Month: December 2011

Andy Gibson joins Home Helpers

We’re excited to announce that Andy Gibson has joined the Home Helpers’ team as a partner and Marketing Director!  It seems that word is getting out, so I wanted to share this good news with you. As you know, Andy brings professionalism, a wealth of knowledge, terrific experience, and a heart for serving older adults with him to Home Helpers.  If you already know … Read More Andy Gibson joins Home Helpers

7 Signs Santa Has Alzheimer’s

Home Helpers has served the home care needs of hundreds of older adults in Little Rock and surrounding communities.  Many of the people we serve are living with Alzheimer’s or other related dementia.  We couldn’t help but get a chuckle out of this humorous but poignant article by Paula Spencer Scott of Caring.com, so we had to share… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By Paula Spencer Scott, Caring.com … Read More 7 Signs Santa Has Alzheimer’s

10 Myths About Home Care (Part 2 of 10) – Home Care versus Nursing Home Care Costs

10 Myths About Home Care (Part 2 of 10) Home Care is More Expensive than a Nursing Home Sam Sellers Decisions about home care – sometimes referred to as senior care or elder care – for a loved-one can be overwhelming.  What is the best care setting?  Who do I turn to for advice?  Can I afford the services?  Added to the complexity of … Read More 10 Myths About Home Care (Part 2 of 10) – Home Care versus Nursing Home Care Costs

Ruth Kobin: 100 Years Old And Healthy Thanks To Pilates and Weight Lifting

While Home Helpers is proud that our home care services empower older adults to remain as independent (and active) as possible in their homes, this story is testimony to the fact that it is possible to age with dignity, grace…and good health. Click here for a marvelous interview with a 100 year old about active aging.  Working as a service provider for older adults who need … Read More Ruth Kobin: 100 Years Old And Healthy Thanks To Pilates and Weight Lifting