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20 Assisted Living Facilities near Little Rock, AR

For seniors who want all the charm the South provides in a thriving cultural metropolis, Little Rock, Arkansas, is a great place to settle down during their later years. Better yet, Little Rock’s overall cost of living is slightly lower than the national average, with its housing costs being significantly lower — meaning seniors’ budgets will stretch even further in the city locals affectionately call “The Rock.”

Seniors who are somewhat active, yet require help with certain tasks might find that an assisted living facility in Little Rock near them or their loved ones could make a great fit. Assisted living facilities combine all the independence and accessibility seniors want with tailored health care, including assistance with activities of daily living (such as bathing or getting dressed). Residents also receive health-conscious meals, many opportunities to socialize, and a sense of community in a more secure setting. In Little Rock, individual assisted living facilities also offer their own array of amenities, from wine tastings to brain fitness classes and live musical performances.

A Place for Mom has seven assisted living facilities in its partner network within a 10-mile radius of the downtown Little Rock area. Whether you envision moving to a casual or more luxury-style Little Rock assisted living facility, you can explore your options on this page. As an added benefit, we’ve included information in this guide about paying for assisted living, laws and regulations, high-ranking medical facilities, transportation options, and things to do in the city. Together, these insights should help you or a loved one make a decision about where to live and what to expect before moving into a Little Rock assisted living facility.

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Recent reviews of Assisted Living in Little Rock, AR
Brookdale Chenal Heights in Little Rock, AR

Very friendly staff who care about the residents, and work to help them adjust to living there. Very nice rooms, with a lot of space and storage. Business office very helpful with insurance requirements. Mom really enjoys the food.

The Manor in Little Rock, AR

In the beginning everything was going great. Administrative staff is not accessible at this point and there is very little communication happening. Up until a month ago the staff were awesome and the activities were plentiful, but since then it has gone downhill some. There has just been a lot of change going on recently.

The Manor Senior Living Community of Benton in Bryant, AR

The Manor of Benton provides the highest level of care for all residents. Everyone on staff have a unique heartfelt care for each person entrusted as resident...alongside highly skilled and wise nurses. Warm, friendly, clean and peaceful. 10 out of 10!

Parkway Village

14300 Chenal Pkwy, Little Rock, AR 72211

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My experience of the care that my wife has received by Parkway Village and staff has been excellent and of the highest quality. It is obvious from the three months she has been a patient that everyone...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living

Parkway Village, located in bustling west Little Rock, is the only continuing care retirement community in central Arkansas. Founded by Baptist Health, Arkansas’ leading private healthcare system, we serve residents with home options, cultural and recreational activities, and wellness services...

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Woodland Heights

8700 Riley Dr, Little Rock, AR 72205

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Woodland Heights is a place of friendship, activity, attention, and comfort for my parents. It's a wonderful facility to age in place.

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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Brookdale Chenal Heights

1 Chenal Heights Drive, Little Rock, AR 72223

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My loved one is currently a resident at Brookdale Chenal Heights and the experience here at this facility has been great. The meals are great and very accommodating to the residents. There are plenty of...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care
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It’s good to be home.If you are ready to go seize the day on your next adventure with your grandkids, but need a little bit of help, our Assisted Living community might be the right one for you.You’ll also have peace of mind knowing our staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be...

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Vitality Living Pleasant Hills

800 Napa Valley Dr, Little Rock, AR 72211

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I would give it a 5 in all areas. The staff and residents were very friendly. My Dad enjoyed his short time there. The food was excellent and the food service staff knew what he liked. We chose Vitality...

Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living
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At Vitality Living Pleasant Hills, we’re here to support residents’ needs, as well as their interests, with a calendar filled with a variety of activities and engagement. Families will find peace of mind by knowing that their family members are well taken care of and enjoying life.Whether you...

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The Blake at Chenal Valley

2101 Rahling Rd, Little Rock, AR 72223

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They took a lot of time to walk us through things and also let us know that should he eventually need memory care, he could be moved without fuss to their memory care. They took the time to feed us lunch so...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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ASSISTED LIVING AMENITIES• Spacious suites with a variety of floor plansfor comfort and recreation• Active lifestyle program that promotes social, emotional and physical wellbeing• Delicious chef-prepared meals and healthy snacks served daily in a restaurant-style atmosphere• Concierge services...

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Chapters Living of Little Rock

2501 Aldersgate Rd, Little Rock, AR 72205

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This community was a wonderful place either for respite or long term placement for you or your loved one. We did respite but in doing that we were able to meet other residents that we could see were being...

Provides: Memory Care
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At Memory Care of Little Rock, we are dedicated to the individualized, focused care of our Alzheimer's and dementia residents and their families. We provide care environments for those suffering from the numerous forms of memory loss by offering a uniquely designed Care Program for each...

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The Manor

1401 Labelle Drive, Little Rock, AR 72204

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The main reason we chose The Manor over other places we looked into initially was because the facility feels more "homey". It felt like like a corporation like some others. The staff have all been extremely...

Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living
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“Exceptional Living for Extraordinary Seniors”!At The Manor Senior Living Community, our seniors continue living their lives to the fullest, while experiencing a true sense of belonging. With a dedicated and caring staff, our goal is to provide our valued residents, and their families, relief...

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The Greenbriar on Stagecoach

5201 Stagecoach Rd, Little Rock, AR 72204

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This is a nice community to live in if the resident can keep themselves occupied. There is a patio in the back and great scenery. There is help if you need help but for more independent living . Its just...

Provides: Assisted Living, Independent Living

Pinnacle Place Memory Care

8401 Ranch Boulevard, Little Rock, AR 72223

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My mother in law had since a great respite stay experience here at this community, we are planning on using them again this summer. We knew she was safe, and in good hands at this community. The staff was...

Provides: Memory Care
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Avenir Memory Care at Little Rock is the first independent, free-standing Memory Care Community in Little Rock. We offer proven expertise, individualized, enriching programming and innovative neighborhood design that elevate the quality of residents' lives. We view aging as a natural process,...

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Veterans Home

4701 W 20th St, Little Rock, AR 72204

Provides: Assisted Living

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Presbyterian Village Retirement Center

510 Brookside Dr, Little Rock, AR 72205

Provides: Assisted Living

Wilson’s Adult Foster Care Home Facility

5 Sunny Circle, Little Rock, AR 72204

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Provides: Memory Care, Care Homes


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Wellington Woods Memory Care

2201 Wellington Village Rd, Little Rock, AR 72223

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Provides: Memory Care

Wellington Woods Memory Care is a small, boutique style 20-bed facility designed to provide specialized services for those suffering with memory issues and other cognitive deficits in a safe, secure, and home-like environment. We have private and shared rooms available with all furniture...

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100 Morgan Keegan Dr # 310, Little Rock, AR 72202

Provides: Assisted Living, Nursing Homes

Parkway Heights

14328 Chenal Pkwy, Little Rock, AR 72211

Provides: Assisted Living

The Summit at Chenal Valley (Fall 2023)

16100 Chenal Valley Dr, Little Rock, AR 72223

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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Fox Ridge of Chenal

23101 Chenal Valley Dr, Little Rock, AR 72223

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3 reviews

most likely the place I will choose however it the farthest from my home. I liked the rooms very much. cost seemed to be all inclusive of necessary care.

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living

Welcome to Fox Ridge; a community where luxury, compassion and affordability unite to create retirement living unlike any other.  We understand that selecting the right community can be difficult and an emotional experience for seniors and their families.  That is why we are here.  At Fox Ridge,...

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Mira at Maumelle

925 Country Club Parkway, Maumelle, AR 72113

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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Fox Ridge at Parkstone

#17 Parkstone Cir, North Little Rock, AR 72116

Like this facility very much but even though it is the closest to my home they have no vacancy and it was considerably more expensive.

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care

Welcome to Fox Ridge of North Little Rock the premier assisted living community where luxury, compassion and affordability unite to create retirement living unlike any other. Amid the beautiful architecture and lavish decor, you will find a worry-free lifestyle in a quiet, luxurious setting. We...


Fox Ridge Bryant

4216 Fox Ridge Dr, Bryant, AR 72022

Here's the positive : No high entrance fee. Month to month lease of apartments. Located in pleasant Peachtree city Clean,large accessible pool. Sounds like staff will work with residents to meet individual...

Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living

Fox Ridge is a community that provides luxury, compassion and affordability  to create retirement living unlike any other. With our garden homes, independent, and assisted living we provide options which are sure to meet your needs and surpass your expectations.At Fox Ridge, you'll enjoy the best...

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Cost of assisted living in Little Rock, AR

The average cost of senior living in Little Rock is 4,176 per month. Cheaper nearby regions include Hot Springs, AR with an average of 3,593 per month.

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Discover the many ways to pay for senior living

Planning ahead can better position you to make good choices for your loved one’s care in the future. But if your aging family member needs care now, there are ways to finance the cost of long-term care through a combination of approaches.

What is assisted living?

Assisted living is long-term care for seniors who are generally active and independent, but who require increased supervision and help with some daily tasks. Staff can assist residents with activities of daily living like dressing, bathing, and medication management. Assisted living is also a good option for seniors seeking more socialization. Services and amenities in assisted living facilities often include:

  • Housekeeping
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Help with personal care
  • Laundry
  • Social activities and outings
  • 24-hour emergency response
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Costs of assisted living in the Little Rock area

According to A Place for Mom’s proprietary data, the average monthly cost to stay in an assisted living facility in Little Rock is $4,028.[02] Please note that this cost is an average; it includes associated fees and service fee add-ons, but the actual cost of staying at an assisted living facility varies based on the specific services provided, added amenities, and individualized fees.

Breaking down Little Rock’s assisted living costs

The monthly fees assisted living residents in Little Rock pay will generally cover basic services such as these:

  • Room and board
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Maintenance and repairs to living spaces
  • Healthy meals

However, each assisted living facility in Little Rock has its own unique amenities that it offers residents. Some of these could be considered add-on services, meaning they could increase a senior’s monthly fee.[02]

The following chart outlines the average baseline costs for the area without any additional fees.

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How people pay for assisted living in Little Rock

In Little Rock, seniors and their families generally cover the costs of assisted living with a combination of personal and public funding. For example, it’s not unusual for someone to use their personal savings to pay for a room in an assisted living facility and rely on Medicare to cover qualifying care-related fees.

If you’re looking to fund an assisted living stay in Little Rock, your options include private funding, assistance from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), or Medicare and Medicaid. We’ll cover each payment method so you can find the most accessible option.

Private pay methods in Little Rock

First, private payment is a viable option for prospective assisted living residents and their families.

Individuals who have healthy personal checking or savings accounts or health savings accounts can use these funds to fully or partially cover their stays. Likewise, seniors who receive pensions or Social Security benefits are free to use these funds to pay for their monthly fees.

Besides this, investment returns on stock portfolios, life insurance, and long-term care insurance can be useful ways to finance a move into assisted living. If you choose to go the insurance route, we recommend contacting your provider to see what your individual policy will pay for.

Lastly, homeowners can consider funding an assisted living stay by either selling their property or entering into a reverse mortgage arrangement, which takes equity from their home that can then be used for their payments.

For more information on these private payment methods, see the linked resources below.

Understand Arkansas laws and regulations for assisted living facilities

All assisted living facilities in Arkansas must be licensed by the state’s Department of Human Services, Division of Medical Services, and Office of Long Term Care.

Assisted living communities are either labeled as “Level I” or “Level II” facilities. Both provide 24-hour supervision, assistance with activities of daily living and help with laundry and medication. The Level II facility provides a greater depth of assistance, as well as health care services.

Regardless of their designated level, however, every facility is meant to promote the health, independence, safety, dignity, and privacy of residents — all while providing services in a comfortable, home-like atmosphere. Additionally, units within assisted living facilities are required to be independent apartments with visually distinct kitchen areas.

It is the expectation that all assisted living facilities will be transparent with potential residents about services, fees, and similar information in any agreements. This includes (but is not limited to) the facility’s refund policies, emergency transfer provisions, and discharge protocols.

Assisted living inspections in Arkansas

All assisted living facilities in Arkansas must submit renewals once per year to the Department of Human Services to maintain their licenses. Additionally, the Office of Long-Term Care completes a survey of all facilities about every 18 months. This includes unannounced inspections as well as complaint investigations. Assisted living facility inspections are not available online. You can ask a facility directly to see their most recent inspection report or reach out to DHS.

Arkansas Department of Health contact information

4815 W. Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
Phone: 501-661-2000 or 1-800-462-0599
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

COVID-19 regulations for Little Rock assisted living facilities

Little Rock doesn’t require assisted living facilities to maintain specific COVID-19 policies. However, Arkansas’ government recommends that all residents follow best practices related to COVID-19 safety.

It’s important to add that individual assisted living facilities might have their own expectations for residents and staff regarding keeping everyone protected from the spread of COVID-19 and other contagious illnesses.

Vaccinations. Arkansas recommends staying up to date with boosters and vaccines.

Masking. Masking and social distancing while around those who are ill or might be immunocompromised is suggested. Masking is also encouraged indoors for those who are at risk of severe illness.

Quarantining. Staying home when you’re ill or are suspected to have been in contact with someone who had COVID-19 is encouraged.

Get to know assisted living in Little Rock


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71% of our in-network communities are pet-friendly
86% of our in-network communities offer on-site activities
29% of our in-network communities have an on-site physician (or similar offering)
14% of our in-network communities have on-site skilled nursing 


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Gender split: 60% female

What to expect from assisted living in Little Rock

Are you curious to know what it’s like to live in one of the seven A Place for Mom-partnered assisted living facilities in Little Rock? You’ll find quite a bit of uniqueness and variety among these communities. Read on for more insight into what these communities can offer you or a loved one.

A chance for continuity of care

If you’re worried about finding an assisted living facility with a wide variety of care options that will flex to your lifestyle as you grow older, rest assured that all seven partner options in Little Rock offer a variety of care types.

For instance, one facility is a combination assisted living and memory care facility. Two other facilities combine both assisted living and independent living, making the transition from independent living much easier if you’re not sure you need assisted living quite yet and want to consider independent living first.

The four remaining assisted living facilities also offer both memory care and independent living, making them very progressive and helping you avoid the need to move to new facilities as care needs change.

Finding the assisted living facility for your lifestyle

Discovering the assisted living facility that will most resonate with you or with your loved one can seem overwhelming. One way to make the process easier is to make a checklist of “nice-to-have” versus “need-to-have” amenities. Taking this step helps narrow down your choices.

As an example, even though all assisted living facilities in Little Rock offer 24-hour staffing, visiting occupational and speech therapists, and on-site nursing, a smaller percentage have visiting physical therapists and a doctor on call. Depending on your needs, you might want to prioritize facilities that offer more in-depth medical services.

If activities are important, you’ll be happy to learn that all assisted living facilities in the Little Rock area have an activities director. Typically, activities directors organize engaging events and experiences for residents, such as art classes, day trips, concerts, fitness classes, wine tastings, trivia parties, picnics, holiday celebrations, religious services, and even pet-friendly fun.

All facilities within a 10-mile distance of the center of Little Rock have dining on-site, and about half even serve vegetarian options.

Assisted living outside of Little Rock

Maybe you want to move outside Little Rock’s city limits. You’re in luck, because you’ll find six more assisted living facilities partnered with A Place for Mom within a 25-mile radius of downtown Little Rock. Two are standalone assisted living facilities; two are combined assisted living and memory care facilities; and two offer assisted living, independent living, and memory care.

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Health care for seniors in Little Rock

The advantage to moving to an assisted living facility in Little Rock is that you may be introduced to many of the medical providers you need. However, you can certainly choose other providers and hospitals based on the care you want as well as any existing medical conditions you may have. Below are several highly rated options for health care in Little Rock.

Baptist Health Medical Center

Baptist Health Medical Center is the second-best hospital system in Arkansas and the top provider in Little Rock. It performs particularly well in eight adult procedures and conditions, including diabetes care and surgery for colon cancer.[09]

CHI St. Vincent Infirmary

The CHI St. Vincent Infirmary is rated the third-best medical facility in Arkansas and the city’s second-best hospital system. Its established status makes it a hallmark of the Little Rock region, and it performs well in seven adult procedures and conditions.[10]

John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans’ Hospital

John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans’ Hospital is the main VA hospital in Little Rock that provides both primary and specialty care services.

Transportation for seniors in Little Rock

Little Rock is most easily traveled via car. If you don’t have a car or don’t plan to bring one with you when moving to Little Rock, however, you can get around using public or facility-provided transportation. All of our partner assisted living facilities offer free transportation. Public transportation rates in Little Rock are budget-friendly, making them feasible for most seniors.

The city’s Metro bus line runs 15 bus routes throughout Little Rock. Buses are available almost all days of the year, with the exception of a handful of major holidays. All METRO buses cater to those with mobility limitations and are wheelchair-accessible. Riders with disabilities, people over the age of 65, and those who can present a Medicare card are eligible for fare discounts.

An appealing alternative to taking a Metro bus is the Metro’s StreetCar. This unusual and historic type of transportation operates on a more limited basis. However, it’s an attractive, memorable way to traverse the downtown area with friends and family. Occasionally, the Metro StreetCar travels to large events held around the Little Rock area.

Ridesharing isn’t limited to Uber or Lyft in Little Rock. In this state capital, you have ZTrip and KLW Transportation. ZTrip only uses accessible vehicles for its ridesharing services, and KLW Transportation is a more traditional taxi service that’s available 24/7 and has some accessible transportation options.

Need non-emergency transportation to go to a doctor’s appointment, the shopping mall, or the grocery store from your assisted living apartment? Consider CareLink. This program is only for those ages 60 and older living in Little Rock.

The Little Rock Walk Score metrics below are calculated out of 100 and indicate how easy or difficult it is to traverse the city using certain types of transportation. These scores could be useful for visiting loved ones who are wondering how to make their way around the Little Rock area.


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Senior activities in Little Rock

Although it might be overlooked by retirees flocking to the Sunshine State or looking for a dry and hot desert atmosphere out West, Little Rock has a variety of attractions to offer seniors of all stripes. In fact, Little Rock is a cultural haven that offers its residents a variety of world-class institutions to visit — meaning there’s no shortage of activities seniors and their loved ones can enjoy.

Whether you like to enjoy nature, are seeking great dining, or anything else, you’ll find quite a bit to do throughout the year while living in this capital city. Below are just some of the more popular ways that Little Rock community members and visitors spend their time.

Educational stimulation

The opportunities to learn go on and on in Little Rock. Among the most popular museums and educational institutions is the William J. Clinton Presidential Library. Like all presidential libraries, this facility educates about both President Clinton’s background and historic experiences as well as the political landscape in general. A visit to the Arkansas State Capitol can also round out your understanding of the way politics has shaped the city, state, and nation.

If you like contemplating art or getting a better grasp of science, take time out of your schedule to explore the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts or Museum of Discovery. Another excellent choice for a museum day trip that mingles fashion and practicality is the one-of-a-kind Esse Purse Museum. Veterans, military families, and history buffs alike will appreciate the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History with its wealth of artifacts and free admission.

Live performances and events

Are you eager to see a live event? The Arkansas Repertory Theater offers a constant rotation of theatrical performances, concerts, and other types of entertainment.

Throughout the year, the Little Rock River Market also hosts musical events. Be sure to check out the calendar regularly; many events are pop-up style — and you won’t want to miss the music you most appreciate.

The Little Rock Zoo sometimes holds events as well. But even if you visit when a performance or formal experience isn’t happening, you’re sure to be engaged by the animals. Because the Zoo has both indoor and outdoor elements, it’s a great choice no matter the weather.

Natural beauty

A popular place to visit for both residents and tourists in Little Rock is the Big Dam Bridge: an iconic landmark in Arkansas. Plus, it features safe biking and walking trails for exercise and relaxation that more active seniors and their family members can enjoy.

To get a sense of the natural structures of the Little Rock region, spend a little time at Pinnacle Mountain State Park. There, you can see a landmark dedicated to the Trail of Tears and learn about Native Americans and early settlers at the visitors center. This is also a terrific place to bring your family when they’re visiting.

Indoor options

Some days, you might be interested in staying inside. The Park Plaza Mall offers dozens of great stores. After shopping, enjoy some laid-back dining at the Rock Town Distillery, some upscale Japanese fare at Kemuri, or old-fashioned barbeque at Whole Hog Cafe. For German and Czech-inspired meals, try The Pantry, which offers old-world flavors in a modern setting.

Frequently asked questions

Willow Grove of Sherwood, West Shores and Willow Grove of Maumelle are the top-rated Assisted Living facilities near Little Rock, AR. These Assisted Living facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.

The average cost of Assisted Living in Little Rock is 4,176 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

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  2. United States Census Bureau. (2021). Population Estimates 2021: Little Rock, Arkansas [Data set].

  3. United States Department of Veterans Affairs. (2022, October 12). VA Aid and Attendance benefits and Housebound allowance.

  4. Benefits.gov. (n.d.). Arkansas Medicaid Program.

  5. Arkansas Department of Human Services. (n.d.). Covered Services.

  6. United States Department of Health & Human Services. (2022, December 8). Who’s eligible for Medicare? HHS.gov.

  7. Medicare.gov. (n.d.). What Medicare covers.

  8. U.S. News and World Report. (n.d.). Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock.

  9. U.S. News and World Report. (n.d.). CHI St. Vincent Infirmary.

  10. Walk Score. (2023). Living in Little Rock.

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