Category: Home Care
Home Helpers of Little Rock announced today that it has received the 2018 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice Award from Home Care Pulse. The Provider of Choice Award is granted only to the top-ranking home care providers, based on client satisfaction scores gathered by Home Care Pulse, an independent satisfaction research firm for home care. Home Helpers of Little Rock is … Read More Home Helpers of Little Rock Receives 2018 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice Award
What Agency Made the Top 10 List of Worst Home Care Services in Little Rock? Okay, let’s be real. Nobody would seek out the worst home care provider to care for a loved one. Right? You’d only want the best. But how do you know which agency is the best? Which home care provider is the “right” one for my loved one? Which has … Read More Top 10 List of Worst Home Care Agencies in Little Rock?
Three years of my life were spent on deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. While overseas, I was awarded two Bronze Star Medals, both a Valorous and Presidential Unit Commendation. I’ve pinned Purple Hearts on soldiers I commanded. I often felt for my family as I was deployed. I had a 1 year old son who turned 3 before I returned the first time. A … Read More The Battle of the Bulge… and Home Care?
Trust is earned over time through your words and actions. It isn’t something that comes easy and it can be very difficult to re-earn once lost. When choosing a home care provider for a loved one, trust is clearly of the greatest of importance. You HAVE to trust that the chosen agency is true to its word and will provide the needed services per … Read More Trust…
Little Rock – August 4, 2016 – Home Helpers of Little Rock today announced that it has received the Certified – Trusted Provider distinction from Home Care Pulse. This distinction illustrates Home Helpers’ commitment to client satisfaction. “We want to commend Home Helpers of Little Rock for receiving the Certified – Trusted Provider distinction,” says Aaron Marcum. “Home Care Pulse awards this distinction to … Read More Home Helpers Receives Home Care Pulse Certified – Trusted Provider Distinction
Home Helpers of Little Rock owner Sam Sellers has been elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of Alzheimer’s Arkansas. Home Helpers empowers older adults to remain as independent as possible in the setting of their choice, providing in-home senior care. Sellers has owned Home Helpers of Little Rock for over eight years. Prior to this, he served as Associate State Director of AARP Arkansas. … Read More Home Helpers Little Rock Owner Named Chairman of Alzheimer’s Arkansas
The goal of home care is to help people maintain and maximize their independence. Ideally, it should facilitate a person being able to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible in the setting of their choice – their home. Clearly, independence can mean different things in different circumstances. To a person recovering from a hip replacement, independence might mean something entirely different … Read More What is the Goal of Home Care?
There really is no place like home. Dorothy had it right in The Wizard of Oz. But, we often see confusion about Long Term Care insurance and you may very well have a benefit that will pay for home care services. Decisions about home care – sometimes referred to as senior care or elder care – for a loved-one can be overwhelming. What is the best … Read More Long Term Care Insurance and Staying at Home
Back when your parents were younger, the notion was of a “continuum of care” that meant, when you reached a certain point, you moved into an assisted living facility. When you declined a little more, you were moved into a nursing home. Stop!!! Older adults do NOT have to be relocated, or worse, institutionalized when they need assistance. They do NOT necessarily need … Read More “Continuum of Care” is so…old school!
There are several issues why someone – regardless of age – should no longer drive. These might include poor vision, limited flexibility or mobility, certain chronic conditions, medications taken and dementia. There are also a number of signs that driving may no longer be wise, including at-fault accidents, getting lost on familiar roads, drifting into other lanes, inability to drive the speed limit, etc. … Read More Taking the Care Keys Away