Caregiver Programs are a system of support services to assist families and other informal caregivers of older individuals.
Case Management provides assistance in gaining access to needed medical, social educational and other available services.
Elder Housing is available in Barling, Paris, Booneville and Waldron.
Health Promotion offers the elderly, disabled and caregivers many opportunities to learn about health and disease prevention.
Home Health Services provide licensed or otherwise qualified medical professionals to give treatment in your home.
Homemaker/Chore Services help with basic upkeep and management of the home such as, laundry, grocery shopping, meal preparation and light house keeping.
Hospice Services gives assistance for terminally ill patients and families at home by a licensed nurse, nurse aides, volunteers, social workers and clergy members.
The Arkansas Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program assures that long-term care facility residents have the right to live their lives harmoniously and with dignity.
Personal Care Services provide assistance with toileting, grooming, dressing, meal preparation, laundry and light housekeeping.
Personal Emergency Response Systems provide peace of mind and security for the homebound elderly and disabled persons by enabling them to easily summon help.
Senior Citizen Activity Centers offer group and home delivered meals, companionship, recreation, transportation, health counseling and screening, and referral.
Non-Emergency and Rural Transportation is available in Conway, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Logan, Perry, Polk, Pope, Scott, Sebastian and Yell counties.
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