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.
Jim and Sandy Pellegrine
Jim has a degree in Business Management with over 30 years of experience. He earned his CSA - Certified Senior Advisor qualification in 2010. He is an active member of several organizations, including:
- Treasurer for the Walpole Council on Aging
- Hessco Elder Services Executive Board of Directors representing the Town of Walpole
- Advisory board of the Natick Walpole VNA
- Councilman on the Board of the Italian American Club
- Neponset River Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Elder Care Alliance
Sandy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with many years’ experience as an entrepreneur. Sandy is a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP). This certification is earned after receiving comprehensive knowledge in the area of dementia care and shows a deep personal commitment to understanding and providing quality care to those living with dementia. She is an active member of several organizations, including:
Ines Andrade-Soares, The Northeast Regional Caregiver of the Year for 2021
Right at Home Foxboro celebrates Ines Andrade-Soares, the 2021 Northeast Region Caregiver of the Year! Ines embodies our mission of
"Improving the quality of life for those we serve,"
by providing quality, consistent, and compassionate care. She sees her clients as her own family, and provides incredible care to the seniors she serves. Ines started her caregiving career by providing in home care for her grandparents, and discovered her passion for caregiving. Even though she is being recognized as the Northeast Regional Caregiver of the Year, she insists that this award is a team effort, and credits her success as a caregiver to the entire team. Ines Andrade-Soares does everything with her heart and it shows.
Meet our Nursing Staff
Helen Dewey, RN, MSN
Prior to joining Right at Home, Helen worked in Oncology as well as Clinical Research. Her favorite part of Right at Home Foxboro is working with the clients. She loves to do medication visits as well as work closely with hospice clients. Helen has a calm demeanor which is very reassuring to clients and families as well as caregivers.
On Helen’s days off, she can be found at her beach house, reading or knitting as well as volunteering with green initiatives.
Nicole Pellegrine, RN, BSN
After graduation, Nicole worked in an Emergency Department of a local hospital as well as working for Right at Home. In 2018, Nicole became a travel nurse and worked as an ER nurse in Honolulu, Hawaii, Baltimore, Maryland and Martha’s Vineyard. When not at Right at Home, Nicole can currently be found working in the ER at Boston Medical Center.
In her spare time, Nicole loves to travel and has had the opportunity to visit Australia and New Zealand.
Sandy Pellegrine, LPN
Sandy loves to work with the caregivers to ensure they are comfortable in their abilities and provides any additional trainings they may need. Her top priority is making sure clients get the RightCare! This is done by making sure we have the Right People doing the Right Things, for the Right Reasons.
LPN, Quality Care Coordinator
Stephany began her career in Culinary Arts, working "In the Kitchen" where she developed a love for the fast-paced, high-pressure environment. However, she discovered her passion for making people smile extended beyond satisfying their taste buds, she decided to explore other avenues.
Seeking a more meaningful connection with those in need, she transitioned into home health care for a family with a son who was blind and mentally challenged. This experience allowed her to gain new skills and deepened her desire to provide care and support to others. Motivated by this newfound passion, she pursued further education and successfully obtained her License Practical Nurse (LPN) certification in 2017.
Throughout this journey, Stephany have been fortunate to have two wonderful children and a cherished collection of fur babies. Serenity, her horse, embodies both gentleness and majesty, while Athena and Eva, her dogs, bring boundless joy and companionship. Completing her fur family is Spooky, her mischievous cat, who adds a touch playfulness to their lives.
In her free time, Stephany loves nature and enjoying the outdoors. Camping is a favorite pastime, allowing her to experience peace and tranquility away from the demands of everyday life.
Looking ahead to the future, Stephany’s goal is to bring comfort and compassion to the homes of those who have loved ones in need. She aspires to make a positive impact and provide support to those who require it the most.
Meet our Office Staff
Joshua Correa, Bookkeeper and Human Resources
Josh went to school at U-Mass Boston and is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. His favorite part of working for Right at Home is the fact that he can work with people to follow their wishes and keep them home!
On Josh’s days off, he likes to play guitar, compete in Spartan Races and Climb Mountains. He is also interested in photography and is a member of a local photography group. Josh is also the unofficial professional photographer for the office. He makes sure that everyone’s badge photo is perfect!
Patricia became interested in working in home care due to the love she has for her grandma. She graduated CNA school and joined the Right at Home team in 2009. She worked in the field as a home health aide for many years. After giving birth to her daughter, she decided she wanted a more set schedule and became a client care coordinator. Patricia brings quite a bit of experience to the office including dementia care and hospice.
When not working, Patricia loves to travel and explore new places. She enjoys every moment she spends with her children and extended family.
Scarlet is our recruiter extraordinaire. She has many years experience in the field of recruiting and we were fortunate to have her join our team in December of 2020. Scarlet has a nursing background, but her passion is recruiting!
On her days off, Scarlet can be found with her husband and two children or binge watching movies.
Luisa recently came aboard as our Lead Scheduler. She will be working out the ideal schedules for both our clients and our caregivers. Luisa’s background includes customer service in the retail market and she has also worked as an English teacher to ESL students. Luisa is focused on providing solutions for people.
Luisa says that she is a “foodie” and loves trying new things! She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and watching movies.
Community Outreach Liaison
Marcy joined the Right at Home team in July 2023 after working as a marketing professional in two other home care agencies. Her passion for working on behalf of senior citizens sparked after she volunteered for several years at a local assisted living and memory care facility. In addition, she was an intricate part of her father’s care who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. These experiences led her to become a Certified Dementia Advisor and a Dementia Live Coach and has given her a new lens when discussing home care options to potential clients and care partners. Marcy graduated from SUNY Buffalo with a B.A. in Communications and later received her M.Ed. from Lesley University. She spent seven years teaching elementary education in Massachusetts, but once her children were born, she wanted a more flexible schedule.
When not working, Marcy loves spending time with her friends and family. She also enjoys biking, reading, doing Zumba, traveling and walking her dog, Bailey.
Community Outreach Liaison
Nancy has a sparkling personality with a passion and zest to help others. She has worked in many different facets of sales for most of her professional career. Developing strong relationships, built on trust and exceptional customer service has contributed to her success.
Nancy feels providing the customer service that she would want and serving as a resource to people looking for senior care is key to nurturing the professional relationships she develops.
Nancy has been instrumental in spearheading several Memory Cafés in the local area. She has also been trained by the Alzheimer’s Association to facilitate caregiver support groups. Nancy is also a Dementia Live Coach, as well as a Dementia Friends Champion.
When Nancy is not working, she loves to sing, attend musicals and theater productions. She has a passion for yoga and reading.