Hot Springs, a city in the west of Arkansas, is located in the Ouachita Mountains. As its name would suggest, it’s known for its natural hot springs which have a rich and colorful history. For seniors who enjoy getting out in nature, there are also a number of stunning lakes and walking trails close to the city. With a population of 38,797, 21.5% who are seniors aged 65 and older, the city is big enough to have all the amenities seniors might need but small enough to still feel comfortable and not overwhelming. There are some excellent health care facilities and programs available for seniors, including National Park Medical Center

Seniors in Hot Springs have access to a variety of home health care programs. According to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2020, the average monthly cost of both homemaker services and home health aide in Hot Springs is $3,909. This is lower than the national averages of $4,290 for homemaker services and $4,385 for home health aide services.

At Caring.com, we’ve compiled a comprehensive directory of every home care provider in the Hot Springs area – complete with types of care provided, services offered and reviews from families who’ve actually used the service. In addition to our in-depth provider listings, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help seniors and their families access all the tools they need to age in place safely and gracefully.

Directory of Home Care Services in Hot Springs, AR

2019, 2020, 2021, 2022

Right at Home Hot Springs Village, AR

3903 Hwy 7 N, Ste A, Hot Springs Village, AR, 71909

We’ve enjoyed the caregivers coming out and helping us with daily life. This agency should provide physical therapy.
We’ve enjoyed the caregivers coming out and helping us with daily life. This agency should provide physical therapy.

Home Instead – Hot Springs, AR

300 Ouachita Ave, Hot Springs, AR, 71901

We got Home Instead Senior Care for my parents. They’re wonderful, and they’re always there for us. If a caregiver did not show up, I could just call, talk to them, and they usually get someone out wi … (read more)
We got Home Instead Senior Care for my parents. They’re wonderful, and they’re always there for us. If a caregiver did not show up, I could just call, talk to them, and they usually get someone out wi … (read more)

Superior Senior Care – Jonesboro & Paragould

701 S. Main St., Jonesboro, AR, 72401

Thank you so much for the professional and compassionate care provided for my father. His caregivers have been life savers in his acute situation.
Thank you so much for the professional and compassionate care provided for my father. His caregivers have been life savers in his acute situation.

Visiting Angels

320 Ouachita Ave #208. , Hot Springs, AR, 71901


Addus HomeCare

9712 Interstate 30, Suite 2, Little Rock, AR, 72209


Superior Senior Care of Hot Springs

715 West Grand, Hot Springs, AR, 71913


Senior Helpers – Hot Springs

4836 Park Ave Ste B , Hot Springs, AR, 71913


Home Helpers Home Care – Bryant, AR

3401 Highway 5 North Suite 2 , Bryant, AR, 72019


Happy HomeCare

46 Dominar Way, Hot Springs Village, AR, 71909



Hot Springs Home Care Resources 

Home care services are only one of the pieces needed for seniors to gracefully age in place. There are many services and programs that are low-cost or free, that enable seniors to enjoy an independent lifestyle in the comfort of their own home, such as help with home modifications, meal delivery services, and more. Below, we’ve compiled a few of the most helpful resources in Hot Springs:

Weatherization Assistance Program

Address: 5301 Northshore Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72118-5317
Phone Number: (501) 682-0744

The Weatherization Assistance Program is a federally funded program that provides low-income households with home improvements to reduce energy usage. To be eligible households must have incomes that do not exceed 200% of the National Poverty Guidelines. Households with elderly or disabled members are given priority and those receiving social security income are automatically eligible. The program provides services such as weather-stripping, air-sealing and attic insulation. 

Meals on Wheels

Address: 905 W. Grand, Hot Springs, AR 71913
Phone Number: (501) 321-2811

This program is nationally funded and is organized by Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas. It is a nonprofit organization that provides a range of services to seniors age 60 and older, including meal delivery. Friendly volunteers deliver nutritious meals to seniors in their homes, providing an opportunity for socialization and allowing seniors to stay independent. A case manager will assess each senior to see if they are eligible for the program or for one of the other programs offered. 

Long Term Ombudsman Program 

Address: 905 W. Grand, Hot Springs, AR 71913
Phone Number: (501) 321-2811

The Long Term Ombudsman Program is run by the Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas. It provides residents of long term care facilities and assisted living facilities with an advocate who works on their behalf to investigate or resolve any complaints. Ombudsman advocates regularly visit residents and make sure resident councils are in place and resident rights are respected. Residents can contact their advocates for issues such as Medicaid, transfers and food quality. 

Center for Arkansas Legal Services (CALS)

Address: 1820 Central Ave, Suite H, Hot Springs, AR 71901
Phone Number: (501) 376-3423

CALS is a nonprofit organization that provides low-income individuals with free legal services for civil cases. To be eligible, most individuals must have an income within 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. It deals with cases such as powers of attorney, wills, debt relief and subsidized housing. 

Alzheimer’s Arkansas

Address: 201 Markham Center Drive, Little Rock, AR 72205
Phone Number: (501) 224-0021

Alzheimer’s Arkansas is a nonprofit organization that provides caregivers of memory-impaired seniors and their families with education and support services. Some of the services available include support groups and educational workshops. There is also an art program where seniors with Alzheimer’s can come with their caregivers to enjoy creating art together.

Determining Your Loved One’s Need for In-Home Care

Aging can be a difficult process, and loved ones may not always ask for help – often times it’s up to their family to evaluate their need for help around the house. While no two situations are exactly alike, this checklist can help you and your loved ones determine when it’s time to start the search for a home care provider.


Guidelines for Talking About In-Home Care

If you’ve determined that your loved one needs the assistance of a care provider in their home, it may be time for a difficult conversation. Handled correctly, however, this process can bring a family together and ensure that everyone’s concerns are addressed. Use this PDF as a starting point to help the conversation stay as positive and productive as possible.