 years of experience in the medical industry! She has worked in front office, billing, recruiting, staffing and is a Basic Life Support instructor! She is passionate about providing the best experience for our clients and their families. Rosemary says she works in the care field because it’s so rewarding to connect with people and help them to change their lives. She is a stickler for ensuring that everyone is treated with integrity and respect. Rosemary loves spending time with her husband and family, especially her adorable granddaughter! She enjoys cooking, music, dancing, decorating for the holidays and new adventures!
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Brittany Mullenix

Care Coordinator

Brittany has been working to help others for the past 18 years.  With a background in managing both adult and senior assisted living facilities, she brings to our team a heart for the compassionate care of those with intellectual disabilities and dementia.  Brittany was attending culinary school when a family member needed care and her life’s new path was established.  She still enjoys cooking and is a great cook, which is a delicious asset to the office!  Brittany also gardens and loves spending her free time with her boyfriend, dog and two cats.
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Visiting Pet Program

Houston is an eight-year-old, Cocker Spaniel-Pekinese mix who loves nothing more than to visit his senior friends in Yucaipa and surrounding communities in the Inland Empire. He volunteers as a visiting dog in assisted living communities and sometimes makes house calls to our home care clients.

Houston is a happy little guy, but life didn’t start out so easily for him. His original family accidentally backed over him and broke his hind legs. They asked the veterinarian to put Houston to sleep, even though the vet told them that Houston could heal with about $300 worth of medical care. An alert staff member in the vet’s office knew we were interested in adopting a puppy and connected us with Houston. In those days we just thought he was cute and sweet – we had no idea how much this injured rescue pup would contribute not only to our lives, but to the whole community!

As a result of the accident Houston still has a funny little walk, but that doesn’t prevent him from being an extremely active dog. He is well trained and enjoys performing tricks for an audience. He is also very intuitive around seniors. At times he is high energy and active, but when he enters an assisted living community or home of an older adult he instinctively becomes patient and calm. He will sit quietly on the lap of a stroke victim as she pets him or lovingly give out “kisses” to someone who is homebound and lonely. We notice that seniors especially love getting kisses from Houston!

Houston is also good with other animals. He has two cat “sisters” and plays with them as if they are dogs. He is a special animal who has brought an incredible amount of joy to our lives and the lives of dozens of older adults.

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