Superior Senior Care offers a variety of levels of care, with both short and long term options. These can be paid for from private funds or through an existing long-term care insurance policy. We know your needs can change, so we make sure your care adapts with you and your family. We always make sure that you can select from many caregivers – all who have undergone thorough screenings and background checks. We want to match you with the most compatible caregiver so that you and your family have the security of knowing someone you can depend on is there to care for you whenever you need it. Your peace of mind is our top priority.

OUR SERVICES

  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Shopping
  • Errands
  • Meal planning/preparation
  • Transportation to appointments
  • Medication Reminders
  • Personal Care services (bathing, dressing, grooming, etc)

Click on the different service categories below to find out which scenarios best suits your needs.

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Private Pay Services

Superior Senior Care offers a variety of levels of care, with both short and long term options. These can be paid for from private funds or through an existing long-term care insurance policy. We know your needs can change, so we make sure your care adapts with you and your family. We always make sure that you can select from many caregivers – all who have undergone thorough screenings and background checks. We want to match you with the most compatible caregiver so that you and your family have the security of knowing someone you can depend on is there to care for you whenever you need it. Your peace of mind is our top priority.

Service levels include:

Live-In Care – This service is a 24-hour per day, seven day a week option where the caregiver receives room and board from you. You participate in deciding the duties and responsibilities of the caregiver. These can include light housekeeping, meal planning and preparation, medication management, personal hygiene, exercise/therapy and transportation to appointments. This type service is offered for short terms or on a long-term basis.

Hourly Care – This is available on a pre-set schedule to best meet your needs. Maybe you only need a few hours of care, or perhaps you need more extensive care but you prefer it to be performed in shifts with more than one caregiver. We want to provide you with the most flexibility possible.

Post Operative Care – This option allows you to receive in-home or hospital care to help in recovery from a medical crisis. While it is most usually offered on a short-term basis, it can be arranged for longer periods if needed.

In-Hospital Assistance – Caregivers can be referred to you while you are in the hospital to assist the hospital staff by offering personal bedside attention to the patient. Companionship during a hospital stay eliminates loneliness, provides comfort and familiarity which speeds up recovery.

Medicaid Program Services

Superior Senior Care is Medicaid Certified by the State of Arkansas for in-home community waiver programs for low-income residents. We can help you with the application to see if you qualify.

ARCHOICES

ARChoices is an Arkansas Medicaid program that includes home and community-based services for adults ages 21 through 64 with a physical disability and seniors age 65 or older.  These services can offer help doing everyday activities that may now be challenging for you or a loved one. Some of these activities may be: bathing, dressing, getting around in the home, preparing meals, or doing household chores.

Superior Senior Care is certified to provide caregiver referrals for the following ARChoices services:

  • Attendant Care — Attendant Care services are designed to reduce or prevent inappropriate institutionalization by maintaining, strengthening or restoring an eligible beneficiary’s functioning in his or her own home or elsewhere in the community where the beneficiary engages in activities, including work-related activities.
    Attendant care services consists of assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) and health-related tasks through hands-on assistance, supervision and/or cueing.
  • Personal Emergency Response System —The Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) is an in-home, 24-hour electric support system with two-way verbal and electronic communication with an emergency control center. PERS enables an elderly, infirm or homebound individual to secure immediate help in the event of a physical, emotional or environmental emergency.
  • Respite — provides temporary relief to a primary caregiver who is providing long-term care for individuals in their homes. It may be provided outside the client’s home to meet an emergency need or as periodic scheduled relief.
  • Environment Accessibility Adaptations/Adaptive Equipment — Environmental Accessibility Adaptations/Adaptive Equipment services enable the individual to increase, maintain and/or improve his or her functional capacity to perform daily life tasks that would not be possible otherwise. Environmental Accessibility Adaptations/Adaptive Equipment is physical adaptations to the home that are necessary to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the beneficiary, to function with greater independence in the home and preclude or postpone institutionalization. Adaptive equipment also enables the Alternatives beneficiary to increase, maintain and/or improve his/her functional capacity to perform daily life tasks that would not be possible otherwise and perceive, control or communicate with the environment in which he or she lives.

PERSONAL CARE

Personal care services referred by Superior Senior Care are primarily based on the assessed physical dependency need for “hands-on” services with daily living activities. These include: eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, toileting and ambulating. Hands-on assistance in at least one of these areas is required to qualify for Personal Care under Medicaid. This type of assistance is provided by a personal care aide based on a beneficiary’s physical dependency needs (as opposed to purely housekeeping services). The tasks the aide performs are similar to those that a nurse’s aide would normally perform if the beneficiary were in a hospital or nursing facility.

TARGETED CASE MANAGEMENT

These services are provided by a health-care professional referred by Superior Senior Care and include the assessment of abilities and needs, coordination of services, and on-going monitoring of the condition of the client as well as the quality of services being delivered by the various other providers.

Veterans Services

Veterans Program Services

Superior Senior Care is approved by the Veteran’s Administration to provide referrals for veterans that need and qualify for in-home care assistance. We will work with VA Case Managers to assist Veteran’s in determining their eligibility.

Veteran’s Personal Care

Personal Care services referred by Superior Senior Care to veteran’s are based on the physical needs assessed by their VA Physician. These are commonly called ADL’s or Activities of Daily Living. The VA Care Plan will include assistance with bathing and personal hygiene, and may include dressing, ambulation, transfers and nutrition such as feeding and eating. Assistance is provided by a personal care aide in accordance with the VA Care Plan specifying the number of hours and days per week.

Veteran’s Respite

Respite service is also based on the physical needs assessed by the Veteran’s VA Physician which must include a diagnosis that requires an attendant when a spouse or primary caregiver cannot be there to help. An attendant will provide services according to the VA Care plan which will specify the number of hours per visit and the allowable number of visits per year.

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