Renee Pfister, Owner
Renee Pfister is the owner of Right at Home serving Greenville, Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee counties. Renee has been caring for loved ones since she was a teenager.
At the age of 13, her grandfather suffered a stroke and moved into her family's home so that they could care for him during recovery. After his passing, she assisted her mother in tending to her grandmother.
Caring for people has been second nature to Renee because of these experiences. This is what led her to Right at Home.
"I know that owning a business requires a lot of hard work and dedication. If I put forth the time and energy required to do so, I want it to make a difference in peoples lives.
If I put forth the time and energy required to do so, I want to make a difference in people's lives. I know that when I lay my head on the pillow at night, I can rest easy knowing that I did everything that I could to help others."
Renee enjoys spending time making a difference in other ways. She helps to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association, Oconee Memorial Hospital Foundation and the ALS association. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, swimming, traveling and being outdoors with her husband and young son.
"Time is our most valuable resource and we have to make the best of it by spending it with the people we love."
Jennie Perkins, Client Care Coordinator
Jennie is the Client Care Coordinator for Right at Home. She schedules caregivers with clients and communicates with families to ensure everyone is happy. Her passion is allowing seniors to enjoy aging in the comfort of their own home.
Jennie has been scheduling for over two years now and enjoys finding the perfect caregiver match. She is a Certified Dementia Practioner, Dementia Live Coach and a Compassionate Touch Coach. Outside of work, Jennie enjoys spending time with her family and going to her children's sporting events.
Tiffaney Perry, Scheduling Coordinator
Tiffaney and her young son relocated to SC in 2015 to be close to her parents, who moved to SC the previous year. Prior to joining Right at Home, she was working with troubled youth.
At the age of nineteen Tiffaney made the realization that caring for people was going to be her future. Her paternal grandmother suffered from Huntington’s Disease and needed round the clock care – Tiffaney took over, practically living with her; hiring additional staff; etc.
The happiness that she brought to her “Mimi” during the last year of her life, made a profound impact on her. Tiffaney earned her Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate while residing in NYS and began her career in making a positive difference in people’s lives. Whenever she has the opportunity to better a person’s life – it simply reinforces her career