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Assisted Living Little Rock, AR

 

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Assisted Living Facilities in Little Rock, AR

Promiseland Adult Day Care

6911 Geyer Springs Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72209

Pulaski County

Capacity: 5 people

Phone #: 501-908-3088

Hogan Home

13316 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, Arkansas 72206

Pulaski County

Capacity: 7 people

Phone #: 501-897-5107

Madison Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center

2821 W Dixon Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72206

Pulaski County

Capacity: 140 people

Phone #: 501-888-4200

Madison Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, LLC

2821 W. Dixon Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72206

Pulaski County

Capacity: 32 people

Phone #: 501-888-4080

Valley Ranch Nursing and Rehab Center

6411 Valley Ranch Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223

Pulaski County

Capacity: 90 people

Phone #: 501-868-8857

Clarity Pointe Little Rock

8401 Ranch, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223

Pulaski County

Capacity: 59 people

Phone #: 501-868-6270

Hickory Heights Health and Rehab, LLC

#3 Chenal Heights Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223

Pulaski County

Capacity: 120 people

Phone #: 501-830-2273

Brookdale Chenal Heights

#1 Chenal Heights Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223

Pulaski County

Capacity: 98 people

Phone #: 501-821-1555

Little Rock Post Acute and Rehabilitation

5720 West Markham Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 154 people

Phone #: 501-664-6200

Magnolias

3601 West Roosevelt Rd., Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 183 people

Phone #: 501-664-4048

Grands Day Out Adult Care Center Inc.

2508 South Valentine, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 4 people

Phone #: 501-590-0451

Greenbriar on Stagecoach

5201 Stagecoach Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 64 people

Phone #: 501-568-5633

Oasis of Arkansas, Inc.

2601 S Battery, Little Rock, Arkansas 72206

Pulaski County

Capacity: 22 people

Phone #: 501-563-5281

Fox Ridge Chenal

23101 Chenal Valley Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223

Pulaski County

Capacity: 100 people

Phone #: 501-482-9200

The Manor

1401 Labelle, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 90 people

Phone #: 501-444-2390

Millennium Adult Day Care

9700 Rodney Parham, Suite B, Little Rock, Arkansas 72227

Pulaski County

Capacity: 20 people

Phone #: 501-414-8698

Capital Health and Rehabilitaion Center

1516 Cumberland St, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202

Pulaski County

Capacity: 120 people

Phone #: 501-374-7565

Woodland Heights AL Operator, LLC

8700 Riley Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 26 people

Phone #: 501-244-4242

Chenal Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center

3115 S. Bowman Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

Pulaski County

Capacity: 70 people

Phone #: 501-228-4848

UCP-Community Living Arrangement (ICF/MR)

8800 LaBette Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 15 people

Phone #: 501-228-0425

Emeritus at Pleasant Hills

800 Napa Valley, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

Pulaski County

Capacity: 32 people

Phone #: 501-225-9405

Pleasant Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation

12111 Hinson Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72212

Pulaski County

Capacity: 97 people

Phone #: 501-225-8888

Presbyterian Village, Inc.

500 Brookside Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 78 people

Phone #: 501-225-1615

Presbyterian Village Retirement Center

510 BROOKSIDE DR, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 40 people

Phone #: 501-225-1615

Briarwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

516 So Rodney Parham Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 120 people

Phone #: 501-224-9000

Good Shepherd/ERC Foundation Inc.

2801 Aldersgate Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 70 people

Phone #: 501-224-7200

Sandalwood Healthcare, LLC

2600 Barrow Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 139 people

Phone #: 501-224-4173

Cottage Lane Health and Rehab

800 Brookside Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205-1644

Pulaski County

Capacity: 143 people

Phone #: 501-224-3940

Hillview Post Acute and Rehabilitation Center

8701 Riley Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 140 people

Phone #: 501-224-2700

Community Life Services Facility I

1501 Michael Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 10 people

Phone #: 501-223-9015

Community Life Services Facility II

1509 Michael Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204

Pulaski County

Capacity: 10 people

Phone #: 501-223-9015

Easter Seals Arkansas-Butler Adult Living Center

11805 Fairview Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72212

Pulaski County

Capacity: 10 people

Phone #: 501-221-1063

Easter Seals Childrens Rehabilitation Center

3818 Woodland Heights Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72212

Pulaski County

Capacity: 40 people

Phone #: 501-219-4000

Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Good Shepherd, LLC

3001 Aldersgate Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

Pulaski County

Capacity: 120 people

Phone #: 501-217-9774

Ginny and Bob Shell Alzheimers Center

14322 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

Pulaski County

Capacity: 60 people

Phone #: 501-202-6100

Parkway Health Center

14324 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

Pulaski County

Capacity: 105 people

Phone #: 501-202-1645

Parkway Heights

14328 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211

Pulaski County

Capacity: 64 people

Phone #: 501-202-1638

Colonel Glenn Health and Rehab, LLC

13700 David O. Dodd Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72210

Pulaski County

Capacity: 120 people

Phone #: 501-907-8200

Overview of Little Rock

Little Rock prides itself as the capital of Arkansas. It is also the most densely inhabited city which is where Pulaski County seat is situated. The city got its name from the formation of the small rock known as “le petit rocher” (the French word for “the little rock”) found on the south bank of the Arkansas River in the 1720s. Early river travelers used the “little rock” as a landmark because it was the popular river used in crossing.

The latest Census placed the population of Little Rock at close to 200,000. According to The U.S. Census Bureau, 11% of this population is made of up seniors. Arkansas, when compared to other states, ranks 37th in terms of Long Term Care. In America’s Health Rankings, it occupies the 47th position. 18% of seniors in Little Rock aged 60 and above were reported to have received food stamps in the previous year. 

Helpful programs for senior living/assisted living in Little Rock

A nonprofit organization, CareLink is one of the places where active and home-bound Little Rock, AR seniors along with their family can receive care. The organization reaches out to elderly to help them out with the challenges they face as they age. They help homebound seniors with free services, thereby saving them a lot of money in the process. They also help seniors in Little Rock to stay healthy as long as possible through their "stay fit and active" workout programs, volunteer opportunities and wellness programs.

Seniors age 55 and above who live in Little Rock would benefit from the Arkansas Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). It is aimed at providing active seniors with a source of income once they get involved in assignments from government and community programs. They get paid the Federal or the State minimum wage, whichever is higher. The seniors also receive training on how to search for jobs as well as landing one best suited to their skills and background. They get trained, get paid and also placed on public or nonprofit service type of host agencies. Seniors in Little Rock, Arkansas who have poor employment prospects may take advantage of this program to earn extra income that will help them as they age.

Arkansas Medicaid program which has been helping out seniors to access quality health care and assisted living is also available to seniors living in Little Rock. Seniors applying for this program should meet eligibility criteria laid down by the state of Arkansas.

There is also help for Little Rock seniors who are visually impaired and need the services of independent living. The government assisted programs are tailored to help them cope with their environment while improving public understanding of the challenges that such seniors face. Seniors will be taught how to care for themselves, travel on their own, and other activities to help them stay self-reliant. They can also receive vocational rehabilitation training to help them get a job that is well suited to them.

Cost of assisted living in Little Rock

When it comes to the cost of assisted living in Little Rock, many would agree that it is one of the most affordable cities to live. Comparing it to the 100 flat score on national average, Little Rock comes in at 98.7 out of 100. Some of the activities that seniors can partake in are newspapers, haircuts, dry cleaning, vet services and movie theater tickets. A pair of jeans for seniors could cost as much as $47.12. An evening movie or cinema ticket could go for $9.12.

Out of the 11% percent of senior population in Little Rock, 33% are living on their own without any help from friends, relatives or neighbors. Only 8% of the seniors living in Little Rock, Arkansas have an annual income of $10,000 or less. 25% of these seniors receive less than $20,000 per year. 4,751 seniors still work in Little Rock. On average, the Social Security Income in Little Rock is at $16,835 per annum. The average disposable income in Little Rock exclusive of tax comes close to $2,264.20 per month. This amount might not be able to meet the expenses of assisting living in some assisted living centers in Little Rock, Arkansas, considering that assisting living costs in the city range from around $1500 per month to almost $6000, depending on the facility.

Places of interest for seniors living in Little Rock

Finding interesting places for seniors to hang out in Little Rock is not a challenge. Many interesting places like the Little Rock zoo, the water park, the Pinnacle Mountain, the William Clinton Presidential Centre and Park, provide entertainment for seniors in Little Rock. The Arkansas Repertory Theatre is a well known theatre company that seniors can visit to enjoy theatrical works such as comedy, music, and drama.

Also, the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum ,which is actually the longest submarine in the world - the USS Razorback, has served as a theater, a library and a museum where seniors can go to unwind. Seniors that are beer fans can take advantage of the Arkansas Brews Cruise that delves into America’s craft brewing scene that dates back to 2 decades.

Since keeping fit is part of the requirements for older people to maintain optimal health, the Altitude Trampoline Park offers a variety of sports and fitness programs on its 35,000 sq. ft park. It is very convenient for seniors looking to take an evening walk while taking in the beautiful sites of the park.

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