Meet our Office Staff
Joshua Correa, Bookkeeper and Human Resources
Joshua started with Right at Home in September 2014 as a scheduler. He then moved into our recruiting department and currently works as our bookkeeper and assists with Human Resources duties. Prior to Right at Home, Josh worked in the restaurant industry. He became interested in becoming a Home Health Aide and during his search, he discovered Right at Home.
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!
Terri O’Connell, Caregiver Supervisor
Terri started working for Right at Home Foxboro in October 2013. Throughout her tenure, she has held many different positions. She is the go-to person and has no problems switching hats as needed. Terri works closely with our caregivers and clients to make sure they have the best experience! Prior to Right at Home, Terri worked for the Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) in Attleboro, MA for 17 years. She also received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business by going to school at night, all while raising her grandchildren.
Terri’s favorite part of working for Right at Home is being able to interact with caregivers, clients and the client’s family and really getting to know them.
Terri loves to be outside, going for hikes and taking care of her dog, Sadie. Her grandchildren are her pride and joy!
Leigh-Ann Renfro, Client Care Coordinator
Leigh has been in the Human Services field for 5 years. She started doing direct-care in a group home and her career has evolved into a more administrative role at a day program.
Elder and senior care is a personal issue for Leigh because her grandmother is affected by dementia and she sees first hand the struggles families go through to provide the perfect care. Leigh states she has seen a deeper importance of people staying at home to age in place.