Meet Super Hero Robert Stelletello of Right at Home Oak Park / Chicago

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Robert owns Right at Home Oak Park / Chicago on North Avenue.  He employes over 100 people.


What does your business do?

We provide non-medical in home care to seniors and disabled adults so they can remain safely in their own homes or recover more quickly from illness or injury.


What is "super" about your business?  Why is it special?

Our services are life changing for both the clients and their family who no longer need to worry if Mom or Dad has suffered some mishap while home alone.  We provide comfort and peace of mind.


Tell us a bit about yourself…

I am very involved with local organizations and currently serve as the Board President for the Chamber of Commerce and The Rotary Club of Oak Park and River Forest.  I am also on the Board of the North Avenue Business Association and the Oak Park Area Lesbian Gay Association. I am on the board of my college fraternity at Cornell University, Theta Delta Chi and am Board vice-president of its educational foundation, The Spectemur Agendo Foundation.  I also am a choir member and soloist at St. Michael Church in Wheaton.


If you could pick a super power, what would it be?

The ability to connect with people and make them feel comfortable.


Why did you choose to invest in our community?

It is a vibrant and growing community that displays positive and inclusive attitudes towards people of diverse backgrounds and these are virtues I believe in and support


What's the weirdest thing you sell or offer? Or have there been any odd customer requests?

We have had a client's family ask us to have a caregiver fly with their loved one across the country to be moved into a nursing home near them.


Name three of your favorite local businesses (besides yourself, of course!)

10,000 Villages, Citrine Cafe, OP Visitor Center


Visit Robert Stelletello at Right at Home Oak Park / Chicago

7000 W. North Ave., #1A

Chicago, IL 60707


Small Business Super Heroes is a partnership between the Oak Park River - Forest Chamber of Commerce and Wednesday Journal's


This Super Hero profile was created on July 23, 2017


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Holly Hansen from Chicago  

Posted: August 7th, 2017 10:55 AM

I am the Director of the Visitors Center and from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!

Judith Alexander from Oak Park  

Posted: August 4th, 2017 4:08 PM

Bob Stelletello is indeed a super hero. The North Avenue District is proud to have Right at Home in the district and joins me in congratulating Bob.

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