Home Care Services
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In-Home Care for Your Loved One
Home Helpers of Conway is a quality provider of home care assistance for seniors living in Cabot, Arkansas. As we all know, seniors experience a number of difficulties in their old age. It can get very challenging and frustrating to meet these needs, especially for family members whose sole concern is to provide the best quality of life for their aging parents. Considering the services of a professional caregiver can assist in creating a relaxed atmosphere for those going through the changes and struggles brought about by old age. A reliable in-home care service can give family members have peace of mind knowing that their senior loved ones are being given the best home health care in all of Cabot. Our welcoming and accommodating caregivers from Home Helpers are the best at providing top-notch assistance and elderly care.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
We are dedicated to creating a safe and encouraging atmosphere for the elderly members of the Cabot community. We strive hard to train our staff so they can give our clients the high quality of life they deserve. We focus on the importance of our seniors’ physical and emotional well-being, and so we only employ care providers who value and enjoy spending time with the elderly.
For family members searching for the best people in the field, we guarantee caregivers who will be able to prioritize your loved ones’ needs and those who will be able to sustain meaningful relationships with them. At Home Helpers of Conway, we see to it that every caregiver is flexible enough to cater to the unique needs of all of our elderly clients in Cabot. Before hiring them, our employees undergo strict screening procedures to test their skills and expertise when it comes to dealing with the demands of elderly home care.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
At Home Helpers of Conway, all our employees are passionate about what they do. They are genuinely inclined to help elderly clients in the best way they can. As employers, we see to it that they undergo all the necessary training to effectively respond to every possible situation. We train them to properly assess the needs of a client no matter how taxing or challenging their predicament might be. We know that the lives of our senior clients can be greatly affected by the quality of care we provide; this is why we continuously strive to give exceptional home care services in Cabot, AR.
For more information on how Home Helpers of Conway can be of help to you or your elderly family member in Cabot, AR, give us a call to discuss your requirements.
Cabot is the largest city in Lonoke County, Arkansas, and a suburb of Little Rock. According to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city is 25,797, ranking it as the state’s 20th largest city, behind Paragould. Cabot has the third highest median household income in Arkansas (after Maumelle and White Hall).
Before the city of Cabot existed, an 1862 typhoid epidemic took the lives of about 1500 Confederate soldiers, previously under Allison Nelson, who were camped in the hills surrounding Cabot and nearby Austin, Arkansas. Four hundred twenty-eight poorly marked graves were exhumed in 1905 by a group of Confederate veterans and moved to a new site at Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery located in Cabot on Rye Drive, just off Cherry Road between Campground and Mount Carmel Roads. Marble gravestones were placed over each grave and a large marble obelisk was erected to honor the dead. In 1982, a group of volunteers from Cabot began maintaining the cemetery, which had fallen into disrepair.
The city of Cabot began as a small settlement at a refueling station on the Cairo & Fulton Railroad. The settlement first appeared in 1873 and is thought to have been named after a railroad surveyor. First Baptist Church was established in 1876 and the Bank of Cabot (later merged into Centennial Bank) was founded in 1903. The city of Cabot was officially incorporated November 9, 1891, as the 139th city in Arkansas.
Cabot was often overshadowed in northern Lonoke County by the much larger city of Austin (originally named Oakland), which was briefly considered for the state capital. However, Cabot experienced growth during the 1950s and 1960s, due to its proximity to the Little Rock Air Force Base in nearby Jacksonville which opened in 1955.
Major transportation routes near/through Cabot are the railroad (currently owned by Union Pacific), the "old highway to St. Louis" (currently Arkansas Highway 367), US Highway 67/167, and Interstate 40. Historically, Cabot lay on the Memphis to Fort Smith spur of the Butterfield Overland Stagecoach Route.
Southward view of the Cabot Mini-Mall along First Street in downtown Cabot in December 2006
A devastating tornado hit downtown Cabot during the afternoon of March 29, 1976, killing five people and destroying multiple buildings. During the rebuilding of the city, it was decided to build a new city hall, municipal courtroom, library (since relocated), and police station on the site of the debris-filled dividing point between the east and west sections of Main Street, creating City Plaza. Highway 89, which follows the same path as West Main Street in Cabot, was redirected around City Plaza along one block of Second Street, to continue its path along Pine Street just south of the Cabot High School campus.
Cabot has experienced phenomenal population growth from the 1980s to today. New housing starts, as seen by new subdivided developments, now cover the town. One reason for such growth was the aforementioned Air Force base, while another is the top-rated school district.
On August 10, 2006, Cabot Junior High School North experienced a devastating fire which was believed to have started as a small electrical fire in the library caused by a faulty light bulb. Although there were 100 people in the building at the time, there were no injuries. The building burned from 2:30 p.m. to about 9:00 p.m. and the structure was a total loss. Cabot Fire and Police Departments say that this is one of the worst structure fires to have ever occurred in Cabot. The school was only about eight years old. It was rebuilt and reopened about three years later.