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In the picture, from left to right; (top) Mikhail Ivanovsky, M.D., Meraj Siddiqui, M.D., Iden M. Cowan,

M.D., Ronald Tilley, M.D., Venecia Johnson, APRN, Ahmad Rafi, M.D.;

(bottom from left) Kim Stuckey, RNP, Bill McCrary, CEO, M. Carl Covey, M.D., Renee Wilson, RNP

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Care Levels and

Questions to Ask

Definitions from independent living

to hospice care.

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Arkansans, Alzheimer’s

And no cure in sight.

by Sajni Kumpuris

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Get Help at The

Bridgeway

A woman’s life story

30

New Sensor

Technology

Best fit for seniors prosthesis wearers

By Judy Otto

32

Rental Assistance

For Low Income Seniors

Privately owned subsidized senior

housing program.

38

Nursing Home Crisis

Planning & the Home

Protection Plan

by Frank Dudeck, Attorney & CPA

42

Massager Therapy for

Seniors

By Beth Gohlson, LMT

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Area Agency on Aging

Many free services

benefiting seniors

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Publishers

Bill Freeman

Donna Lansdowne

Editor-in-Chief

Donna Lansdowne

Contributing Writers

Tom Cotton

Frank Dudeck

BethGohison

Billie Holsomback

Sanji Kumpuris

Elizabeth Lopez

Judy Otto

Sharon Turrentine

Art Director/Webmaster

Sheila Kwiatek

Associate Art Director

David Gonzales

Sales Manager

Bill Freeman

Sales Associate

Tonya Burton

Cover Photo

Bob Dion

Arkansas Senior Resource

Directory® is published

twice yearly for the state of

Arkansas by:

Arkansas Senior

Resource Directory

122 Country Club Drive

Hot Springs, AR 71901

501-321-6171

Disclaimer of Endorsement:

Reference herein to any specific

products, process, or service by

trade name, trademark, manufacturer,

or otherwise, does not

necessarily constitute or imply its

endorsement, recommendation,

or favoring by the Arkansas Senior

Resource Directory©. The views

and opinions of authors herein

do not necessarily state or reflect

those of the Arkansas Senior

Resource Directory© and shall not

be used for advertising or product

endorsement purposes.

AUGUST 2016 – JANUARY 2017

TABLE OF CONTENTS

On the Cover. ...................................... 7

From the Editor .................................... 8

Explanation of Care Levels by Definition . .......... 16

Important Questions to Ask When Looking

for an Assisted Living Facility....................... 17

Looking for a Skilled Nursing Home Facility?. ....... 18

Arkansans, Alzheimer’s and No Cure in Sight ....... 20

Getting Help at the Bridgeway. .................... 24

New Sensor Technology Brings Best Fit

for Prosthesis Wearers. ............................ 30

Rental Assistance for Low Income Seniors. ......... 32

Physical Fitness and the Golden Years . ............. 34

Nursing Home Crisis Planning ..................... 38

The Home Protection Plan. ........................ 39

Massage Therapy for Seniors. ...................... 42

Area Agency on Aging Offers Many

Free Services Benefiting Seniors ................... 44

Protect Your Nest Egg ............................. 46

An Update for US Senator Tom Cotton

for Seniors in Arkansas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

Aid & Attendance Act for Veterans ................. 48

Veteran VA Burial Benefits ......................... 52

How to Make Caregiving Easier. ................... 53

RESOURCES

Help for Caregivers Resource Directory............. 59

Facilities & Agencies Directory Listed by County.... 61

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On the Cover: Sug Wilson

Hot Springs natives, Clyde

“Sug” and Kathleen Wilson

just celebrated their 67 wedding

anniversary in April 2016. Sug

is a well know Arkansas’ golfer

and Kathleen was an original

founder and sat on the Board of

the Jackson House for 25 years.

“Sug” played basketball at the

University of Arkansas 1946-

1947, and then played baseball

as catcher on the White Sock’s

Farm Team in 1947 to 1948. He

was the USGA Senior Amateur

8 times and estimates he won

about 80 tournaments. He

won the Arkansas Stroke Play

Tournament on the Hot Springs

Country Club Arlington Golf

Course in 1969, and was the first

player to win the tournament

under par and at the age of 40.

He won the Arkansas Senior

Match Play 3 times and won the Arkansas Senior Stroke Play 4

times. He traveled the country with the Arkansas Golf Cup Team. In

1996, he qualified to represent the United States in the Men’s Senior

Amateur Golf Tournament and played at Carnustie in Scotland,

which is just north of St. Andrews. In 2003, he became an Arkansas

Golfing Legend when he was inducted into the Arkansas Golf Hall of

Fame. Folks that’s a lot of Golf!

They are the parents of Mindy Wilson Crone and Izzy, a Border

Collie, and Clyde”Butch”Wilson of Hot Springs. They are

Grandparents to Kirby Crone and Great Grandparents of Kason.

They are a credit to the Hot Springs community and represent some

of Arkansas’ finest Seniors.

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Developing and adopting a positive

attitude makes the biggest effect on personal

happiness, and allows us to control the best or

worse situations that can happen in a moment.

Attitude is something we can control and lets

us focus on the positive, avoid pessimism, and

do things for others.

Thanks to all of our great Advertisers in

this issue of the Arkansas Senior Resource

Directory, and of course, our cover couple,

Sug and Kathleen Wilson for being instrumental in making this issue of

the Arkansas Senior Resource Directory great.

Please check our On-Line edition www.arkseniorresourcedirectory.

com for additional information regarding our advertiser’s services and local

places of distribution.

Knowledge at any age is power, the sooner you start in your personal

quest to find answers for those issues whether financial or medical is to

your advantage. Remember Seniors and Veterans and family, we are all in

this together. Doing your homework will pay off in the long run.

Stroke Identification

If you get a stroke victim to an emergency within 3 hours they can

totally reverse the effects of a Stroke.

Steps for recognizing a stroke – STRT

1. S ask the individual to Smile

2. T ask them to talk and speak a simple sentence

3. R ask them to raise both Arms, if they can’t there is a problem

4. T ask them to stick out their tongue “is it crooked or to one side”

If any of these are present, get them to a hospital emergency room or call 911

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Welcome home

Come home to Presbyterian Village.

When you choose Presbyterian Village, you realize you haven’t left home,

you’ve come home. A home with friends and staff who will become

like family, a family that nourishes and cares for you. We have cared for

the community for more than 50 years. Whether it’s updated cottages,

independent living, residential care, rehab, or 24-hour skilled nursing;

Presbyterian Village will be glad to welcome you home.

Thank you” to our great advertisers who understand the value and specific benefits of their

advertising exposure in the Arkansas Senior Resource Directory, the largest Seniors publication in

the state. Please use their services when your individual needs occur.

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It takes a Presbyterian Village.

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For more information call or visit one of our locations.

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Sally Davidson

on the Good

Samaritan

Pontoon Boat

for an enjoyable

cruise around

Lake Cortez.

One of three planters built and donated

by a young man, Tyler Langford, who was

completing project for his Eagle Scout badge

Leona Stark, one of

our Long Term Care

Residents enjoying

time with our Social

Services Director

Lisa Beer. Leona is

99 years young.

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To learn more about our in- and outpatient

rehabilitation therapy and continuum of

care communities, call (501) 922-2000.

All faiths or beliefs are welcome.

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Explanation of Care Levels

by Definition

Important Questions to Ask

When looking for an assisted living facility

INDEPENDENT LIVING – Housing for those whose needs do not

require additional assistance, such as over 55 apartments and

independent retirement communities.

CONTINUING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES – Housing where

a Senior can begin with independent living and move to assisted living

and finally full time skilled nursing.

ASSISTED LIVING –Independent housing with help provided for

activities of daily life.

PERSONAL CARE HOME – Housing within a home-like setting with

fewer residents.

SKILLED NURSING AND REHAB – Housing which is licensed and

fully equipped to provide residents with healthcare that meets the

needs of more involved medical problems.

ALZHEIMER’S AND DEMENTIA ASSISTANCE – Housing that provides

special programs and assistance for those with memory loss.

HOME CARE AND HOME HEALTH – Home care for non-medical or

skilled medical care that allows Seniors to remain in their home.

SENIOR DAY CARE PROGRAMS – Centers that provide meals and

activities that provide social interactions. Some can accommodate

Dementia/Alzheimer’s needs.

HOSPICE CARE – Care for the terminally ill through visits in the home

or care facility.

Continued care retirement communities with skilled nursing, skilled

nursing and rehabilitation care and Hospice care usually accept

Medicare.

1. Ask what kind of experienced and training does the staff possess.

2. What is the staff to resident ratio during the day, night and on

weekends.

3. Will there be an initial assessment prior to admission.

4. Is there a waiting list and how many are on, it including policies.

5. How is billing and payment handled.

6. Will there be a security deposit and is it refundable.

7. What are additional services not included in the monthly fee, for

example phone, cable or utilities.

8. What if any additional services are available if your needs change.

9. Is there a discharge policy.

10. Are off campus excursions provided and how often.

11. Any Happy Hour activities provided by the facility or costs for this

activity.

12. Is Wi-Fi available at the facility and the location.

13. Do the doors and windows have safety locks.

14. In case of an emergency does the facility have a generator or

alternate power source.

15. Does the facility provide covered parking or a parking lot for the

resident’s vehicle.

16. Pet policies.

17. If needed is rehab offered on the facility.

18. Will special dietary needs be accommodated.

19. Guide lines for the facility meal program.

20. Does the facility offer worship services.

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Looking for a Skilled

Nursing Home Facility?

Again, begin your search with a visual assessment of

the inside and outside. Make note of the residents and

if they are participating in activities or just sitting.

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1. What is the staff to patient ration during the day, night and on

weekends.

2. Do the same team of nurses and certified nursing assistants

(CNA’s) work with the same resident on a weekly basis.

3. What happens when the Medicare reimbursement runs out.

4. What amenities are considered private pay.

5. Is Wi-Fi provided on the property.

6. Are safety locks installed on the doors and windows.

7. Is an emergency generator or alternate powers source on the

property.

8. Is there an evacuation plan should the need occur.

9. Pet policies.

10. Can special dietary needs be accommodated.

11. Are meals prepared in-house or else-where.

12. Does a resident have food choices with a each meal.

13. Is there a policy for residents eating in their room.

14. Does the facility provide worship services.

15. Are there certified security systems on the property.

16. Is there a pharmacy, lab or dental and x-ray serviced on-site.

17. Is the facility Medicare and or Medicaid certified.

18. Are background checks and training to guard against staff abuse a

facility requirement.

19. Resident bathing requirements and how often.

20. Are on-site rehab, therapeutic whirlpool Baths, ventilators and

hospice services provided at the facility.

THE COMPLETE GUIDE FOR ACTIVE SENIORS,

CAREGIVERS, AND SENIORCARE PROFESSIONALS

Alzheimer’s Arkansas Programs and Services include:

• Toll-free 24-hour telephone

support for caregivers

• 67 Caregiver Support Groups

throughout the state of Arkansas

• Early-stage patient/caregiver

Support Groups

• Financial Assistance for

Caregivers for respite care,

safety home improvements and

much more

• Family Education Sessions and

One-on-One Counseling

• Community Awareness

Presentations to civic clubs,

churches upon request

• Training for Professional

Caregivers

• An in-house Resource Library

• Monthly Newsletter

All family services are free, the only stipulation is that they

must reside in Arkansas.

You can reach us at 501-224-0021, or by calling our after-hours Caregiver Line

at 501-913-1878 or go to our website at www.alzark.org


Alzheimer’s disease is often accompanied by behavioral and psychological symptoms

that are not typical to other diseases. Therefore, the unique challenges for paid and

unpaid caregivers require quality education, training and information in order to ensure

dignity for the older adult and a quality life for both the caregiver and patient. The UAMS

Schmieding Caregiver Training Program provides specific programs for both paid and

unpaid caregivers for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Paid caregivers can take the Alzheimer’s and dementia (AD) course that provides

information and practical tips on managing behaviors such as wandering and resistance

to daily hygiene. This course satisfies AR Code 21-1-701 et seq and Arkansas Department

of Human Services Nursing Assistant Training Program commonly referred to as the

“Barbara Broyles Alzheimer and Dementia Training.”

Unpaid caregivers can attend free dementia family caregiver workshops that provide an

overview of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease along with topics such as communication

techniques, understanding behaviors, nutrition, caregiver respect, maintaining good

quality of care and dignity for the older adult.

A UAMS Schmieding Caregiver Training program instructor provides tips that

contribute to maintaining respect, dignity and quality of life for the person living

with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease during a free Family Caregiver Workshop.

Arkansans, Alzheimer’s

and no cure in sight

by Sajni Kumpuris

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease is the most expensive

disease in the United States with the estimated cost for 2016 at $236 billion and is

anticipated to rise to a trillion dollars by 2050. Alzheimer’s and related dementia care

is provided by more than 15 million caregivers with an estimated 18.1 billion hours of

unpaid care valued at over $221 billion. In the United States, one in three seniors will

die from Alzheimer’s or related dementias, a 68 percent increase since 2000. (Alz.org)

With no cure in sight, the immense financial, emotional and physical nature of this

disease must be faced by Arkansans with great care and urgency.

Arkansas ranks ninth in the percentage of population over age 65, with half of those

living in rural Arkansas with inadequate medical resources. Of the 75 counties in our

state, 22 have no hospital and 46 have only one hospital. In addition, 14 percent of

Arkansans 60 years and older are living below the poverty level. (HPSAs) (HRSA website

11/4/2014)

UAMS also offers a new tour entitled Alzheimer’s/Dementia: Take a Walk in Their Shoes.

This experience allows individuals to experience the physical and sensory disorders

that are common in persons with Alzheimer’s disease allowing for greater empathy and

understanding. This program can be requested for on-location training in nursing homes,

communities of faith groups, or in collaboration with other senior events.

Since its inception, more than 6,200 people have attended Schmieding classes, 3,274

have graduated with certificates, and workshops have been presented to 1,238 family

members.

These programs are provided on location and at seven regional Centers on Aging located

throughout the state including, Jonesboro, Pine Bluff, Texarkana, Fort Smith, Hot Springs,

El Dorado, as well as the UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging in Little Rock.

Arkansas is the first to offer this type of training to caregivers statewide, and the UAMS

Schmieding program has made it a national leader in caregiver training. Developed in

2002, the program was replicated throughout Arkansas thanks to a generous donation

from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to the UAMS Arkansas Aging Initiative program.

Since 2009, the foundation has provided more than $20 million dollars to the university

to support operation of the programs in Arkansas.

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UAMS Schmieding Home Caregiver

Training Programs

we

training home caregivers

As the need for senior home care continues to grow

so does the need for certified caregivers and training

for family members caring for loved ones. If you have a

caregiver’s heart, the UAMS Schmieding Home Caregiver

Training program can teach you caregiver skills:

Certified and family training

No experience necessary

Small class sizes

Close to home

For more information, visit UAMScaregiving.org

Schmieding Home Caregiver Training

El Dorado • Fort Smith • Hot Springs • Jonesboro

Little Rock • Pine Bluff • Texarkana

El Dorado

Bethany Cheatham, RN

Program Coordinator

S. Arkansas Center

on Aging

106 West Main, Suite 310

El Dorado, AR 71730

870.639.1744

Ft. Smith

Lana Howard

Administrative Coordinator

West Central Center on Aging

512 S. 16th Street

Ft. Smith, AR 72901

479.478.8819

Hot Springs

Valerie Claar, MSN, RN, CNE

Program Coordinator

Oaklawn Center on Aging

101 McGowan Ct

Hot Springs, AR 71913

501.276.0945

Jonesboro

Linda Willey, RN

Program Coordinator

2813 Forest Home Rd

Jonesboro, AR 72401

870.207.7600

Little Rock

Sheila Robinson, BSN, RNP

Program Coordinator

UAMS Reynolds Institute

on Aging

4301 W. Markham, #748

Little Rock, AR 72205

501.526.6022

Pine Bluff

Kimberley Robertson, RN

Program Coordinator

South Central Center on Aging

4747 Dusty Lake Dr., Suite 101

Pine Bluff, AR 71603

870.879.1440

Texarkana

Stacy Hatfield, RN

Program Coordinator

Texarkana Regional Center

on Aging

4010 Jefferson Ave.

Texarkana, AR 71854

870.773.2030

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Forty-six.

Forty-seven.

whispered Gladys to herself

Forty-eight,”

as she

counted the roses on her rosebush.

ladys had been sitting in her

outdoor rocking chair for more

than three hours, watching the birds

and just counting flowers. She was

severely depressed, and had not slept

much in five days. Her appetite had

virtually gone away, and she was no

longer responding to her friends or

relatives who tried to call her to offer

their condolences and support. Gladys

lost her husband to cancer just 23

days ago, and she was struggling to

cope with a life without him.

Gladys was born in 1934, and was the

oldest of 6 children. She spent many of

her early years helping her mother with

her siblings. Her father worked the

family farm, and took a second job at

the local hardware store in town when

Gladys was 11. us, she soon became

a surrogate mother to her siblings, and

they became dependent on her for

many of life's tasks. Yet Gladys still

managed to make good grades in

school, excelled in math, and was on

her way to be the first in her family to

attend college.

Instead, Gladys married at age 17 and

moved many times during her adult life.

Her husband was a salesman, but they

fell on hard times in the 60's and Gladys

was forced to take some work to help

make ends meet. She and her husband

had 4 children, one of whom had

developmental challenges that made

school very challenging — especially

when the family relocated.

Nevertheless, Gladys lived a very full

life. But it was challenging for many

years as she carried the weight of

balancing a family with a husband who

was on the road a great deal. She always

felt supported by her husband, as she

depended upon him for many things.

Last year, her oldest son was killed in a

car accident, and her daughter recently

announced she was going through a

divorce with 3 children of her own. And

now the death of her husband of 64

years was almost too much for Gladys

to bear.

Luckily, Gladys's son Glenn and his wife

came by to visit her this particular day.

Glenn could see that his mother was

not well. She barely looked at him when

he arrived, and did not respond to all

his questions. Glenn noticed her

refrigerator had few items in it, and

what was remaining was turning to

mold. It was clear she wasn't eating

much, if at all.

Glenn knew his mother needed a good

deal of help and he called e

BridgeWay on that Sunday afternoon to

reach out.

Even though Gladys lived 45 minutes

from the hospital, they were able to

schedule an assessment for that very

day. Glenn drove her to the facility and

pulled right up to the front door of

CedarStone, the admissions building

on campus. Gladys was inside and

being assessed within a few minutes of

her arrival.

Gladys was admitted to the newly

constructed senior care unit that was

opened in September 2015. She was

able to sleep in a room near the nurses

station, and be a short distance from

the spacious dayroom. From that

dayroom, Gladys could see the plethora

of trees and the colorful flowers

growing outside. She was quite the

gardener at home before her life was

changed by her husband's death.

While at the Senior Unit, she met others

her age, some of whom had also

recently lost loved ones. She ate dinner

with others, and began to socialize both

at dinnertime and in group. And she

was stabilized on medications by her

psychiatrist who specializes in

psychiatric care for older adults.

Gladys improved markedly

and was discharged after

9 days in the program.

Since her discharge,

she has followed

up with a

psychiatrist

to remain

stabilized.

In an even bolder step, she made the

decision to move into a retirement

community where she is able socialize

and make friends. “I know that I need

people around me to comfort me, to cry

with me, to talk with me,” Gladys wrote

in her letter addressed to the staff at

e BridgeWay. She continued in her

letter, “I know about loss because I lived

it, but I now know how to live life

because I almost lost it. I am better

because of you, and I thank you.”

Months after her treatment at e

BridgeWay, Gladys sees her family often

and has found a new family to help her

cope. She still misses her husband and

the home they built 45 years ago. But

Gladys sought the help she needed and

is building a new life for herself. n

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For over 30 years, e BridgeWay has been caring for Arkansans of all ages.

Now, e BridgeWay offers Senior Care to adults, 55 and older, struggling

with mental health concerns. In honor of those who raised us, we provide

the following:

• New, state-of-the-art facility

• 24-hour nursing care

• Medication management and physician care

• Discharge and aercare planning

• Neuropsychological testing

• Safe, serene environment in central Arkansas

Here we treat each patient with dignity and care that may bring hope, help

and healing to those seeking a sense of wellness.

Trust your heart

with the state’s

only five-star

hospital.

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If you or a loved one is

experiencing difficulties,

it is important to find out

if a serious problem exists.

To schedule a confidential,

no-cost assessment,

call 24 hours a day,

7 days a week.

1-800-245-0011

we

helping add life to your later years

The UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging addresses the needs of seniors through primary medical

care, educational programs and research on aging and age-related diseases. Senior health care includes:

Thomas and Lyon Longevity Clinic — primary care for patients 65+

Arkansas Aging Initiative

Ottenheimer Therapy and Fitness Center

Schmieding Home Caregiver Training

Walker Family Memory Research Center

At UAMS, our focus is on making your later years healthier and more productive.

For more information, visit aging.uams.edu or call 501-296-1000.

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New Sensor

Technology

Brings Best

Fit to Senior

Prosthesis

Wearers

by Judy Otto

When one considers that a lower limb prosthesis bears 100% of the body’s weight

while walking, it is not surprising that achieving a perfect fit of the prosthetic socket

to the wearer’s leg is essential. Even small irregularities and mismatches in that fit

can cause discomfort, skin irritation or tissue damage from the friction due to shifting and

slippage. Now, wearers of lower limb prostheses have reason to rejoice, with the advent of a

new scanner that allows a fit as close to perfect as possible.

Prosthetic technology has made amazing strides, especially over the last two decades, as

improved methods of capturing the three-dimensional features of an amputee’s residual

limb have been developed. Every residual limb is different, with a bony structure and surface

topography that must be matched as closely as possible within the socket of its prosthesis to be

comfortable.

The recent introduction of the Omega ® Structure Sensor offers prosthesis an opportunity

to capture three-dimensional shapes in greater detail than ever before. Extremely compact,

lightweight, and portable, the device can be attached to an iPad and used to scan a person’s

residual limb in seconds.

Designed for capturing detail, the sensor’s scanned image of the leg can then be used by a

CAD (computer-aided drafting) system to design an exceptionally detailed and accurate socket

shape to fit the limb more intimately.

Created by WillowWood®, and partnered with a custom-designed app, the Structure Sensor is

the first 3D sensor for mobile devices to be used in the orthotic and prosthetic industry. It uses

infrared structure light to capture an object which is then generated by the scan app as a 3D

image onscreen.

Jason Eddy, Licensed Prosthetist-Orthotist, Orthotic Fitter, and

BOC Prosthetist for Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory in

Hot Springs, explained that because the sensor is able to take

scans that capture such exceptionally accurate detail, it has

great potential for other applications that may benefit seniors.

“Although we’re using it primarily for below-knee and aboveknee

prosthetic applications, there’s certainly a future benefit to

be derived from using the sensor to create some orthotics, such

as cranial reshaping orthoses and custom knee braces with

a much faster turnaround time. It can be used to scan virtually

anything – and at a lower cost than a traditional scanner,”

Eddy noted, “so it’s not only more accurate, it’s efficient and

economical from a technical perspective.”

Frank Snell, CPO, FAAOP scans Ron

Walter’s residual limb using the Omega ®

Structure Scanner. The detailed scanned

image will be input into Snell Laboratory’s

CAD system to fabricate an exceptionally

accurate prosthetic socket.

The sensor is placed over an iPad’s camera unit, and the

combined iPad-plus-scanner unit can be passed around any three-dimensional object (such

as a residual limb), taking multiple photos that it is able to blend seamlessly into an extremely

accurate three-dimensional image.

“Previous scanners would take four pictures and overlay them, with less detail at the ‘corner’ seams

– leaving some additional work for the prosthetist to do in order to ensure an accurate customized fit.

The Structure Sensor captures so much detail that the socket it designs should provide total contact –

100% all over,” Eddy reported,“ – without significant hand modifications.”

One of the problem areas where below-knee prosthesis-wearers

often experience discomfort is around the knee. The bony shape of

the knee can vary greatly between individuals, and has proved difficult

to capture by other methods, Eddy noted. Often, the fabricated socket

would have to be manually heat adjusted to provide a comfortable fit

at that weight-bearing point on the residual limb. An accurate initial

capture of the natural shape eliminates the need for such adjustments.

Eddy has already put the new technology to work on behalf of

several prosthetic patients, and claims that there is a unanimous

consensus: “They’re really, really pleased!” he said. “They are

enjoying a lot better quality fit, because of the greater detail the

sensor is able to pick up.”

Eddy happily offers demonstrations of the scanner’s prowess

and strongly recommends that prosthesis-wearers who are

experiencing discomfort should schedule an assessment

visit with their prosthetist, and ask for a Structure Sensor scan, if

available.

A Little Rock-based company with a 105-year history, Snell

Laboratory has offices in Little Rock, Russellville, Fort Smith,

Mountain Home, Fayetteville, Hot Springs, North Little Rock, Pine

Bluff and Conway. Find them online at: www.snellpando.com

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Rental

Assistance for

Low Income

Seniors Ages

62 and older

BY ELIZABETH LOPEZ

One of the most fundamental needs of very low income elderly nationwide is

safe, decent, affordable housing with supportive services. HUD helps private

apartment owners, such as the non-profit Christopher Homes of Arkansas,

offer reduced rents to low-income elderly and disabled. You can go to the

hud.gov website to search for private subsidized apartments in the U.S.

Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the

privately owned subsidized senior housing programs.

What are HUD 202 eligibility requirements for moving into an apartment? For the Project

Rental Assistance Contract (PRAC established in 1991) apartments, occupancy is open to

very low-income households which include at least one person 62 years or older.

For the Section 8/202 apartments, occupancy is open also to mobility impaired

age 18 and older who needs an apartment with the features necessary to

accommodate the mobility impaired as verified by a health provider.

Are there exceptions to the age & income eligibility requirements?

• Some properties have age waivers for 50 years instead of 62.

• Some properties have income waivers for persons with low income

instead of very low income.

• Some properties have both age and income waivers. Christopher

Homes currently has eight properties that have both income and age

waivers.

What other eligibility requirements are there? HUD will not subsidize the rent of a

person who:

• Has been evicted from HUD housing in the last three years (except for

special circumstances);

• Currently uses illegal drugs or abuses alcohol;

• Is classified as a sex offender.

Management Companies can also impose their own eligibility criteria based on

Landlord, Credit and Criminal Background Screening.

How do I know if I am income eligible to move into Senior Housing with Rental Assistance? Go to

www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/il/il14/index.html and select the county and state

where you would like to live. Review the chart for your household count to see if

you are income eligible. Your annual income must be 50% or less of the median

income for your household size. Income waivers allow the income to be 80% or less

of the median income.

How many persons can live in a HUD subsidized 202 household? Occupancy standards

are established by the housing provider, but the general rule is two persons

per bedroom unless the apartment is too small for two, such as a studio.

Christopher Homes properties are ground level garden terraces that include

studios and one bedroom apartments.

How is my rent calculated? A household will pay the highest of the following

amounts:

• 30% of the family’s monthly adjusted income;

• 10% of the family’s monthly income or

• $25 minimum rent.

What are my rights as a resident of a HUD-subsidized 202 apartment? A resident

has rights involving their apartment, resident organizations, and

nondiscrimination. For apartment living, rights include

• The right to live in decent, safe, and sanitary housing that is free from

environmental hazards such as lead-based paint hazards.

• The right to have repairs performed in a timely manner upon request

and to have a quality maintenance program run by management.

• The right to be given reasonable notice, in writing, of any

nonemergency inspection or other entry into your apartment.

Christopher Homes does not discriminate and provides equal and fair

treatment and use of our building services and facilities, without regard to

race, color, religion, gender, disability, familial status (children under 18), and

national origin (ethnicity or language).

What is the Service Coordinator Program? Service Coordinators are an integral part

of the services we provide. A Service Coordinator is responsible for assuring

that elderly residents especially those frail or at risk, and those non-elderly

residents with disabilities are linked to the supportive services they need to

continue living independently in their current homes. Christopher Homes

currently operates 10 properties that facilitate a Service Coordinator program.

The mission of Christopher Homes is to mobilize available public, private and

human resources to provide basic necessities including supportive services and

other enrichment activities for the well-being of those we serve.

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PHYSICAL

FITNESS AND

THE GOLDEN

YEARS

BY SHARON TURRENTINE,

HONORARY CHAIRMAN,

LOUISIANA GOVERNOR’S

COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL

FITNESS AND SPORTS

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Hey there, I want to

talk to you about Physical

Fitness and the Golden

Years. A physical fitness lifestyle includes three equal phases of physical training

which are Nutrition, Aerobic Activities and Strength Training. Let’s start with the

hardest.

Nutrition or “diet” is defined in the dictionary as Habitual Nourishment. So

WHATEVER you are eating IS your diet. Sensible healthy choices and proper portions

are the key ingredients here. Do not go back for seconds. Listen to your brain and

resist all junk food. You do not need them! As a reminder, watch out for sodium as

we only need 500 mg’s per day. I recommend you eat right 7 days a week.

Aerobic Type Activity is any activity done 20 minutes or longer that elevates the

heart rate. A brisk walk is aerobic activity. Choose something you are willing to do

and continue to do it. If available and you are able, swimming or just playing in the

pool for 20 minutes or more is great for the muscles.

Strength training is only accomplished by lifting weights that create tone and

firm the muscles to make your body stronger. Any activity that you do continuously

and consistently that works the muscle is a Builder. I recommend you do your

strength training at least 3 days a week.

Set your long term goals and short ones too. Don’t try to make all these

changes the first day. Make a schedule of what you plan to do and gradually

change your habits. The main goal here is to improve the quality of YOUR life

and most likely extend it too.

If you are truly trying to lose weight, then weight yourself once a week, not daily,

and at the same day and time each week. The complete physical fitness lifestyle and

better health will be your Reward. Try it, what have you got to lose?

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Nursing Home Crisis Planning

What you must know before you apply for Medicaid

If you or a loved one is permanently in the nursing home or about to go to a

nursing home, how do you plan to pay $5,000 to $7,000 per month for care?

If you don’t have enough income the nursing home will suggest you apply for

Medicaid to help you pay for care. However, never apply for Medicaid or allow

the Nursing Home to apply for Medicaid unless you are very sure you will qualify.

If you can answer yes to any of these questions below, you probably will not

qualify for Medicaid.

Medicaid Eligibility Checklist

* Do own a home in a Revocable or Irrevocable Trust?

* Have you transferred any assets to a trust within the last 60 months?

* Do you have any assets in a Revocable Trust?

* Do you own any real-estate (personal or commercial) besides your primary residence?

* Do you own any real-estate (personal or commercial) outside of Arkansas?

* Have you sold any property for less than fair market value within the last 60 months?

* Have you given any real-estate to anyone as a gift within the last 60 months?

* Have you given any monies to anyone as a gift within the last 60 months?

* Have you added anyone’s name to any property within the last 60 months?

* Do you have any financial accounts (bank, CDs, brokerage) with more than $2,000?

* Have you added anyone’s name to any financial accounts or assets within the last

60 months?

* Have you removed your name from any existing financial accounts or assets within

the last 60 months?

* Have you made any gifts or transfers to any individual or group within the last

60 months?

* Do you own life insurance with more than $1,500 cash surrender value?

* Do you own a boat, trailer, tractor, ATV, or farm equipment?

* Do you own a vehicle (personal or commercial) besides your primary transportation

vehicle?

When the nursing home applies for Medicaid both they and you assume

Medicaid will pay all the way back to the date you applied for Medicaid. If you

are approved this is true, but if you are not approved for Medicaid you now owe

the nursing home all the way back to the date you applied for Medicaid.

In short you may owe the nursing home from $10,000 to $70,000 because you

did not qualify for Medicaid the first time. You probably did not qualify because

you could answer yes to one or more of the above questions. To solve all these

problems and issues you will need a qualified Elder Law Attorney to help you

before you apply for Medicaid to make sure all of your i’s are dotted and all your

t’s are crossed so you qualify the first time you apply.

The Home Protection Plan

How to Protect your Home from the Government and Nursing Home

while you are recovering in nursing home rehabilitation

Each year many Arkansans go to a nursing home and slowly go broke. How

does this happen? For example take the couple with a $150,000 home, $50,000

in savings and a monthly income of $3000. The Husband had a stroke and went

to nursing home rehab for 6 weeks then returned home. Three years later the

Husband had another stroke and is now in the nursing home permanently. The

wife needs $2,000 for her monthly living expenses while the Husband’s nursing

home costs is an additional $5,000 per month. With $7,000 of expenses they

must take $4,000 out of their savings each month. In 12 months all $50,000 of

their savings are gone. This is what happens without a Home Protection Plan.

The Home Protection Plan: What if the first time the Husband went to nursing

home for 6 weeks he pre-qualified for Medicaid before returning home.

(A Home Protection Plan)

By pre-qualifying for Medicaid while in Rehab this couple can guarantee the

protection of their home from the government and the nursing home from future

long term care costs.

Unfortunately not just anyone can pre-qualify for Medicaid anytime they

want. You can only pre-qualify for Medicaid while you are living in a nursing

home such as Rehab. Once the pre-qualifying paperwork is done the nursing

home spouse can return home and know for sure that no matter what happens

in the future neither the government nor the nursing home can ever take their

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home. Three years later if the Husband has another stroke and is permanently

in the nursing home he is guaranteed the home is protected and the Husband

will quickly qualify for Medicaid to help pay his nursing home bill. The Home

Protection Plan will also protect the home if the wife permanently goes to a

nursing home and assure that she will quickly qualify for Medicaid to help pay

her nursing home bill.

With this option in mind, if you or a loved one goes to nursing home rehab,

this could be your golden opportunity to pre-qualify for Medicaid and protect

your home from the government and the nursing home. To pre-qualify for

Medicaid you will need a qualified Elder Law Attorney to make sure all of your

i’s are dotted and all your t’s are crossed and all your paperwork is in order. If

your paperwork is wrong you have lost your best and easiest chance to protect

your home. You must get it right the first time. There are no second chances.

To take advantage of this golden opportunity you should contact a qualified Elder

Law Attorney as soon as you know you will be leaving the hospital and going to a

nursing home for rehabilitation.

Arkansas Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

Dr. Daron C. Praetzel offers the full scope

of maxillofacial surgery. One hundred percent

of his focus and expertise is on surgery of the

jaws and face. Limiting his practice to this area

of the body provides his patients with a level

of surgical expertise that is more conducive to

great results. AOMS was founded on the belief

that their patients’ needs are of the utmost

importance. The entire team is committed

to meeting those needs. As a result, a high

percentage of AOMS patients are repeat

patients and referrals. AOMS welcome the

opportunity to earn your trust and confidence

with your facial cosmetic surgery, reconstructive

facial surgery, wisdom teeth removal and

surgical placement of dental implants.

Dr. Praetzel was on active duty with the Air

Force for 13 years and was deployed to Balad,

Iraq for four months where he served as the

Facial Trauma Surgeon at the Air Force Theater

Hospital. He is currently a Colonel in the Air

Force Reserves and performs surgery during

his tours of duty at Little Rock Air Force Base.

Dr. Praetzel covers face trauma surgery for

Mercy Medical Center. Dr. Praetzel brings to

Dr. Daron Praetzel

Dr. Aaron Baldwin

200 McAuley Ct.

Hot Springs, AR 71913

Office: 501-623-4485

the Hot Springs Community his experience

in facial surgery, offering facial cosmetic, jaw

and reconstructive surgery, as well as dental

implant surgery and wisdom teeth extractions.

Aaron Baldwin DMD,MD is a native of

Hot Springs, AR. After completing high school

at Lakeside, he then attended the University

of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Dr. Baldwin then

went to dental school at the University of

Louisville. Following dental school, he moved

to Lexington,KY and graduated with distinction

from the University of Kentucky College of

Medicine where he also completed specialty

training in oral and maxillofacial surgery. After

residency, he stayed on staff at University of

Kentucky as associate professor in oral and

maxillofacial surgery and also worked in private

practice in Lexington, KY. Dr. Baldwin has

special interests in orthognathic surgery, facial

trauma and reconstruction, and dentoalveolar

surgery and dental implants. He is excited to

finally move back to Hot Springs and is grateful

for the opportunity to serve his hometown

community.

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Massage Therapy for Seniors

By Beth Gohlson, LMT

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Our population ages daily. Not just the population in general, but each and every

human body. The search and desire to stay healthy and live pain free remains attainable.

Have you ever stood up from your chair with a groan while holding your lower back?

Or perhaps you miss being able to turn your head to the side comfortably to check for

oncoming cars in the other lane. Does the thought of bending over and tying your shoes

ever seem like a chore? Massage therapy is a natural way to relieve discomfort and

increase a positive way of life. As lifestyles become less active joints become stiff and

sore. Massage Therapy increases joint mobility and range of motion.

Massage therapists work to relieve muscle tightness, spasms or cramps.

As the muscle relaxes, blood and oxygen flow into the targeted area. This relieves pain

and increases circulation. The therapist will primarily use his/her hands and fingers to

massage and stretch muscles and soft tissue in order to accomplish the desired relief.

Sometimes heat, electronic devices, cupping or tools may even be used.

A massage should not be painful! It is important to communicate with your massage

therapist. If the pressure, stretch or a certain manipulation is uncomfortable, you should

let the therapist know immediately. Everyone has a different pain tolerance or level of

pressure that is considered pleasurable. Communication is a must!

The power of touch can never be underestimated. Research shows that those who are

physically touched on a regular basis have more of the hormone oxytocin. This hormone

helps lower stress, anxiety and blood pressure. It also increases pain tolerance. This

leads to a sense of calm and well being.

Regular scheduled massages have been demonstrated to have the following positive

effects:

• Management of chronic pain

• Help with clarity and focus

• Relief of stress and anxiety

• Management of depression

• Enhanced quality of sleep

• Headache relief

• Increased joint mobility

• Increased circulation

• Reduction of general

discomfort

Receiving massages is a powerful and natural way to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The

benefits are too numerous to count, both physical and psychological.

In Hot Springs to reach Beth use Bethgholson3@gmail.com or 870-480-6178

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Area Agency on Aging Offers Many

Free Services Benefiting Seniors

By Billie Holsomback

Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas is a private non-profit charitable

organization that provides an information and referral service for seniors 60 and older.

Area Agencies on Aging were created across the United States in 1974, as a result of the

previously passed Older Americans Act. The office in Malvern is located at 906 Dyer St. There

are four other offices in the West Central region located Hot Springs, Arkadelphia, Russellville

and Morrilton.

At Area Agency on Aging we

are dedicated to helping seniors

live independent, meaningful

and dignified lives. The

specialized home-care that

AAA provides allows seniors or

disabled adults to stay in their

homes, even as their physical

abilities become limited. This

type of care is for home-bound

seniors who are in need of

assistance in their homes and

prevents or delays placement of

the senior in a nursing home.

This allows the senior to retain the independence and dignity that is so critical to their quality

of life. Our certified personal care aides are supervised by a registered nurse who specializes in

personal care needs. Each client is visited every 60 days by a registered nurse to monitor the

quality of the services they are receiving, as well as making sure the senior’s evolving needs are

being met.

In addition, Case Managers visit clients regularly to help ensure they have everything that we

can provide to help them be safe and happy in their homes. The Case Managers are knowledgeable

about the problems of aging, as well as the resources and services that are available to help

this special population such as transportation resources. Many clients are Medicaid eligible,

but a growing number pay for their services or have long term care insurance that pays for

the care. AAA provides free assessments that identify the senior’s needs and provide solutions

tailored to fit those needs.

The Case Managers also sign seniors up for Meals on Wheels, which are prepared, served and

delivered by the local senior centers. The two local senior centers are primarily funded by the

Area Agencies on Aging.

The agency’s senior companion program offers friendship, light housekeeping, meal

preparation and limited transportation at no cost to seniors who qualify. The volunteer

driven program matches clients with volunteers – all seniors themselves – to further

help the client remain in their own homes as long as possible. Volunteers are needed for this

important program. Senior Companions must be 55 and over and be able to serve between 15

and 40 hours a week. They receive a small stipend for their time, mileage reimbursement and

accident and liability insurance while on duty. Formal experience is not needed. Time, compassion

and the desire to help seniors are the main qualifications.

Another program of

the Agency, the Family

Caregiver Grant Program,

offers short-term help

and respite for caregivers.

The grants are distributed

yearly and help caregivers

pay for respite care. It’s

one of many resources

available at AAA for family

members caring for their

loved ones at home.

The agency supports

14 senior activity centers

across its 10-county region, offering home-delivered Meals on Wheels, group meals, socialization,

recreational and educational activities, and other services to seniors. AAA Case Managers

assess clients’ eligibility for the home-delivered Meals on Wheels service and AAA provides

support for this program through the Senior Centers.

The agency’s long-term care ombudsmen advocate for seniors in long term care facilities

and assisted living facilities ensuring residents are well-cared for and any issues are

resolved. They see that resident councils are in place, resident rights are respected and

family members’ concerns are addressed. The Agency is currently seeking Volunteer Ombudsmen.

If you are interested in lending your voice for seniors for two to four hours a week and

helping protect nursing home residents please call today.

Most of the services provided by AAA are free to the recipient and those that are not can be

covered by Medicaid, private insurance or private payment.

For information on these and other programs offered by the agency, call 501-337-

1711, or 1-800-467-2170, visit the agency’s web site at www.seniorspecialists.org or follow

the agency on Facebook, under “Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas.”

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An Update from

United States Senator Tom Cotton

For Seniors in Arkansas

Five Important Tips for Seniors to help protect yourself from

fraud and having your hard earned money and life savings

conned out of you by cruel and heartless scammers!

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Always talk with a trusted family member or professional financial advisor

before making large purchases, donations or financial investments.

Beware of television advertisements and be skeptical of all unsolicited offers

regarding YOUR money. If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.

There is no free in free.

Add your phone number to the government’s “Do Not Call List”, and you can

do this for free by visiting www.DoNotCall.gov, or by calling 1-888-382-1222

from the phone number you want to register.

Never, ever give out your credit card number or personal information over the

phone especially if it is a solicited call. Do not agree to anything by phone!!

If you bank or pay bills by phone, use hard to guess passwords. Never

disclose your account numbers or personal information by email, especially

if the request appears to come from your bank or any other company you

do business with. Never hesitate to call them back to ask if the message is

legitimate.

Schemes used to defraud Seniors can be convincing and sometimes even threatening, so

it is important to stay alert to guard your money. Remember to safeguard your personal

information, and ignore all unsolicited offers and requests especially for money. In your

favor do not be embarrassed to discuss large financial decisions with someone trustworthy

that will help you make sure it is the right choice for you. Getting two opinions will help

guide you to that choice and ease your mind at the same time.

I serve on the Senate Committee on Aging, a special committee focused on

policies relating to older Americans. We’ve been hard at work over the last several

months and I wanted to take this opportunity to give you an update on the issues that

impact Arkansas’s seniors.

You may remember from my last update that the committee is particularly

focused on scams targeting the senior community. Earlier this year, we held a hearing

examining ways to prevent drug traffickers from tricking seniors into doing their

bidding and smuggling drugs. Following the hearing, I joined several other members

of the committee in asking Secretary of State Kerry to provide assistance from the

State Department to seniors who have fallen victim to a drug smuggling scam.

Following our letter, the State Department intervened in the case of a retired pastor

from Maine and J. Bryon Martin was released from a Spanish prison after nearly a

year.

Recently, the committee also looked at new ways to promote financial security

and stability in the senior community. During this hearing, I discussed the American

Savings Promotion Act, a law I passed when I served in the House of Representatives.

The American Savings Promotion Act allowed states to offer savings promotion

raffles, or prize-linked savings accounts, to encourage people to open savings

accounts. I was pleased to hear from Brian Plum, a bank executive and witness at

the hearing, that this legislation is an important tool in efforts to promote financial

solvency among seniors.

Finally, I was pleased to support and help pass a bill in the Senate designating June

15, 2016 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. While a small gesture, this resolution

can help bring awareness to the fact that nationwide it is estimated that one in every

ten adults over sixty fall victim to some sort of abuse, neglect or exploitation. I am

hopeful that this resolution will help bring attention to this important issue. And help

put a stop to this crime.

As always, I want to hear from you about issues affecting you. Please be sure and

contact my office with any questions or concerns or to simply express your opinion.

As a reminder, my offices in Arkansas stand ready and able to assist casework

problems that you may have—such as filing a claim with the VA or the Social

Security Administration. You can find contact information and stay up-to-date on the

happenings of the Senate and the Senate Committee on Aging by visiting my website,

cotton.senate.gov or calling (202) 224-2353.

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AID & ATTENDANCE ACT FOR VETERANS

Wartime Veterans and their Widows can receive up to the

following monthly benefits to help pay for In-Home Care and

Assisted Living

Monthly Annually

Married Veteran $2,054 $24,648

Single Veteran $1,732 $20,784

Widow of Veteran $1,113 $13,356

Benefits are paid directly to Veteran or Widow, are retroactive to date of application and

are TAX FREE.

1. MILITARY SERVICE REQUIRED DURING WARTIME: The Veteran served 90 days of

active duty with at least one day during a declared state of war. Eligible Dates are:

WWI April 16, 1917 – November 11, 1918

WWII December 7, 1941 – December 31, 1946

Korea June 27, 1950 – January 31, 1955

Vietnam August 5, 1964 – May 7, 1975

Gulf/Iraq August 2, 1990 – Present

2. MEDICAL QUALIFICATIONS: The Veteran or widow must be over age 65 and

have at least one or more significant health problems. In my experience I have found

about 90% of those over age 70 qualify medically and about 60% of those ages 65-70

qualify medically. Your personal physician must complete the proper VA paperwork to

determine if you qualify medically.

3. ASSET QUALIFICATIONS: The Veteran or widow can qualify for the full benefit

and own a Home, Car, Household Goods and Furnishings and up to $80,000 of savings

and investments. The exact amount of savings and investments they can have will

differ from Veteran to Veteran because the formula is based on the Veteran’s age, life

expectancy, current income and monthly medical expenses. Veterans who are over

the asset limit may spend some of their money (Countable Resources) on things such

as home improvements, a new automobile (Non-Countable Resources) or pay off

existing debt in order to qualify. Fortunately, at this time, gifts to children can be made

to reduce a Veteran’s Resources and this is not a disqualifying gift. However Congress is

considering making gifts a disqualifying event. This has not occurred yet and Veterans

who apply before any change in the law would not be disqualified by making a gift

to their children. Caution: Gifts to children can have adverse tax consequences and

assets gifted to children can be lost if the child is sued, divorced or files bankruptcy. A

properly structured gift trust can protect these assets gifted to a child from being lost to

such mishaps.

4. INCOME QUALIFICATIONS:

The amount of Monthly Benefit a

Veteran or widow can qualify for

is partially based on their current

income and medical expenses, but

you don’t have to be impoverished.

I have found about 40% of my

clients will qualify for some or all of

the benefit without any planning.

They simply need direction on

how to go about applying for the

benefit. Another 40% of my clients

will qualify immediately with a

little planning and 20% will not

qualify at all because they have

very good income or minimal

medical expenses. However, most

of these 20% will qualify in the

future as their Medical expenses

increase and if they are currently in

need of In-Home Care or Assisted

Living these medical expenses will

usually qualify them for some or

all of the benefit. The other 80%

of my clients will typically receive

the maximum VA benefit at the

time they require In-Home Care or

Assisted Living because In-Home

Care and Assisted Living are

considered medical expenses.

If you or a loved one is currently in

need of In-Home Care or Assisted

Living consider these programs and

the benefits they may provide. Getting

the help you need right now

may prevent or at least delay the

necessity of Nursing Home Care in

the future.

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VETERAN VA BURIAL BENEFITS

Veteran burial benefits must be requested, generally in writing, they

are not automatic, and can take considerable time and effort for your

family. Your local Dignity Memorial provider can assist with exactly what

you are entitled to receive as a Veteran.

Consider:

• US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Benefits do not cover all the

funeral or cremation arrangement of honorably discharged Veterans.

• A “Report of Separation from the Armed Forces of the United States”

(discharge paper) is required to verify military service.

• A Veteran’s family may request a United States flag, at no cost, to

drape the casket or accompany the urn of a deceased Veteran. One

flag per veteran.

• Military funeral honors ceremonies must be scheduled in advance and

include the folding and presentation to the United States flag and the

playing of “Taps”.

• The VA and other branches of service do not provide a free casket for a

deceased Veteran, unless death occurs while on active duty.

• A “Presidential Memorial Certificate” signed by the current President,

must be requested by the deceased veteran’s next of kin and loved

ones.

• Monetary Burial benefits are limited if you choose not to be buried in

a VA national cemetery. If the death is service-related, up to $2,000.00

may be paid for burial expenses.

• Eligibility requirement for burial in a VA National Cemetery have caveats

but include: an assigned gravesite (if available), opening and closing

of the grave, a grave liner for casketed remains, a Government headstone

or marker and perpetual care at no cost to the family.

• If a Veteran burial is in a private cemetery, headstones, markers or medallions

must be requested.

• Replacement of military service medals, awards and decoration must

be requested in writing.

Contact the NPRC at 1-866-272-6272 or go to www.archives.gov,

or any Dignity Memorial provider to receive the Veteran SF 180

burial form and additional information.

How to Make

Caregiving

Easier

THE SOLUTION IS SIMPLER THAN YOU MIGHT IMAGINE…

No one has to tell the more than 65 million Americans who provide unpaid care to

loved ones with chronic illness that their job is difficult, stressful and exhausting —

physically and emotionally.

Nor do caregivers (full- or part-time) need to hear yet again that they must build a

support system so they can take breaks to pamper themselves from time to time. What

caregivers need most are methods for making the day-to-day act of caregiving a little

less exhausting.

What often gets overlooked: With the grueling demands of caregiving —whether it’s

shopping, handling a loved one’s finances or helping with bathing and dressing — it’s

easy to overlook the critical aspect of effective communication.

So often, it’s the misunderstandings, hurt feelings and unspoken expectations that

drain precious energy from the caregiver at the very time he/she needs it most. Here

are eight secrets to help caregivers...*

Set the ground rules. It’s common for caregiving to begin with a

SECRET #1

general intention of “helping out.” However, the needs of your loved

one are bound to grow over time. That’s why it is crucial for every caregiving arrangement

(even with a spouse) to have a written agreement, initiated by the caregiver with

input and consent from the loved one. What are you, as the caregiver, able and willing

to do? How much time can you realistically commit to providing care? When creating

the agreement, which can be reviewed and changed periodically, remind the ill person

that it will help protect the relationship and prevent misunderstandings.

Don’t give in. Whether it’s eating a food that’s not on his diet or

SECRET #2

stopping physical therapy, it’s tempting to allow a chronically ill

person to have his way just to keep the peace. Do not do it. Instead, try to figure out

the reason for the request. Listen closely and then repeat the request, so the person

knows you’re paying attention. Take some time to consider the request, even when

you know the answer is no.

When you do tell the person no, be firm but explain your reasons so you don’t come

across as arbitrary. Try to find another way to address the request in a safer and/or

more appropriate way. If the person is, say, asking to eat spicy foods that you know

upset his stomach, offer to contact a nutritionist for advice on what else he can eat.

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SECRET #3

Pay attention to body language. In many cases, a person may say

one thing but really be feeling something else. For example, your

loved one may say that he likes the meal you’ve prepared, but his fidgeting at the table

most likely indicates that he feels frustrated with the food choice or perhaps the table

setup. Or your loved one may say that he feels comfortable taking a walk in the backyard,

but if he’s looking down when he makes the statement, he may, in fact, feel unsafe.

Be attuned

to these signals,

and you’ll be better

able to meet

that person’s real

needs.

SECRET #4

Practice listening.

Many chronically

ill people

are angry about

what they’re experiencing

and

need to vent. As

the caregiver, one of your primary roles is to simply listen. (If you are a family member, it

may be appropriate for you to help find a solution or look for someone who can.)

Let your loved one know that you’re willing to listen, as long as he’s not hurting or

attacking you. If you get frustrated, say, “OK, I need to leave now. But I’ll be back in a

while.” By saying you’ll be back, you let the person know you’re still in a relationship

with him.

Apologize if you’re wrong. If you’re spending a lot of time with a

SECRET #5

loved one, chances are you’ll forget to follow through on a request,

act irritated when you should not or do something else at some point that will offend

or hurt that person. If this occurs, give the person an opportunity to air his grievance.

Never interrupt. After hearing out the person, repeat what he has said back to him. If

it’s obvious that you offended your loved one, apologize immediately and sincerely.

If your fault is less obvious, offer to think about what your loved one has said and let

him know that you’ll discuss it further the next day. When the time comes, explain

what you think happened and let the person know that you didn’t intend to hurt

him. Sometimes, the person may simply be looking to vent his feelings and not even

expect an apology.

Use the power of

SECRET #6

touch. Day-to-day

caregiving can easily focus so much on

the chores that need to be done that

the relationship you have with the ill

person gets somewhat neglected. In

these cases, touch can be a powerful

antidote. Simply holding someone’s

hand can ease sadness. A peck on the

cheek shows you’re happy to see your

loved one. Touching shows acceptance,

compassion and caring—and

the result is a stronger bond between

you and your loved one. Make sure the

touch is appropriate to your relationship,

and avoid touching anyone who

dislikes physical contact.

Let your loved

SECRET #7

one cry. Crying is

a normal reaction to the sadness and

suffering that often result from chronic

illness. Even men need to cry. When

someone cries, don’t interrupt him with,

“Why are you crying?” or “Don’t cry.”

Simply sit silently and look empathetic.

Interrupt only if you’re handing the

person a tissue.

When the tears stop, wait awhile and then say, “I can see you’re very disturbed, and

this makes me feel for you.” While leaning forward with an expectant look on your face,

say, “Is there anything you’d like to talk about?” Don’t force your loved one to explain

the tears. Often, a good cry is all it takes to ease distressful feelings.

Avoid confrontation. Do your best to avoid clashes, especially over

SECRET #8

minor issues. Use phrases such as, “As I see it…” or “In my opinion…”

to suggest that you are giving your opinion, not hard facts. If you do have an

argument, stay calm. Allow the other person to talk—or show anger as long as it isn’t

excessive or abusive — uninterrupted. When he finishes, calmly explain your position.

If the conversation is still heated, suggest that you save the discussion for later when

he calms down.

Source: Walter St. John, EdD, a former professor of communications and an administrator at

Keene State College in New Hampshire. For more than 20 years, he has taught interpersonal

communication skills and presented communication workshops throughout the US. He is the

author of Solace: How Caregivers and Others Can Relate, Listen, and Respond Effectively to a

Chronically Ill Person (Bull).

*These recommendations are not necessarily effective for people with dementia — seek the advice of

a geriatric psychologist if you are caregiving for someone affected by this disorder, which may affect

his/her ability to communicate effectively.

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SNAP Can Help Stretch Your Grocery Budget

The USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

SNAP can be used to buy nutritional shakes and other doctorrecommended

foods. Most Grocery Stores and more than 50

Farmers Markets in Arkansas accept SNAP! Take your grandkids

to the market! Just look

for the SNAP/EBT logo.

If you receive SNAP

benefits, it does not “take

away” from someone else.

Benefits are electronically

transferred to a debit

card and you simply swipe

the card at your store to

purchase the good food

SNAP helps older Arkansans afford good

food for good health.

you need. The minimum benefit is about $16 per month. Would

you toss a $16 coupon if it were in the newspaper? The average

monthly SNAP benefit for households with older Arkansans is $76

per month.

You can apply on line at www.Access.Arkansas.gov, or call your local

DHS SNAP office, see your county listing in the back of this magazine.

ASRD RESOURCES

Help For Caregivers

SRD makes every effort to insure that all directory listings are correct at the time of printing.

Should you find an incorrect listing, kindly notify us so that we may make the correction in the

next issue.

CAREGIVER RESOURCES

• Directories available

Agingcare.com: 239-594-3202 / www.agingcare.com

A website and online forum for people caring for their aging parents, allowing

caregivers to communicate with each other, post questions, get answers from

elder care experts and caregivers, as well as access news, information and

products related to caregiving.

Alzheimer’s Arkansas Programs and Services

• 24-Hour Telephone Support for caregivers in need of support after office hours.

(1-800-689-6090)

• Family Education provides family and friends of loved ones with Alzheimer’s

and dementia with critical information about the disease, caregiving, longterm

care planning and community resources.

• The Family Assistance Program provides funds for respite care, legal expenses,

moderate home modifications and non-prescriptive medical needs.

• 57 Caregiver Support Groups, led by trained facilitators in Arkansas, provide a

safe environment for our caregivers to share information as well as give and

receive support.

• In-Service Training for Professionals in nursing homes, home care agencies,

hospice and other organizations. CEU’s are available upon request.

• The Annual “Hope for the Future” symposium provides family and professional

caregivers with vital information on caregiving challenges and opportunities to

provide the most effective care for your loved ones and patients.

Arkansas Area Agencies on Aging

Region I (Counties: Baxter, Benton, Boone, Carroll, Madison, Marion, Newton,

Searcy and Washington)

• The Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Arkansas

Jerry Mitchell, Director

1510 Rock Springs Rd / PO Box 1795

Harrison AR 72602-1795

Phone: (870) 741-1144 /Toll free: 1-800-432-9721 TDD: (870) 741-1346

Region II (Counties: Cleburne, Fulton, Independence, Izard, Jackson, Sharp, Stone,

Van Buren, White, and Woodruff)

• White River AAA

Ed Haas, Executive Director

3998 Harrison Street / PO Box 2637

Batesville AR 72503 Phone: (870) 612-3000/ Toll free & TDD: 1-800-382-3205

Region III (Counties: Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross, Greene, Lawrence, Lee,

Mississippi, Phillips, Poinsett, Randolph, and St. Francis)

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• East Arkansas AAA

Ed Doman, Executive Director

2005 E. Highland/Fountain Sq. / PO Box 5035

Jonesboro AR 72403

Phone: (870) 972-5980 / Toll free: 1-800-467-3278

Region IV (Counties: Arkansas, Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Cleveland, Desha, Drew,

Grant, Jefferson and Lincoln)

• Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas

Betty M. Bradshaw, President & CEO

709 East 8th / PO Box 8569

Pine Bluff AR 71611

Phone: (870) 543- 6300

TDD and Toll Free: 1- 800- 264- 3260

Region V (Counties: Faulkner, Lonoke, Monroe, Prairie, Pulaski and Saline)

• CareLink, the Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging

Elaine Eubank, Executive Director

706 West 4th Street / PO Box 5988

North Little Rock AR 72119

Phone: (501) 372-5300/688-7437/ Toll free & TDD: 1-800-482-6359

Region VI (Counties: Clark, Conway, Garland, Hot Spring, Johnson, Montgomery,

Perry, Pike, Pope and Yell)

• Area Agency on Aging West Central Arkansas

Timothy Herr, Executive Director

905 W. Grand Avenue

Hot Springs AR 71913

Phone: (501) 321-2811/ Toll free: 1-800-467-2170/TDD: (501) 321-2811

E-mail: info@seniorspecialists.org

Region VII (Counties: Calhoun, Columbia, Dallas, Hempstead, Howard, LaFayette,

Little River, Miller, Nevada, Ouachita, Sevier and Union)

• Area Agency on Aging of Southwest Arkansas

Janet Morrison, Executive Director

600 Columbia, 11E / PO Box 1863

Magnolia AR 71754-1863

Phone: (870) 234-7410/Toll free & TDD: 1-800-272-2127

Website: Age With Dignity

Email (Information and Assistance Division): dkendrick@aaaswa.net

Region VIII (Counties: Crawford, Franklin, Logan, Polk, Scott and Sebastian)

• AAA of Western Arkansas

Jim Medley, President & CEO

524 Garrison / PO Box 1724

Fort Smith AR 72902

Phone: 479-783-4500/ Toll free: 1-800-320-6667

Caregiving: www.caregiving.com

A support system for caregivers with a monthly newsletter, tips on how to deal

with the stresses of caregiving, and online support groups.

Children of Aging Parents: (800) 227-7294 / www.caps4caregivers.org

Information and referral. Quarterly newsletter available with a reasonable

membership fee.

LiveOn Network: www.liveonnetwork.com

An easy-to-use website offering a wide array of unique, helpful products that can

be purchased and shipped with the click of a button.

The Eldercare Locator: (800) 677-1116

Assistance service is designed to help older persons and caregivers locate local

and national support resources for aging Americans.

National Alliance for Caregiving: www.caregiving.org

National Family Caregiving Association : (800) 896-3650 / www.familycaregiver.org

Information and support for individuals who provide care for others at any stage

of their lives or with any disease or disability.

CAREGIVER INFORMATION

And Thou Shalt Honor: The Caregiver’s Companion: www.andthoushalthonor.org

Better Business Bureau: (501)664-7274 / 12521 Kanis Rd, Little Rock, AR 72211

Caring Connections: 1-800-658-8898 / www.caringinfo.org

Children of Aging Parents (CAPS): 1-800-227-7294 / www.caps4caregivers.org

ElderCare Online: www.ec-online.net

Family Caregiver Alliance: www.caregiver.org

Family Caregivers Online: www.familycaregiversonline.net

Family Caregiving 101: www.familycaregiving101.org

National Caregivers Library: www.caregiverslibrary.org

National Council on Aging: 1-800-424-9046 / www.benefitscheckup.org

National Council on Aging Info: 1-800-222-2225 / www.niapublications.org

English and Spanish caregiving publications

National Women’s Health Info: 1-800-994-9662 /

www.4woman.gov/faq/caregiver.htm

Oaklawn Center on Aging: (501) 623-0020 /

210 Woodbine Street • Hot Springs, AR 71901

Seniors-Site.com: www.seniors-site.com

Superior Senior Care: www.superiorseniorcare.com

The USAA Educational Foundation: www.usaaedfoundation.org

CAREGIVING EDUCATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

Council for Health Education/Development: 877-747-1542 / Free training classes

Schmieding Home Caregivers Training Centers: 877-762-0015

Operated under the Arkansas Aging Initiative Program at UAMS

• Schmieding Center for Senior Health and Education

Dr. Gary McHenry / Director of Education

2422 N. Thompson Ste. B / Springdale, AR 72756 /

Schmieding Education Center: 479-751-3043

• Mruk Family Center on Aging

Nancy Svehla / Director of Education

624 Hospital Drive / Mountain Home 72653

(870) 508-3880

• South Arkansas Center on Aging

Angela Norman / Director of Education

Senior Education Center: 403 W. Oak St. Ste. 306 / El Dorado, AR 71730

(870) 881-8969

• South Arkansas Senior Health Clinic

815 Thompson / El Dorado, AR 71730 / (870) 863-4996

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• Texarkana Regional Center on Aging

Amy Leigh Overton McCoy / Director of Education

4010 Jefferson / Texarkana, AR 71854

Senior Education Center: (870) 773-2030

• Christus St. Michael Senior Health Center

1400 College Dr. Ste. 202 / Texarkana, TX 75503

903-614-5330

• Center on Aging – Northeast

303 East Matthews Ste. 202 / Jonesboro, AR 72401

Senior Health Clinic: (870) 207-7595 / Senior Education Center: (870) 336-5088

303 East Matthews Ste. 101 / Jonesboro, AR 72401

• South Central Center on Aging

Theresa Horton / Director of Education

4747 Dusty Lake Dr. Ste. 101 / Pine Bluff, AR 71603

Senior Education Center: (870) 879-1440

Senior Health Clinic: (870) 541-7188

• West Central Center on Aging

Senior Education and Resource Center

512 S. 16th St. / Ft. Smith, AR 72901

479-478-8819

• Senior Health Center

500 Dodson Ave / Ft. Smith, AR 72901

479-573-7960

• Oaklawn Center on Aging

Education Resource Center

(501) 623-0020

210 Woodbine / Hot Springs, AR 71901

Well Spouse Association: 1-800-838-0879 / www.wellspouse.org

Offers emotional support through its local support groups, newsletter and

round-robin

letter chains.

Arkansas Contacts:

Jonesboro, AR: Rose Trosper / (870) 930-2204 (Meetings: 3rd Thursday /month; 6

pm-8 pm)

Little Rock, AR: Jan Bowen / (501) 803-0089 / jabowen38@sbcglobal.net

Blytheville, AR: Ricarda Snellback / (870) 563-2970 / ricardajack@att.net

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DIRECTORY - FACILITIES

LISTED BY COUNTY

Facilities & Agencies Directory

SRD makes every effort to insure that all directory listings are correct at the time of printing. Should

you find an incorrect listing, kindly notify us so that we may make the correction in the next issue.

• directories available

Arkansas County

Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas, Inc. .........................................(870) 673-7146

P.O. Box 209, Stuttgart, AR 72160

Arkansas County Health Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (870) 946-2662

1616 South Madison, DeWitt, AR 72042

Arkansas County Health Unit Home Health Department ...................................(870) 673-1609

1602 North Buerkle Street, Stuttgart, AR 72160

DeWitt City Hospital Home Health Agency ................................................(870) 946-2301

1622 Whitehead Drive, DeWitt, AR 72042

•Pain Treatment Centers of America. ................................... (501) 773-6993

8608 Dollarway Road, Suite B

White Hall, AR 71602

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 946-4519

100 Court Sq.

Dewitt, AR 72042

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 673-3597

203 S. Leslie

Stuttgart, AR 72160

Ashley County

Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas, Inc. .........................................(870) 364-7788

P.O. Box 907, Crossett, AR 71635

Ashley County Health Department ........................................................(870) 853-5525

401 North Cherry Street, Hamburg, AR 71646

Ashley County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 853-5911

106 East Lincoln, Hamburg, AR 71646

Ashley County Home Health Unit .........................................................(870) 364-2115

1300 West Fifth Avenue, Crossett, AR 71635

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 853-9816

201 W. Lincoln

Hamburg, AR 71646

Baxter County

Area Agency on Aging - Baxter County Branch Office ......................................(870) 425-9811

1101 Spring Street, Cooper Park, Mountain Home, AR 72653

Arkansas Department of Health Baxter County ............................................(501) 425-3072

P.O. Box 308, Mountain Home, AR 72653

Baxter House Adult Center ................................................................(870) 425-7585

1101-3 Spring St., Mountain Home, AR 72653

Baxter County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 424-6655

213 East Sixth Street, Ste. 40, Mountain Home, AR 72653

Baxter County In-Home Services ..........................................................(870) 424-6655

1322 Bradley Dr., Ste. 7, Mountain Home, AR 72653

•Good Samaritan Society - Mountain Home............................. (870) 425-2494

300 Good Samaritan Drive

Mountain Home, AR 72653

Hiram Shaddox Geriatric Center ...........................................................(870) 425-6203

620 Hospital Drive, Mountain Home, AR 72653

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (870) 424-7010

333 Highway 5 N., Ste. 4

Mountain Home, AR 72653

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 425-6011

204 Bucher Dr.

Mtn. Home, AR 72654

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 424-4109

# 10 Medical Plaza, Mountain Home, AR 72653

Benton County

ARcare ...................................................................................(479) 715-4745

900 B South Walton Blvd., Ste. 21, Bentonville, AR 72712

Area Agency on Aging - Benton County Branch Office .....................................(479) 273-9424

1410 SE 14th Street, Bentonville, AR 72712

Autumn Place at Oak Ridge ...............................................................(479) 451-1800

103 Wade Lane, Pea Ridge, AR 72751

Benton County Health Department .......................................................(501) 273-9511

1202 Southwest 14th, Bentonville, AR 72712

Benton County Health Unit - Rogers .......................................................(501) 273-9511

1200 W. Walnut St., Ste. 2200, Rogers, AR 72756

Benton County Health Unit - Siloam Springs ...............................................(501) 273-9511

1200 W. Walnut St., Ste. 2200, Rogers, AR 72756

The Brookfield at Highland Crossing ......................................................(479) 855-5600

#3 Highland Crossing, Bella Vista, AR 72715

Concordia Arms ..........................................................................(479) 855-4730

#3 Professional Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715

Concordia Catered Living .................................................................(479) 855-6464

#11 Professional Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715

Gardens at Osage Terrace, The ............................................................(479) 254-8759

3317 SE “L” Street, Bentonville, AR 72712

Green Acres Easy Living Inc. ...............................................................(479) 631-1552

2407 West Oak St., Rogers, AR 72758

•Highlands Oncology Group. .......................................... (479) 936-9900

808 South 52nd St.

Rogers, AR 72758

Innisfree Retirement Community. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (479) 636-7363

300 Innisfree Circle, Rogers, AR 72758

Legacy Village Greenhouse Corporation ...................................................(479) 271-2387

1303 NE Legacy Parkway, Bentonville, AR 72712

The Meadows ............................................................................(479) 273-9969

2300 S.E. 28th St., Bentonville, AR 72712

New Adams House .......................................................................(479) 273-9226

101 Angel Floro Drive, Bentonville, AR 72712

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

1502 SE 28th St., Ste. 8

Bentonville, AR 72712

Rocking Chair Inn ........................................................................(479) 756-9428

1232 W Stultz Rd., Springdale, AR 72764

St. Mary’s Hospital Home Health and Hospice .............................................(479) 936-2978

2710 Rife Medical Lane, Rogers, AR 72758

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 273-9011

900 Southeast 13th Ct.

Bentonville, AR 72712

Village House, Inc. ........................................................................(479) 855-4449

1801 Forest Hills Blvd, Ste. 150, Bella Vista, AR 72715

Visiting Angels ...........................................................................(479) 419-9495

213 W. Monroe Ave., Ste D, Lowell, AR 72745

Boone County

Area Agency on Aging - Regional Services Center ..........................................(870) 741-1144

1510 Rock Springs Road, Harrison, AR 72602

Area Agency on Aging - Boone County Branch Office ......................................(870 )743-1623

1508 Rock Springs Road, Harrison, AR 72602

Boone County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 743-5244

1622 Campus Street, Harrison, AR 72601

Harrison Retirement Center ...............................................................(870) 365-3656

520 Harness St., Harrison, AR 72601

Maple Esplanade Assisted Living ..........................................................(870) 204-5226

1400 Old Bergman Road, Harrison, AR 72601

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 741-6107

2126 Capps Road

Harrison, AR 72601

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 741-3592

707 N Main St., Harrison, AR 72601

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Bradley County

Bradley County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 226-8440

208 North Bragg St., Warren, AR 71671

Guest House of Warren ...................................................................(870) 226-2346

1105 Woodlawn, Warren, AR 71671

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 226-5878

902 Halligan

Warren, AR 71671

Calhoun County

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice VI - Area VI Office .................................(870) 798-3113

Highway 167 South, 1119 Prestress Drive, Hampton, AR 71744

Calhoun County Health Unit ..............................................................(870) 798-2808

1119 Prestress, Hampton, AR 71744

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 798-4201

136 Archer

Hampton, AR 71744

Carroll County

Area Agency on Aging - Carroll County Branch Office ......................................(870) 423-6114

1204 Primrose. Berryville, AR 72616

•Autumn Hill Therapy and Living Center................................ (870) 423-6966

500 Hammons Ave.

Berryville, AR 72616

•Brighton Ridge Therapy and Living Center. ............................ (479) 253-7048

235 Huntsville Road

Eureka Springs, AR 72632

Carroll County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 423-2923

402 Hailey Road, Berryville, AR 72616

Green Acre Lodge, Inc. ....................................................................(479) 253-6553

89 Hillside Drive, Holiday Island, AR 72631

Holly House Assisted Living ...............................................................(479) 253-9800

100 Ridgeview Road, Eureka Springs, AR 72632

Peachtree Village at Holiday Island ........................................................(479) 253-9933

5 Park Drive, Holiday Island, AR 72631

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 423-3351

304 Hailey Rd.

Berryville, AR 72616

Chicot County

Area Agency on Aging Chicot County .....................................................(870) 538-3644

P.O. Box 298, Dermott, AR 71638

Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas, Inc. .........................................(870) 543-6300

P.O. Box 768, Lake Village, AR 71653

Chicot County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 265-2236

1742 Highway 65 & 82 South, Lake Village, AR 71653

Chicot Memorial Hospital Home Health Agency ...........................................(870) 265-5351

2729 Highway 65 & 82 South, Lake Village, AR 71653

Lake Village Residential Care Center .......................................................(870) 265-5042

917 Mary B Street, Lake Village, AR 71653

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 265-3821

1736 Hwy. 65 & 82 So.

Lake Village, AR 71653

Clark County

Area Agency of Aging of West Central Arkansas, Inc. .......................................(870) 246-8708

121 North 25th Street, Arkadelphia, AR 71923

Arkadelphia Retirement Center ...........................................................(501) 224-4250

1420 Pine Street, Arkadelphia, AR 71923

Clark County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 246-4078

605 South Tenth Street, Arkadelphia, AR 71923

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 246-9886

602 S. 10th Street

Arkadelphia, AR 71923

The Plaza at Twin Rivers, LLC ..............................................................(870) 403-6201

3007 Twin Rivers Drive, Arkadelphia, AR 71923

Clay County

Clay County Health Department ..........................................................(501) 857-6281

1009 South Garfield Avenue, Piggott, AR 72454

Clay County Health Unit ..................................................................(870) 598-3539

1009 South Garfield, Piggott, AR 72454

Magnolia Manor of Piggott ...............................................................(870) 598-2190

1200 Gordon Duckworth Dr., Piggott, AR 72454

Piggott Community Hospital Home Health ................................................(501) 598-3133

1206 Gordon Duckworth Drive, Piggott, AR 72454

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 598-2282

187 N, 2nd Street

Piggott, AR 72454

Cleburne County

ARcare85 .................................................................................(501) 362-9426

1511 Highway 25B, Heber Springs, AR 72543

Cleburne County Health Unit .............................................................(501) 362-7581

2319 Highway 110 West, Ste. C, Heber Springs, AR 72543

Pine Mountain Veterans Home ............................................................(501) 589-3529

1089 BevinsRd East, Quitman, AR 72131

Southridge Village Retirement Center ......................................................(501)362-7023

401 Southridge Parkway, Heber Springs, AR 72543

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 362-3298

1521 W. Main

Heber Springs, AR 72543

Cleveland

Cleveland County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 325-6311

409 East Magnolia Street, Rison, AR 71665

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

8608 Dollarway Road, Suite B

White Hall, AR 71602

Southwest Arkansas Development Council Home Health ..................................(870) 887-5989

304 East Vine Street, Rison, AR 71655

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 325-6218

201 5th St.

Rison, AR 71665

Columbia County

All Gods Children Elderly Care .............................................................(870) 234-2425

219 North Dudney, Magnolia, AR 71753

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice VI/ Columbia Co. Health Unit ......................(870) 235-3798

207 West Calhoun, Magnolia, AR 71753

Columbia County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 235-3798

207 South Jefferson, Magnolia, AR 71753

Dudneywood Assisted Living .............................................................(870) 234-2800

2600 North Dudney Road, Magnolia, AR 71753

Magnolia Hospital Home Health Agency ..................................................(870) 235-3000

101 Hospital Drive, Magnolia, AR 71753

Southwest Ark Development Council Home Health/ Serenity Hospice ......................(870) 234-7752

1312 East Main Street, Magnolia, AR 71753

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 234-4190

601 E. University

Magnolia, AR 71754

Conway County

Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas .............................................501354-0484

13 E. Colonial Circle, Morrilton, AR 72110

Conway County Health Unit ..............................................................(501) 354-4652

100 Hospital Drive, Morrilton, AR 72110

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

1111 Main St., Suites 201-202

Conway, AR 72032

Pathfinder Inc./Cottonwood ICF/MR .......................................................(501) 354-3085

610 West Church, Morrilton, AR 72110

St. Vincent Morrilton Senior Day Care ......................................................(501) 977-2413

#4 Hospital Drive, Morrilton, AR 72110

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 354-2418

#2 Bruce Street

Morrilton, AR 72110

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Craighead County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (870) 336-7615

1315 Stone St.

Jonesboro, AR 72401

ARcare22 .................................................................................(870) 336-1675

2816 Fox Meadow Lane, Jonesboro, AR 72401

ARcare55 .................................................................................(870) 802-3586

1530 N. Church St., Jonesboro, AR 72401

ARcare65 .................................................................................(870) 237-9928

1009 Hwy 18, Lake City, AR 72437

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Jonesboro .......................................................(870) 931-9575

2204 Crescendo Dr., Jonesboro, AR 72401

•Christopher Homes of Monette ............................................................(870) 486-2748

#21 Christopher Place, Monette, AR 72447-9612

Craighead County Health Unit ............................................................(870) 933-4585

611 East Washington Avenue, #C, Jonesboro, AR 72401

Craighead Nursing Center ................................................................(870) 933-4535

5101 Harrisburg Rd., Jonesboro, AR 72404

East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging, Inc. .................................................(870) 930-2257

2005 East Highland Drive, Jonesboro, AR 72401

Pathfinder Inc./Dogwood ICF/MR .........................................................(870) 935-3586

804 Loberg, Jonesboro, AR 72401

St. Bernards Day Place ....................................................................(870) 933-2074

225 E. Jackson, Slot 85, Jonesboro, AR 72401

St. Bernard’s Home Health ................................................................(870) 972-4502

1726 Marie Circle, Jonesboro, AR 72401

St. Bernard’s Hospice .....................................................................(870) 972-4507

1726 Marie Circle, Jonesboro, AR 72401

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 972-1732

1600 Browns Lane Access Rd.

Jonesboro, AR 72403

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 268-6962

1901 Woodsprings Road, Jonesboro, AR 72401

Crawford County

•Crawford Healthcare and Rehabilitation .............................. (479) 474-6885

2010 Main Street

Van Buren, AR 72956

Hopes Creek, Inc. .........................................................................(479) 471-1900

2502 Fayetteville Road, Van Buren, AR 72956

Memory Lane at Legacy Heights ..........................................................(479) 474-7233

1012 Fayetteville Road, Van Buren, AR 72956

Mulberry Lodge ..........................................................................(479) 997-8001

949 N. Main Street, Mulberry, AR 72947

•Sparks Health System ................................................ (479) 441-5601

1001 Towson Avenue

Fort Smith, AR 72901

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 474-7595

704 Cloverleaf Cir.

Van Buren, AR 72956

Crittenden County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (870) 732-8746

201 W. Bond

West Memphis, AR 72301

ARcare ...................................................................................(870) 400-0263

1028 North Missouri Ste. 6, West Memphis, AR 72301

Cannon Senior Adult Daycare .............................................................(870) 733-9740

841 Ruth Street, Earle, AR 72331

Cannon Senior Adult Daycare .............................................................(870) 733-9740

4119 Waverly Road, Proctor, AR 72376

Crittenden County Health Department ....................................................(501) 792-7393

841 Ruth Street, Earle, AR 72331

Crittenden County Health Unit ............................................................(870) 735-4334

901 N. 7th St., West Memphis, AR 72301

Crittenden Adult Care Services, LLC .......................................................(870) 733-1235

718 East Broadway, West Memphis, AR 72301

Golden’s Adult Day Care, LLC ..............................................................(870) 735-2005

208-C North Sixth St., West Memphis, AR 72301

Pathfinder Inc./Eastwood ICF/MR .........................................................(870) 735-7483

208 West Jackson Street, West Memphis, AR 72301

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 732-5170

401 S. College Blvd.

W. Memphis, AR 72301

Cross County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (870) 208-9797

503 E. Levesque

Wynne, AR 72396

ARcare25 .................................................................................(870) 755-2234

5787 Highway 64, Parkin, AR 72373

ARcare26 .................................................................................(870) 442-2040

2624 Hwy 42, Cherry Valley, AR 72324

ARcare60 .................................................................................(870) 238-0377

611 E. Julia, Wynne, AR 72396

ARcare Pharmacy .........................................................................(870) 755-2838

5787 Highway 64, Parkin, AR 72373

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Parkin ............................................................(870) 755-2939

100 College St., Parkin, AR 72373

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Wynne ...........................................................(870) 238-3388

21 Christopher Place, Wynne, AR 72396

Cross County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 238-2101

701 East Julia, Wynne, AR 72396

Cross Ridge Hospital Home Health Agency ................................................(870) 208-1140

P.O. Box 590, Wynne, AR 72396

East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging, Inc. .................................................(501) 238-3816

1421 South Falls, Wynne, AR 72396

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 238-8553

803 Hwy. 64 East

Wynne, AR 72396

Dallas County

Dallas County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 352-7197

201 North Spring St., Fordyce, AR 71742

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 352-5115

1202 W. 3rd St.

Fordyce, AR 71742

Desha County

Area Agency on Aging Desha County .....................................................(501) 644-3614

P.O. Box 336, McGehee, AR 71654

Delta Memorial Hospital Home Health Agency-Lincoln County .............................(870) 382-4045

Highway 65 South, Dumas, AR 71639

Desha County Health Department ........................................................(870) 382-2377

761 Highway 65 South, Dumas, AR 71639

Desha County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 222-3910

200 East Ash St., McGehee, AR 71654

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 222-4144

200 North First Street

McGehee, AR 71654

Drew County

Area Agency on Aging of SE Arkansas Hospice II ...........................................(870) 367-9873

110 East Gaines, Monticello, AR 71655

Area VII Health Office .....................................................................(501) 367-6202

447 West Gaines, Monticello, AR 71655

Caring Children Adult Day Care ...........................................................(870) 460-9727

139 East College St, Monticello, AR 71655

Drew County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 367-6234

940 Scogin Drive, Monticello, AR 71655

Drew Memorial Hospital Home Health Agency ........................................... (870) 460- 3585

778 Scogin Drive, Monticello, AR 71655

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 367-6835

444 Hwy. 425 North

Monticello, AR 71657

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Faulkner County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (501) 504-2555

1058 Front St., Ste. 104

Conway, AR 72032

ARcare24 ................................................................................. (501) 932-9010

1500 Museum Rd. Ste 104, Conway, AR 72032

ARcare42 ................................................................................. (501) 932-9010

11 N Railroad Ave., Mayflower, AR 72106

Creative Living, Inc. ICF/MR ...............................................................(501) 329-1703

P.O. Box 1990, Conway, AR 72033

Christian Day Care ........................................................................(501) 548-0008

1150 Museum Plaza #102, Conway, AR 72032

•Dudeck Law Firm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (501) 327-3527

505 Amity Road, Ste. 100

Conway, AR 72032

Faulkner County Health Unit ..............................................................(501) 450-4941

811 North Creek Drive, Conway, AR 72032

•Griffin Leggett Conway Funeral Home. ................................ (501) 327-5000

1751 Dave Ward Dr.

Conway, AR 72034

Gunters Veteran’s Home ..................................................................(501) 796-2471

253 Center Point Loop, Vilonia, AR 72173

•Pain Treatment Centers of America. ................................... (501) 773-6993

1111 Main St., Suites 201-202

Conway, AR 72032

•Pain Treatment Centers of America. ................................... (501) 773-6993

8907 Kanis Road, Suite 400

Little Rock, AR 72205

•St. Andrews Place ................................................... (501) 329-9879

3501 College Ave.

Conway, AR 72034

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (501) 548-6288

2915 Dave Ward Drive, Ste. 11

Conway, AR 72034

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 730-9900

1000 E.Siebenmorgan

Conway, AR 72032

Unity Adult Care Center, Inc. ..............................................................(501) 327-2644

223 Locust St., Conway, AR 72032

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(501) 548-0500

1520 East Dave Ward Drive, Conway, AR 72032

Franklin County

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(479) 508-1000

2713 West Commercial, Ozark, AR 72949

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 667-2379

800 W. Commercial

Ozark, AR 72949

Fulton County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (870) 257-2617

23 Choctaw Tr.

Cherokee Village, AR 72529

ARcare23 .................................................................................(870) 670-4861

805 3rd St., Horseshoe Bend, AR 72512

Fulton County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 895-3300

510 South Main Street, Salem, AR 72576

Fulton Co. Hospital Home Health Services/North Ark HomeCare ...........................(870) 895-2273

P.O. Box 517, Salem, AR 72576

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 895-3309

222 Byron Road

Salem, AR 72576

White River Area Agency on Aging, Inc. ....................................................(870) 895-4035

605 Highway 62 West, Salem, AR 72576

Garland County

ARcare ...................................................................................(501) 627-1933

312 Ouachita Ave., Hot Springs, AR 71901

Area Agency of Aging of West Central Arkansas, Inc. .......................................(501) 321-2811

905 West Grand Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71913

Arkansas Health Department Area IV Office ...............................................(501) 624-1159

1425 Malvern Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901

•Arkansas Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons ............................... (501) 623-4485

200 McAuley Ct.

Hot Springs, AR 71913

•The Atrium at Serenity Pointe ........................................ (501) 760-1140

2803 Albert Pike Road

Hot Springs, AR 71913

•Christopher Homes of Hot Springs. . ......................................................(501) 318-1317

1010 Cones Road, Hot Springs, AR 71901-6663

Garland County Health Unit ...............................................................(501) 624-3397

1425 Malvern Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901

Hearts and Homes ........................................................................(501) 318-3929

154 Hamilton Dairy Road, Hot Springs, AR 71901

•Levi Hospital......................................................... (501) 624-1281

300 Prospect Avenue

Hot Springs, AR, 71901

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (501) 525-7943

3810 Central Avenue, Ste. B

Hot Springs, AR 71913

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 321-2583

115 Stover Lane

Hot Springs, AR 71913

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(501) 520-6250

177 Sawtooth Oak St., Hot Springs, AR 71901

Grant County

Grant County Health Department .........................................................(870) 942-3157

720 East Center Street, Sheridan, AR 72150

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

8608 Dollarway Road, Suite B

White Hall, AR 71602

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 942-5151

#16 Opportunity Dr.

Sheridan, AR 72150

Greene County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (870) 236-2043

39B Southpointe Dr.

Paragould, AR 72450

Arkansas Methodist Medical Center Home Health Agency .................................(870) 239-7152

P.O.Box 339, Paragould, AR 72451

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Paragould ....................................................... .(870) 239-8609

1612 S. 9th St.,Paragould, AR 72450

East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging, Inc. .................................................(870) 236-3903

120 West Highland, Paragould, AR 72540

Greene County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 236-7782

801 Goldsmith Road, Paragould, AR 72450

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 236-8723

809 Goldsmith Road

Paragould, AR 72450

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 236-9756

2420 Linwood Drive - Ste. 3, Paragould, AR 72450

Hempstead County

Hempstead County Health Unit ...........................................................(870) 777-9424

808 West Fifth Street, Hope, AR 71801

•Hope Haven Assisted Living Community .............................. (870) 777-8655

500 West 23rd Street

Hope, Arkansas 71801

Omega Home, Inc. IFC-MR ................................................................(870) 777-4501

P.O. Box 1540, Hope, AR 71802

Southwest Arkansas Development Council ................................................(870) 777-2629

104 South Main Street, Hope, AR 71802

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 777-8656

116 N. Laurel

Hope, AR 71801

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Hot Spring County

Hot Spring County Health Unit ............................................................(501) 332-6974

2204 Sullenberger, Malvern, AR 72104

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 332-2718

2505 Pine Bluff St.

Malvern, AR 72104

Howard County

Southwest Arkansas Development Council ................................................(870) 845-4706

206 East Howard Street, Nashville, AR 71852

Howard County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 845-2208

201 E. Hempstead, Ste. 2, Nashville, AR 71852

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 845-4334

534 N. Main

Nashville, AR 71852

Independence County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (870) 698-1820

1501 Harrison St.

Batesville, AR 72501

ARcare35 .................................................................................(870) 793-4600

1175 Vine St., Batesville, AR 72501

ARcare41 .................................................................................(870) 569-4934

110 Camp Tahkotah Road, Batesville, AR 72501

ARcare48 .................................................................................(870) 307-0001

4100 Harrison St., Batesville, AR 72501

Area X Health Unit ........................................................................(870) 251-2848

P.O. Box 4267, Batesville, AR 72503

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice X ................................................(870) 251-2848

40 Allen Chapel Road, Batesville, AR 72503

•Arkansas Processing Center......................... (870) 793-0666 or (855) 506-2266

1095 White Dr.

Batesville, AR 72501

Independence County Health Unit ........................................................(870) 793-8852

120 Weaver Avenue, Batesville, AR 72501

Pathfinder Inc./Briarwood ICF/MR .........................................................(870) 793-8335

420 Barnett Drive, Batesville, AR 72501

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 698-1876

100 Weaver Ave.

Batesville, AR 72501

White River Area Agency on Aging ........................................................(870) 793-4431

3998 Harrison Street, Batesville, AR 72501

Izard County

ARcare100 ...............................................................................(870) 368-5030

54 Tate Springs Road, Melbourne, AR 72556

Izard County Health Unit ..................................................................(501) 661-2000

P.O. Box 827, Melbourne, AR 72556

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 368-4318

278 E. Main St.

Melbourne, AR 72556

Jackson County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (870) 523-7520

106 Lindley Ln.

Newport, AR 72112

ARcare45 .................................................................................(870) 523-2944

1507 N. Pecan, Newport, AR 72112

ARcare90 .................................................................................(870) 485-2234

300 E. Main St., Swifton, AR 72471

Jackson County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 523-8968

1505 North Pecan, Newport, AR 72112

•St. Michaels Place . ................................................... (870) 523-9514

1311 N. Pecan St.

Newport, AR 72112

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 523-9828

321 3rd St.

Newport, AR 72112

White River Area Agency on Aging - Jackson County .......................................(870) 523-4982

2600 Doyle Street, Newport, AR 72112

Jefferson County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (870) 395-7536

7250 Sheridan Rd., Ste. 105

White Hall, AR 71612

Butlers Adult Daycare Center .............................................................. (870) 536-3898

620 S. Poplar, Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Diannes Adult Health Care Center, Inc ..................................................... (870) 536-2844

601 Ohio Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Jefferson County Health Department/Jefferson HomeCare .................................(870) 535-3420

3905 S. Hazel Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Jefferson Regional Medical Center Home Health Services ..................................(870) 541-7211

1600 West 40th Avenue, Pine Bluff, AR 71603

Katherine’s Little Angels Adult Care Center ................................................(870) 850-7797

2006 W. 27th Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71603

Labor of Love ADC Center ................................................................(870) 534-5628

1514 S. Poplar, Pine Bluff, AR 71601

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

8608 Dollarway Road, Suite B

White Hall, AR 71602

Pine Bluff Adult Day Care .................................................................(870) 535-2370

612 West 5th, Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Precious Years Adult Day Health Care ......................................................(870) 534-8207

3601 W 6th St., Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Redeem Adult Day Health Care ...........................................................(870) 541-0377

1604 Brentwood, Pine Bluff, AR 71601

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (870) 534-1900

2425 W. 28th Avenue

Pine Bluff, AR 71603

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 534-4200

1222 W. 6th

Pine Bluff, AR 71611

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 541-9300

4747 Dusty Lake Drive, Ste. 203, Pine Bluff, AR 71603

Johnson County

Johnson County Health Unit ..............................................................(479) 754-8248

#6 Professional Park Drive, Clarksville, AR 72830

Johnson County In-Home Services ........................................................(479) 754-3002

1219 South Rogers Ave., Clarksville, AR 72830

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 754-2355

900 S. Rogers Ave.

Clarksville, AR 72830

Visiting Nurses Agency of Western Arkansas, Inc. ..........................................(479) 754-8280

200 East Main Street, Clarksville, AR 72830

Lafayette

Lafayette County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 921-5744

1113 Chestnut St., Lewisville, AR 71845

Southwest Arkansas Development Council, Inc. Home Health ..............................(870) 921-5456

Third & Spruce, Lewisville, AR 71845

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 921-4283

2612 Spruce St.

Lewisville, AR 71845

Lawrence County

Lawrence County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 886-3201

1050 W. Free St., Walnut Ridge, AR 72476

Lawrence Hall Nursing Center .............................................................(870) 886-1295

1051 West Free Street, Walnut Ridge, AR 72476

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 886-2408

400 N.W. 4th St.

Walnut Ridge, AR 72476

Lee County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (870) 336-7655

448 S. Alabama St.

Marianna, AR 72360

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•Christopher Homes Inc.-Marianna. ........................................................(870) 295-6345

238 Christopher Cove #1, Marianna, AR 72360

Lee County Health Unit ...................................................................(870) 295-2400

141 North Hicky Street, Marianna, AR 72360

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 295-2597

772 W. Chestnut St.

Marianna, AR 72360

Lincoln County

Area Agency on Aging of Southeast Arkansas, Inc. .........................................(870) 628-5147

P.O. Box 158, Star City, AR 71667

Lincoln County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 628-5121

214 South Lincoln Avenue, Star City, AR 71667

•Pain Treatment Centers of America. ................................... (501) 773-6993

8608 Dollarway Road, Suite B

White Hall, AR 71602

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 628-4105

101 W. Wiley St.

Star City, AR 71667

Little River County

Little River County Health Unit ............................................................(870) 898-3831

150 Keller, Ashdown, AR 71822

•Pinecrest Retirement Home........................................... (870) 898-8383

2048 Rankin St.

Ashdown, AR 71822

Southwest Arkansas Development Council ................................................(870) 898-2502

P.O. Box 2, Ashdown, AR 71822

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 898-5155

90 Waddell St.

Ashdown, AR 71822

Logan County

Area Agency on Aging ....................................................................(479) 963-6868

333 South First Street, Paris, AR 72855

Area Agency on Aging ....................................................................(479) 675-4234

550 Heritage Drive, Booneville, AR 72927

Area Agency on Aging ....................................................................(479) 675-4234

550 Heritage Drive, Booneville, AR 72927

Logan County Health Unit ................................................................(479) 675-2593

721 W. First St., Booneville, AR 72927

Logan County Health Unit ................................................................(479) 963-6126

150 South Lowder, Paris, AR 72855

South Logan County Health Department ..................................................(479) 675-2593

721 W. 1st Street, Booneville, AR 72927

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 963-2783

#17 W. McKeen

Paris, AR 72855

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 675-3091

398 E. 2nd.

Booneville, AR 72927

Woodcrest Living Center ICF/MR ..........................................................(479) 675-5032

1501 East Main, Booneville, AR 72927

Lonoke County

ARcare17 .................................................................................(501) 843-5968

821 E. Park St. HWY 70, Carlisle, AR 72024

ARcare18 .................................................................................(501) 842-3131

227 Pine Bluff Highway, England, AR 72046-2234

ARcare46 .................................................................................(501) 941-1376

5830 Highway 5 West, Cabot, AR 72023

ARcare47 .................................................................................(501) 676-0181

1310 North Center St., Lonoke, AR 72086

ARcare93 .................................................................................(501) 941-3522

614 North Grant St., Cabot, AR 72023

Grahams Foster Home for the Elderly, Inc. .................................................(501) 843-5968

692 Honeysuckle Lane, Cabot, AR 72023

Lonoke Care Center, LLC ..................................................................(507) 676-6200

1497 Lincoln Street, Lonoke, AR 72086

Lonoke County Health Department .......................................................(501) 343-7561

614 North Grant Street, Cabot, AR 72023

Lonoke County Health Department Home Health .........................................(501) 676-2268

306 North Center Street, Lonoke, AR 72086

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

4020 Richards Road, Suite A

North Little Rock, AR 72117

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 676-5643

100 Park St.

Lonoke, AR 72086

Webster Veterans Home ..................................................................(501) 676-6914

104 Webster Lane, Lonoke, AR 72086

Madison County

Area Agency on Aging - Madison County Branch Office ....................................(479) 738-2524

903 North College, Huntsville, AR 72740-1047

Countryside Assisted Living ...............................................................(479) 738-1500

722 Phillips Place, Huntsville, AR 72740

Madison County Health Department ......................................................(501) 738-2612

P.O. Box 800, Huntsville, AR 72740

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 738-2161

1013 N. College Av.

Huntsville, AR 72740

Marion County

Area Agency on Aging - Marion County Branch Office .....................................(870) 453-7000

5966 Hwy 202 West, Flippin, AR 72634-1130

Arkansas Department of Health ...........................................................(870) 449-6363

P.O. Box 129, Yellville, AR 72867

Baxter Hospital Home Health Marion County ..............................................(870) 449-5559

P.O. Box 1078, Yellville, AR 72687

Marion County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 449-4259

707 Hwy 202 West, Yellville, AR 72687

Marion County Nursing Home ............................................................(870) 449-4201

620 North Panther Avenue, Yellville, AR 72687

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 449-4058

114 Old Main

Yellville, AR 72687

Miller County

ARcare ...................................................................................(870) 772-2763

503 Walnut, Texarkana, AR 71854

Ark Miller County Health Department .....................................................(870) 772-2763

503 Walnut, Texarkana, AR 71854

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice V/Miller Co. Health Unit ...........................(870) 642-2535

503 Walnut, Texarkana, AR 71854

Housing Opportunities Addition, Inc. ICF/MR ..............................................(903) 791-2283

4600 County Avenue, Texarkana, AR 71854

Miller County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 773-2108

503 Walnut, Texarkana, AR 71854

Sisters of Charity St. Michael Home Health and Hospice ....................................(870) 779-3055

300 East Sixth Street, Texarkana, AR 71854

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 773-0563

3809 Airport Plaza

Texarkana, AR 71854

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 216-2242

910 Realtor Ave., Texarkana, AR 71854

Mississippi County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (870) 563-2000

109 W. Hale

Osceola, AR 72370

Arkansas Department of Health Mississippi County ........................................(501) 763-7064

1299 North Tenth Street, Blytheville, AR 72316

East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging, Inc. .................................................(870) 763-2278

1101 David Lane #A, Blytheville, AR 72315

Mississippi County Health Department ....................................................(870) 563-2521

720 West Lee Street, Osceola, AR 72370

Mississippi County Health Unit ............................................................(870) 763-7064

1299 North Tenth Street, Blytheville, AR 72315

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•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 763-7093

1104 Byrum Road

Blytheville, AR 72315

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 563-5234

437 S. Country Club Rd.

Osceola, AR 72370

Monroe County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (870) 589-2239

311 West Cedar

Brinkley, AR 72021

ARcare ...................................................................................(870) 400-0263

306 W. Martin Luther King, Brinkley, AR 72012

ARcare70 .................................................................................(870) 734-1150

615 N. Main, Brinkley, AR 72021

ARcare Pharmacy .........................................................................(870) 734-1100

615 N. Main, Brinkley, AR 72021

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice ..................................................(501) 734-1461

306 West King Drive, Brinkley, AR 72021

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Brinkley ..........................................................(870) 734-2201

900 West 6th St., Brinkley, AR 72021

•Christopher Homes Inc-Clarendon ........................................................(870) 747-5441

400 Meadow Lane, Clarendon, AR 72029

Monroe County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 734-1461

306 West King Drive, Brinkley, AR 72021

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 747-3329

600 N. 11th St.

Clarendon, AR 72029

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 734-1445

301 1/2 N. New Orleans

Brinkley, AR 72021

Montgomery County

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice IV ................................................(870) 867-3138

346 Luzerene, Mount Ida, 71957

Montgomery County Assisted Living ......................................................(870) 867-2159

147 Senior Drive, Mt. Ida, AR 71957

Montgomery County Health Unit .........................................................(870) 867-2331

346 Luzerne St., Mt. Ida, AR 71957

Montgomery County Nursing Home ......................................................(870) 867-2156

741 South Drive, Mount Ida, AR 71957

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 867-3184

232 Graham St.

Mount Ida, AR 71957

Nevada County

Nevada County Health Unit ...............................................................(501) 562-1017

1501 West First Street North, Prescott, AR 71857

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 887-6626

355 W. 1st St. North

Prescott, AR 71857

Newton County

Area Agency on Aging - Newton County Branch Office .....................................(870) 446-2337

100 East Clark Street, Jasper, AR 72641

Newton County Health Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (870) 446-2216

506 West Court St., Jasper, AR 72641

Newton County Nursing Home ...........................................................(870) 446-2333

610 East Court Street, Jasper, AR 72641Newton County

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 446-2237

100 Spring St.

Jasper, AR 72641

Ouachita County

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Camden .........................................................(870) 837-1911

900 Sharp Ave., Camden, AR 71701

Doctor’s Home Care Ouachita County .....................................................(970) 786-9114

P.O. Box 797, Camden, AR 71711

Doctor’s Home Care Ouachita County .....................................................(870) 836-1301

638 California Avenue SW, Camden, AR 71701

Doctors Home Care .......................................................................(870) 836-1287

P.O. Box 797, Camden, AR 71711

Ouachita County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 836-5033

740 California Ave. SW, Camden, AR 71701

Southwest Arkansas Development Council, Inc. ...........................................(870) 836-5906

214 Van Buren Street NW, Ste A, Camden, AR 71701

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 836-8166

222 Van Buren St. NW

Camden, AR 71711

TLC Senior Center ........................................................................(870) 837-1028

797 Viser Avenue, Camden, AR 71701

Perry County

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

8907 Kanis Road, Suite 400

Little Rock, AR 72205

Perry County Health Unit .................................................................(501) 889-5156

1039 N. Fourche Ave., Perryville, AR 72126

Perry County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center ...........................................(501) 889-2400

1321 Scenic Drive, Perryville, AR 72126

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 889-5105

213 Houston Ave.

Perryville, AR 72126

Phillips County

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Elaine .............................................................(870) 827-3705

500 N. Pecan St. , Elaine, AR 72333-0043

•Christopher Homes Inc.-West Helena .....................................................(870) 572-9433

13 Christopher Cir., West Helena, AR 72390

Helena Hospital Association Home Health Agency .........................................(870) 338-3808

119 Hickory Hill, Helena, AR 72342

Phillips County Health Unit ...............................................................(870) 572-9028

110 Shirley Hicks Lane, Helena, AR 72390

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 816-3200

104 D’Anna Place

Helena, AR 72342

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 338-6200

812A Newman Drive, Helena, AR 72342

Pike County

Pike County Health Unit ..................................................................(870) 285-3154

15 Caddo Dr., Murfreesboro, AR 71958

Pike County Memorial Hospital and Home Health Agency .................................(870) 285-3182

315 East 13th Street, Murfreesboro, AR 71958

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 285-3111

331 E. 13th Street

Murfreesboro, AR 71958

Poinsett County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (870) 358-1222

38 Frisco

Marked Tree, AR 72365

Poinsett County Health Department ......................................................(870) 578-4480

119 North Main Street, Harrisburg, AR 72432

Poinsett County Health Unit ..............................................................(501) 358-4018

102 Liberty Street, Marked Tree, AR 72365

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 578-5491

406 N. Ilinois

Harrisburg, AR 72432

Polk County

Ouachita Senior Community Development, LP ............................................(479) 243-0033

1341 South Mena Street, Mena, AR 71953

Polk County Health Unit ..................................................................(501) 394-2707

702 Hornbeck Avenue, Mena, AR 71953

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 394-3100

606 Pine St.

Mena, AR 71953

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(479) 394-4800

1706 Hwy 71 N, Mena, AR 71953

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Visiting Nurses Agency of Western Arkansas ...............................................(870) 867-4186

600 7th Street, Mena, AR 71953

Pope County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (479) 219-5136

2504 W. Main St.

Russellville, AR 72801

Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas, Inc. ......................................(501) 967-9300

1310 West Main Street, Ste. A, Russellville, AR 72801

Arkansas Health Department Area III ......................................................(501) 968-4177

404 N. El Paso Avenue, Russellville, AR 72801

Pope County Health Unit .................................................................(501) 968-6004

203 Weir Road, Russellville, AR 72802

Pope County In-Home Services ...........................................................(479) 890-4834

1509 East Main Street, Ste. 6, Russellville, AR 72834

River Valley Assisted Living ................................................................(479) 567-5578

1909 Fairway Blvd, Russellville, AR 72801

St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center Home Health ..........................................(479) 968-4544

1808 W. Main Street, Russellville, AR 72801

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (479) 968-1713

2300 W. Main Street

Russellville, AR 72801

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 968-5596

701 N. Denver

Russellville, AR 72801

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(479) 880-5100

3106 West 2nd CT, Russellville, AR 72801

Young Home ICF/MR .....................................................................(479) 968-8995

P.O. Drawer 2109, Russellville, AR 72811

Prairie County

ARcare30 .................................................................................(870) 256-4178

405 HWY 11 N, Des Arc, AR 72040

ARcare40 .................................................................................(870) 255-3696

100 E. Front St., Hazen, AR 72064

•Christopher Homes Inc.-DeValls Bluff .....................................................(870) 998-7280

119 W. Sycamore St., Apt. A, DeValls Bluff, AR 72041

Deloneys Adult Daycare ..................................................................(501) 562-6613

8003 Mabelvale Cutoff Road, Mabelvale, AR 72103

Prairie County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 256-4430

204 Main St., Des Arc, AR 72040

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 998-2581

663 Market St.

DeValls Bluff, AR 72041

Pulaski County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (501) 241-2630

15 Crestview

Jacksonville, AR 72076

•Alzheimer’s Arkansas. ................................................ (501) 224-0021

201 Markham Center

Little Rock, AR 72205

Arkansas Department of Health Hospice ..................................................(501) 280-4601

P.O. Box 1437, Little Rock, AR 72203

Arkansas Department of Health In-Home Service ..........................................(501) 661-2614

5800 W. 10th Street, Ste. 301, Little Rock, AR 72204

Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (501) 375-5700

401 West Capitol, Little Rock, AR 72201

Arkansas Hospice .........................................................................(877) 713-2348

14 Parkstone Circle, North Little Rock, AR 72116

Arkansas Hospice Ottenheimer Inpatient Center ..........................................(501) 552-2726

St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center, 2 St. Vincent Circle, Little Rock, AR 72205

Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance ...........................................................(501) 399-9999

1400 West Markham, Ste. 304, Little Rock, AR 72201

•Arkansas Relay ...................................................... (501) 221-1285

900 S. Shackelford Rd., Ste. 300

Little Rock, AR 72211

•The Bridgeway ...................................................... (800) 245-0011

21 Bridgeway Road

North Little Rock, AR 72113

Babyboomers Adult Daycare Center .......................................................(501) 614-7999

3105 West 12th St., Little Rock, AR 72204

CareLink .................................................................................(501) 372-5300

P.O. Box 5988, North Little Rock, AR 72119

Chenal Adult Day Services ................................................................(501) 716-9180

805 Kirby Road, Little Rock, AR 72211

Choice Care Adult Day Center .............................................................(501) 716-9180

5000 Young Road, Little Rock, AR 72209

•Christopher Homes of Little Rock. .........................................................(501) 812-3442

9216 Lanehart Road, Little Rock, AR 72204-8818

•Christopher Homes of North Little Rock ...................................................(501) 758-8582

656 Donovan Briley Blvd., North Little Rock, AR 72118-3784

Clarity Pointe Little Rock ..................................................................(501) 868-6270

8401 Ranch, Little Rock, AR 72223

•Clinical Trials, Inc.. ................................................... (888) 527-5061

2 Lile Court, Ste. 100

Little Rock, AR 72205

•DHS Division of Aging and Adult Services.............................. (501) 682.2441

•Dudeck Law Firm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (866) 255-2498

11300 N. Rodney Parham Road

Little Rock, AR 72212

Easter Seals Arkansas ICF/MR .............................................................(501) 219-4000

3920 Woodland Heights Rd., Little Rock, AR 72212

•Good Shepherd/ERC Foundation, Inc.................................. (501) 224-7200

2801 Aldersgate Road

Little Rock, AR 72205

Grands Day Out Adult Day Care ...........................................................(501) 246-4204

2506 South Valentine, Little Rock, AR 72204

•Griffin Leggett - Forest Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park .......... (501) 455-1067

10200 Highway 5 N

Alexander, AR 72002

•Griffin Leggett Healey and Roth Funeral Home......................... (501) 661-9111

5800 W 12th St.

Little Rock, AR 72204

•Griffin Leggett - Rest Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park............ (501) 835-3515

7724 Landers Road

North Little Rock, AR 72117

Hogan Home .............................................................................(501) 897-5107

13316 Frazier Pike, Little Rock, AR 72206

Jacksonville Care Center, LLC ..............................................................(501) 982-5545

1500 Graham Road, Jacksonville, AR 72076

John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital (VA) ........................................(501) 257-1000

4300 West 7th Street, Little Rock, AR 72205

KELS Adult Day Care, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (501) 982-0484

707 South 1st Street, Jacksonville, AR 72076

Little Rock Healthcare and Rehab .........................................................(501) 664-6200

5720 West Markham, Little Rock, AR 72205

Madison Residential Care .................................................................(501) 888-4080

2821 W. Dixon Road, Little Rock, AR 72206

McFarland Eye Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (501) 830-1720

17200 Chenal Parkway, Ste. 440, Little Rock, AR 72223

•Maumelle Senior Center ............................................. (501) 851-4344

550 Edgewood Dr.

Maumelle, AR 72113

•Memory Care of Little Rock at Good Shepherd ......................... (501) 260-7407

2501 Aldersgate Road

Little Rock, AR 72205s

Next Step ................................................................................(901) 596-4647

3100 S. University Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72204

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

8907 Kanis Road, Suite 400

Little Rock, AR 72205

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•Pain Treatment Centers of America. ................................... (501) 773-6993

4020 Richards Road, Suite A

North Little Rock, AR 72117

Parkway Heights .........................................................................(501) 202-1638

14328 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, AR 72211

•Pinecrest Memorial Park.............................................. (501) 847-0265

7401 Highway 5 N

Alexander, AR 72002

Pleasant Valley Living Center ..............................................................(501) 225-8888

12111 Hinson Rd., Little Rock, AR 72212

•Presbyterian Village Retirement Center................................ (501) 225-1615

510 Brookside Dr.

Little Rock, AR 72205

Pulaski County Health Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (501) 982-7477

3000 North First Street, Jacksonville, AR 72076

Pulaski County In-Home Services .........................................................(501) 371-9620

3915 West Eighth Street, Little Rock, AR 72204

Rebsamen Home Health Agency ..........................................................(501) 982-6115

1400 Braden, Jacksonville, AR 72076

Retirement Center of Arkansas ............................................................(501) 835-5931

8900 Highway 107, Sherwood, AR 72120

•Robinson Nursing and Rehab Center .................................. (501) 753-9003

519 Donovan Briley Blvd.

North Little Rock, AR 72116

St. Vincent Home Care ....................................................................(501) 654-2313

2 St. Vincent Circle, Little Rock, AR 72215

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (501) 664-2624

625 N. University Avenue

Little Rock, AR 72205

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (501) 945-5462

4300 Landers Road

North Little Rock, AR 72117

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 682-9200

1105 MLK, Jr.

Little Rock, AR 72203

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 682-0100

1900 E. Wash. Ave.

No. Little Rock, AR 72119

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 371-1100

6801 Baseline Rd.

Little Rock, AR 72209

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 371-1300

1424 E. Second

Little Rock, AR 72203

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 371-1200

2636 West Main

Jacksonville, AR 72078

•UAMS Medical Center ................................................ (501) 686-7000

4301 West Markham Street

Little Rock, AR 72205

Unity Adult Day Health, Inc. ...............................................................(501) 851-7900

301 Millwood Circle, Maumelle, AR 72113

VA Center ................................................................................(501) 324-6395

201 W. Broadway St. Ste. A, North Little Rock, AR 72114

VA Medical Center Home Based Primary Care ..............................................(501) 660-2051

4300 West Seventh, Little Rock, AR 72205

Veterans Day Treatment Center (VA) .......................................................(501) 244-1900

1000 S. Main Street, Little Rock, AR 72202

Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Arkansas ..............................................(501) 664-4933

2 St. Vincent Circle, Little Rock, AR 72205

We Care Adult Day Care Center, Inc. .......................................................(501) 955-3853

603 Cotton Road, North Little Rock, AR 72117

Randolph County

East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging, Inc. .................................................(870) 892-5451

P.O. Box 542, Pocahontas, AR 73455

Five Rivers Medical Center Home Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (870) 892-6070

1505 North Marr, Pocahontas, AR 72455

Randolph County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 892-5239

1304 Pace Road, Pocahontas, AR 72455

Randolph County Nursing Home ..........................................................(870) 892-5214

1405 Hospital Drive, Pocahontas, AR 72455

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 892-4475

1408 Pace Rd.

Pocahontas, AR 72455

St. Francis County

Area IX Health Department ...............................................................(501) 633-6812

1501 Dawson Road, Forrest City, AR 72335

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Forrest City ......................................................(870) 633-4804

805 Dawson Rd., Forrest City, AR 72335

•Christopher Homes of Palestine ..........................................................(870) 581-2023

#21 Christopher Place, Palestine, AR 72372-8837

St. Francis County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 633-1340

413 N. Division, Forrest City, AR 72335

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 633-1242

1200 E. Broadway

Forrest City, AR 72335

Saline County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation .............................. (501) 860-6663

19863 I-30, Ste. 11

Benton, AR 72015

•Good Samaritan Society - Hot Springs Village.......................... (501) 922-2000

121 Cortez Road

Hot Springs Village, AR, 71909

•Good Samaritan Services@Home...................................... (501) 922-9747

111 Cortez Road

Hot Springs Village, AR, 71909

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

8907 Kanis Road, Suite 400

Little Rock, AR 72205

Saline County Health Unit ................................................................(501) 776-1606

1612 Edison Avenue, Benton, AR 72015

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 315-1600

1603 Edison Ave.

Benton, AR 72018

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 847-6056

101 NW 3rd, Suite E

Bryant, AR 72022

Scott County

Scott County In-Home Services ...........................................................(479) 637-4020

73 Hwy 71 Bypass, Waldron, AR 72958

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 637-4141

131 Hwy 71 Bypass S

Waldron, AR 72958

Searcy County

Area Agency on Aging - Searcy County Branch Office ......................................(870) 448-3155

509 Zach Road, Marshall, AR 72650

Searcy County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 448-3374

742 Airport Road, Marshall, AR 72650

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 448-3153

106 School St.

Marshall, AR 72650

Sebastian County

ARcare ...................................................................................(479) 782-2500

3800 Rogers Avenue, Ste. 6, Fort Smith, AR 72903

Area Agency on Aging ....................................................................(479) 996-7040

#42 Town Square, Greenwood, AR 72936

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Area Agency on Aging of Western Arkansas ...............................................(479) 783-4500

524 Garrison Avenue, Fort Smith, AR 72902

Brazil ICF/MR .............................................................................(479) 478-5624

P.O. Box 11495, Fort Smith, AR 72917

Care Network of Fort Smith ...............................................................(479) 494-7273

4019 Massard Road, Fort Smith, AR 72903

Fountain of Youth Adult Day Care Center ..................................................(479) 484-7782

2409 South 56th Street, Ste. 121, Fort Smith, AR 72903

St. Edward Mercy Medical Center Home Health Agency ....................................(479) 484-5511

7301 Rodgers Avenue, Fort Smith, AR 72917

Sebastian County Retirement CTR, Inc. ....................................................(479) 452-4949

115 Fort Street, Barling, AR 72923

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (479) 785-1881

1411 Dodson Avenue

Fort Smith, AR 72901

•Sparks Health System ................................................ (479) 441-5601

1001 Towson Avenue

Fort Smith, AR 72901

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 782-4555

616 Garrison Ave.

Fort Smith, AR 72901

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(479) 441-2600

1500 Dodson Ave., Ft Smith, AR 72917

Visiting Nurses Agency ...................................................................(501) 634-3812

P.O. Box 1763, Fort Smith, AR 72902

Willow Creek ICF/MR .....................................................................(479) 478-5624

P.O. Box 11495, Fort Smith, AR 72917

Sevier County

•Christopher Homes Inc.-DeQueen ........................................................(870) 642-6211

119 S. Lakeside Drive, De Queen, AR 71832

DeQueen Home Health Agency, Inc. ......................................................(870) 642-4214

109 Town North, Professional Building, DeQueen, AR 71832

•DeQueen Therapy and Living Center .................................. (870) 642-3562

322 W Collin Raye Drive

De Queen, AR 71832

Sevier County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 642-2535

304 North Fourth Street, DeQueen, AR 71832

Southwest Arkansas Development Council, Inc. ...........................................(870) 584-7100

605 East Haes Street, DeQueen, AR 71832

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 642-2623

924 E. Collin Ray Dr., Suite B & C

DeQueen, AR 71832

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Horatio. .......................................................... (870) 832-4014

408 Bruce St., Horatio, AR 71842

Sharp County

Sharp County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 994-7364

724 Ash Flat Drive, Ash Flat, AR 72513

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 856-1053

1467 Hwy. 62/412, Suite B

Cherokee Village, AR 72529

Stone County

Stone County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 269-2598

Blanchard Avenue, Route 73, Box 204, Mountain View, AR 72560

Stone County Health Unit .................................................................(870) 269-3308

204 Whitfield Ave., Mountain View, AR 72560

Stone County Medical Center Hospice & Home Health Agency ............................(870) 269-4361

P.O. Box 510, Mountain View, AR 72560

Stone County Residential Care Facility .....................................................(870) 269-5845

414 Massey Avenue, Mountain View, AR 72560

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 269-4321

1821 E. Main

Mtn. View, AR 72560

White River Area Agency on Aging, Inc. ....................................................(870) 269-3807

401 South Peabody Street, Mountain View, AR 72560

Union County

ARcare ...................................................................................(870) 216-1223

526 W. Faulkner St., El Dorado, AR 71730

•Christopher Homes Inc.-El Dorado ........................................................(870) 862-9711

1323 W. 5th St., El Dorado, AR 71730

•Christopher Homes of Strong ............................................................(870) 797-7525

#21 Christopher Place, Strong, AR 71765-9317

Elder House Adult Day Care ...............................................................(870) 875-1711

615 West Cedar, El Dorado, AR 71730

Southwest Arkansas Development Council, Inc. ...........................................(870) 863-2859

518 West Faulkner Street, El Dorado, AR 71730

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 862-6631

123 W. 18th St.

El Dorado, AR 71730

Union County Health Unit ................................................................(870) 863-5101

301 American Road, El Dorado, AR 71730

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(870) 881-4488

514 E 5th St., El Dorado, AR 71730

Van Buren County

Ozark Health Nursing Center ..............................................................(501) 745-9400

2500 Highway 65 South, Clinton, AR 72031

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 745-4192

449 Ingram St.

Clinton, AR 72031

Van Buren County Health Unit ............................................................(501) 745-2432

Quality Drive, Clinton AR 72031

White River Area Agency on Aging, Inc. ....................................................(501) 745-4002

P.O. Box 998, Clinton, AR 72301

Washington County

Area Agency on Aging - Washington County Branch Office .................................(479) 442-5194

4332 N. Waterside Court, Fayetteville, AR 72703

Fayetteville City Hospital and Geriatric Center .............................................(479) 442-5100

221 South School Street, Fayetteville, AR 72701

Fayetteville VA Medical Center ............................................................(479) 443-4301

1100 North College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72703

Fayetteville Veterans Home ...............................................................(479) 444-7001

1125 North College, Fayetteville, AR 72703

Flippos Senior Social Center ..............................................................(479) 582-9500

6002 Wilkerson, Johnson, AR 72741

•Highlands Oncology Group. .......................................... (479) 587-1700

3232 N. North Hills Blvd.

Fayetteville, AR 72703

•Highlands Oncology Group. .......................................... (479) 361-2585

60 E. Monte Painter Dr.

Fayetteville, AR 72703

•Pain Treatment Centers of America.................................... (501) 773-6993

1502 SE 28th St, Ste. 8

Bentonville, AR 72712

Quality Life Adult Day Care ...............................................................(479) 571-4455

2619 N. Quality Lane Ste. 225, Fayetteville, AR 72703

•Schmieding Center for Senior Health and Education.................... (479) 751-3043

2422 N. Thompson, Ste. B

Springdale, AR 72756

•Snell Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory ................................ (479) 442-4435

3416 N. College, Ste. 1

Fayetteville, AR 72703

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 521-1270

4044 Frontage Rd.

Fayetteville, AR 72703

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 442-4029

4252 Frontage Rd.

Fayetteville, AR 72703

VA Center . ...............................................................................(479) 582-7152

1416 N. College Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72703

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Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks. ................................................(479) 443-4301

1100 North College Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72703

White County

•Absolute Care Management Corporation . ............................. (501) 368-0112

406-A East Booth Rd.

Searcy, AR 72143

ARcare16. ................................................................................(501) 724-6207

178 Highway 167 North, Bald Knob, AR 72010

ARare75. .................................................................................(501) 279-7979

406 Rodgers Drive, Searcy, AR 72143

ARcare80. ................................................................................(501) 742-5697

606 Wilbur D. Mills N., Kensett, AR 72082

ARcare Dental Clinic ......................................................................(501) 724-6208

2802 HWY 367 N., Bald Knob, AR 72010

Arkansas Adult Care Center, Inc. ...........................................................(501) 724-2770

1706 Hwy 367 North, Bald Knob, AR 72010

Care-way Adult Day Health Care Center ...................................................(501) 268-8000

1005 Gum Springs Rd., Searcy, AR 72143

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Searcy. ............................................................(501) 268-7804

17 Christopher Cir.,Searcy, AR 72143

Pathfinder Inc./Longwood IFC-MR .........................................................(501) 279-2586

96-98 Sawmill Lane, Searcy, AR 72143

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (501) 268-8696

608 Rodgers Dr.

Searcy, AR 72143

VA Outpatient Clinic ......................................................................(501) 207-4700

1120 S Main St., Searcy, AR 72143

White County Health Department .........................................................(501) 882-5128

306 North Gum Street, Beebe, AR 72012

White County Health Unit .................................................................(501) 268-6304

112 Brantley Road, Searcy, AR 72143

White County Medical Center .............................................................(501) 279-2777

3109 East Moore Avenue, Searcy, AR 72143

White River Area Agency on Aging, Inc. ....................................................(501) 268-5638

2200 East Moore Avenue, Searcy, AR 72143

Woodruff County

ARcare10 .................................................................................(870) 347-2508

400 Highway 64 East, Augusta, AR 72006

ARcare20 .................................................................................(870) 459-3588

125 Oak St., Cotton Plant, AR 72036

ARcare50 .................................................................................(870) 731-5411

801 Edmonds St., McCrory, AR 72101

ARcare Fitness Center .....................................................................(870) 347-1137

1005 North 4th St., Augusta, AR 72006

•Christopher Homes Inc.-Augusta .........................................................(870) 347-2388

900 Carver N. St., Augusta, AR 72006

John Davis Woodruff Ctr. Residential Care .................................................(870) 731-2528

139 Hwy 64 West, McCrory, AR 72101

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (870) 347-2537

1200 Hwy 33 North

Augusta, AR 72006

Woodruff County Health Center ...........................................................(870) 731-2543

139 Highway 64 West, McCrory, AR 72101

Woodruff County Health Unit .............................................................(870) 347-5915

623 N. 9th Street, Augusta, AR 72006

Yell County

Chambers Memorial Hospital Home Health Agency .......................................(501) 495-2241

P.O. Box 639, Highway 10 @ Detroit, Danville, AR 72833

•Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).................... (479) 495-2723

904 M St./Hwy. 10 E

Danville, AR 72833

Yell County Health Unit ...................................................................(501) 229-3509

719 North Fifth Street, Dardanelle, AR 72834

Yell County Health Unit ...................................................................(501) 495-2741

1309 Hwy 10 East, Danville, AR 72833

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