Scott is our weekend nurse, ensuring all participants have access to a nurse while at Living Well. He has worked as an Emergency Room RN in Rhode Island Hospital and Miriam Hospital; and was an Interventional Radiology RN at Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence Access Care, and Fresenius Vascular Care.
William White, APRN-BC, MSN
Gregory Andrade, RN, BSW
Our residentArt Director Anthony utilizes his unique skills to help Living Well participants express themselves through creativity. Too see some participant projects, see our Art Therapy page
At Living Well, we pride ourselves on assisting our members to become more independent and social. Trained staff includes registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, a licensed social worker, certified cook, and health & human services students.
Therapist Robert Rattenni is an independent licensed mental health counselor with expertise in Marriage/Family, Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management problems.With more than 15 years of experience, Robert uses an integrative approach in which he combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Reality Therapy with a holistic orientation to empower patients to partner in their recoveries.
Our in-house Cook, Mary, prepares healthy meals for our residents to enjoy for both breakfast and lunch. Also serving as our Food Safety Manager, she manages all kitchen staff and carefully plans the Living Well menu in consideration of those participants with heart disease, diabetes, and food allergies.
Robert Rattenni, LMHC
Maria brings her 25 years of nursing experience to Living Well. The previous owner of a Rhode Island assisted living facility, Maria coordinates transportation, and assists with nursing as well as administrative duties.
Bill is President of Brain In Play International, who provides brain wellness therapies to participants of Living Well's day program. For 20 years Bill was COO/CNO at Bradley Brain/Behavioral-Health Hospital. An American Academy of Neurology member, he recently co-originated Brain Performance Enhancement℠ or BPE, a neurobehavioral scientific wellness system based on Nobel Prize work.
Gregory Andrade RN, BSW has 20 years experience operating an adult day care facility, including more than 30 years both as a nurse and social worker. He brings his unique energy to the Living Well environment, working daily to ensure all participants are striving to meet their care-plan goals.