"There's no place like home"
Good Shepherd Senior Care offers an individualized approach
to keep seniors safe and sound at home.
Welcome to Good Shepherd Senior Care of Northwest Arkansas
Like most of you, as we age we want to stay at home as long as we are able. We started Good Shepherd Senior Care to provide seniors the opportunity to remain at home in the comfort of their own surroundings with the help of quality, cost-effective one-on-one caregivers.
Whether you are looking for part-time assistance with daily living activities or a full-time caregiver, Good Shepherd Senior Care is dedicated to keeping your loved ones safe and happy at home.
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A Personal Story From Caroyln Long, Fayetteville
There are some decisions in life that are more than just “important.” They are crucially important. Right up there at the top of the list is who will care for my loved one when the time comes.
I have known the owners of Good Shepherd Senior Care, Chip and Lory Brown, for nearly 20 years. I can assure you that their integrity and business leadership can be trusted. Their agency provides more than excellent service. While many people say they care, the Browns are people who genuinely care.
The hundreds of families who have been served through Good Shepherd Senior Care can attest to the compassion, quality and efficiency of their staff. Before my mother died, I scoured for caregivers that I could trust and would love her the way I did. Good Shepherd’s skilled and compassionate caregivers provide the reassurance and support that families like mine need.
If you are looking for a care-giving agency, Good Shepherd Senior Care is the right choice.
A Testimony From Helen in Fayetteville
Safety is the Best Reason for Home Care
- 50% of seniors age 80+ fall each year
- 40% do no return to independent living
- 25% die within a year
- Seniors are 4 times more likely to die of falls in facilities
- Patient/Staff ratio in facilities averages 15:1 vs 1:1 with home care
In NW Arkansas in-home care is also the most affordable option, averaging just $3,100/mo, while assisted living averages $4,500/mo, and Nursing Homes average $4,800/mo.