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4210 S Caraway Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72404

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Libby - Loved one of resident/client
5.0
A feeling of "as homey as it can be" - with care and eyes on your loved one

The location of the Bungalows is less than a mile away from our house, it's between my husbands work and where we live. I had parents in a nursing facility pretty close to there who did not qualify for assisted living, but this is my father-in-law who's there. When we started this search, we checked several different places in town. We were down between a couple places and the staff at The Bungalows was very kind. They were very kind, very helpful, and very informative with the whole process. [name removed], was accessible to me anytime I had questions and I did utilize that. I told [name removed] that my father-in-law is [age removed], but he's been used to taking care of his own business up until recently. He's very hard of hearing, but he wanted to be apart of them talking to him and allowing him to be apart of which room he chose and what he wanted. He really liked the respect of that. They took us to see several different rooms, we were looking at a 1 bedroom studio-type apartment and he chose where he wanted to be and he chose The Bungalows. He's been in Florida for 25 years and as we finally got his stuff back here, set his room up and his pictures on the wall - he hadn't been alone in a long time so it took him a while to adjust to that. We went over there one day and his was in the shower, while we waited in the living room. We started looking around, it looked and felt very homey, it had a very nice feel. It was clean, with my parents being in a nursing home it's a different scenario where you dread walking in to what you may find. Here, it's clean and there are no bad odors. Right off, he started getting involved in some of the activities. The first thing was toss bag baseball. He's traveled to a couple different areas in town to compete. We have a screen printing business so we made some shirts for the team and they very much enjoyed having those. We are in the middle of trying to find more activities. I'm unsure of if he's not watching his calendar, but we asked for one to be emailed to us so we could have it at home and remind him of what's coming up. With the food, he's not had much of a complaint. Overall he loves the lunches as they are the biggest meals of the day. Supper, not so much, but the hotdogs and lotter stuff he's fine with that. He does make sure to speak up when it comes to food and other times he doesn't, as he knows it can't be prefect. When he does speak up they have been very kind at accommodating him. He has a neighbor across the hall that he likes to sits with, they are both veterans so they have a lot to talk about, so he enjoys that. Sadly and joyfully it's been nice that I ended up finding out that one of my good friends from church's mother had just moved in down the hall. I was able to see her a couple times, which was nice because I hadn't seen them in a while. Her mother did pass unexpectedly, but I then found that another friends dad had just moved in last week. Coincidently in the same room as my other friend's mother, so that's been nice. To me, its a little exciting that my father-in-law is here, he has been away from Jonesboro for 25 years. He's missed out on a lot, but it's been exciting and a joy to have him back here with his grandsons and his great grandchildren, so that's been nice. My husband and one of my sons play instruments in the praise band at our church. For the first time, on Monday night, our church went over with instruments and singers and sang that night for the residents. It was very wonderful and heartwarming. I think they've planned to go back. They do have transportation and they do allow pets. We pick up my father-in-law for most of his appointments like his cardiologist because we need to hear what they say. Every 6 weeks he goes to an eye doctor which sometimes can take 2-3 hours. He is now riding the transportation bus for those visits and doing those by himself and that has worked out nicely, except for a time when he forgot his appointment time and got on the bus too early. We gave him a list of medications and phone numbers, so he wont forget, but it may be best for us to call the transportation service ourselves. We are just learning little things to make things better and easier for ourselves and for him. He actually had a 2-3 day stay in the hospital since he's been there, because he was missing his medication and his blood pressure rose. My husband just happened to visit and he was not able to understand his speech, so he took him to the emergency room. My husband was in contact with the nurse [name removed] before he went. This happened on a Sunday night, so she normally wouldn't have been there and although she was, I'm sure she was on her way out. She gladly came down to take his blood pressure and to take a look at her, and gave him some blood pressure medicine. Because we can't afford the extra care services, we've had to be more hands on with his medication. We were going to keep an eye on him, but we decided it was best to go back and get him and take him to the emergency room. I'm sure that I received some follow up calls from someone during that time, and I do think [name removed] the nurse was communicating with my husband and [name removed] was communicating with me. So, they did know when it was time for him to come back. Now, that Sunday night I'm unsure if anyone knew that he ended up going to the emergency room, but I could be wrong. He was having a little trouble getting used to the fact that most of the people may not be quite as alert. He's so used to being so independent at home, to now having people wake him up in the morning and take him down to breakfast, so he's working on that. We've explained to him that they'll be in and out to change the trash, or do his laundry, but they do knock before entering. It is funny listening to my father-in-law try to learn the names of the staff who come in and out of his room. The young man from APFM who helped me in the beginning: I would rate him very high. He was very nice and very kind.... Read more

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About the facility The Bungalows at Jonesboro

The Bungalows at Jonesboro is a hospitable senior living community in a stately brick single-story. Jonesboro, Arkansas, is an inviting southern town with a long history and plenty of attractions. The University of Arkansas campus offers a museum, fine arts center, and entertainment complex. Plus, the town features a wonderful downtown with shopping and dining and Wood Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center.

Residents can choose from a variety of private suites, each with a bathroom and walk-in shower and a convenient kitchenette. Options for handicap-accessible and private patios are available. The community’s professional and compassionate care staff are available to offer individualized support in the privacy of residents’ apartments. Residents can receive support with activities of daily living, incontinence care, ambulatory assistance, medication management, and more. The home offers 24-hour skilled nursing and physical, occupational and speech therapies.

Situated on a large property lush with trees, the Bungalows at Jonesboro is a peaceful and quiet place where seniors can enjoy worry-free retirement. Among its many amenities, the community features daily housekeeping, personal laundry and linen services, complimentary transportation for group outings, daily wellness checks, and meals prepared by the on-staff executive chef. Residents can be pampered in the full-service salon,...

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Senior Living Options Offered

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Amenities at The Bungalows at Jonesboro

Health Care Services

Ambulatory Care
Incontinence Care
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Vegetarian

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Wheelchair Accessible Showers
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Resident Parking Available
Complimentary Transportation
Transportation at Cost

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Weight limit 21-30lbs
Dogs Allowed
Cats Allowed

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Beautician

Memory care

Wander Guard or Similar System Available

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Devotional Activities On-Site
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4.9

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5.0
August 11, 2022
Libby - Loved one of resident/client
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A feeling of "as homey as it can be" - with care and eyes on your loved one

The location of the Bungalows is less than a mile away from our house, it's between my husbands work and where we live. I had parents in a nursing facility pretty close to there who did not qualify for assisted living, but this is my father-in-law who's there. When we started this search, we checked several different places in town. We were down between a couple places and the staff at The Bungalows was very kind. They were very kind, very helpful, and very informative with the whole process. [name removed], was accessible to me anytime I had questions and I did utilize that. I told [name removed] that my father-in-law is [age removed], but he's been used to taking care of his own business up until recently. He's very hard of hearing, but he wanted to be apart of them talking to him and allowing him to be apart of which room he chose and what he wanted. He really liked the respect of that. They took us to see several different rooms, we were looking at a 1 bedroom studio-type apartment and he chose where he wanted to be and he chose The Bungalows. He's been in Florida for 25 years and as we finally got his stuff back here, set his room up and his pictures on the wall - he hadn't been alone in a long time so it took him a while to adjust to that. We went over there one day and his was in the shower, while we waited in the living room. We started looking around, it looked and felt very homey, it had a very nice feel. It was clean, with my parents being in a nursing home it's a different scenario where you dread walking in to what you may find. Here, it's clean and there are no bad odors. Right off, he started getting involved in some of the activities. The first thing was toss bag baseball. He's traveled to a couple different areas in town to compete. We have a screen printing business so we made some shirts for the team and they very much enjoyed having those. We are in the middle of trying to find more activities. I'm unsure of if he's not watching his calendar, but we asked for one to be emailed to us so we could have it at home and remind him of what's coming up. With the food, he's not had much of a complaint. Overall he loves the lunches as they are the biggest meals of the day. Supper, not so much, but the hotdogs and lotter stuff he's fine with that. He does make sure to speak up when it comes to food and other times he doesn't, as he knows it can't be prefect. When he does speak up they have been very kind at accommodating him. He has a neighbor across the hall that he likes to sits with, they are both veterans so they have a lot to talk about, so he enjoys that. Sadly and joyfully it's been nice that I ended up finding out that one of my good friends from church's mother had just moved in down the hall. I was able to see her a couple times, which was nice because I hadn't seen them in a while. Her mother did pass unexpectedly, but I then found that another friends dad had just moved in last week. Coincidently in the same room as my other friend's mother, so that's been nice. To me, its a little exciting that my father-in-law is here, he has been away from Jonesboro for 25 years. He's missed out on a lot, but it's been exciting and a joy to have him back here with his grandsons and his great grandchildren, so that's been nice. My husband and one of my sons play instruments in the praise band at our church. For the first time, on Monday night, our church went over with instruments and singers and sang that night for the residents. It was very wonderful and heartwarming. I think they've planned to go back. They do have transportation and they do allow pets. We pick up my father-in-law for most of his appointments like his cardiologist because we need to hear what they say. Every 6 weeks he goes to an eye doctor which sometimes can take 2-3 hours. He is now riding the transportation bus for those visits and doing those by himself and that has worked out nicely, except for a time when he forgot his appointment time and got on the bus too early. We gave him a list of medications and phone numbers, so he wont forget, but it may be best for us to call the transportation service ourselves. We are just learning little things to make things better and easier for ourselves and for him. He actually had a 2-3 day stay in the hospital since he's been there, because he was missing his medication and his blood pressure rose. My husband just happened to visit and he was not able to understand his speech, so he took him to the emergency room. My husband was in contact with the nurse [name removed] before he went. This happened on a Sunday night, so she normally wouldn't have been there and although she was, I'm sure she was on her way out. She gladly came down to take his blood pressure and to take a look at her, and gave him some blood pressure medicine. Because we can't afford the extra care services, we've had to be more hands on with his medication. We were going to keep an eye on him, but we decided it was best to go back and get him and take him to the emergency room. I'm sure that I received some follow up calls from someone during that time, and I do think [name removed] the nurse was communicating with my husband and [name removed] was communicating with me. So, they did know when it was time for him to come back. Now, that Sunday night I'm unsure if anyone knew that he ended up going to the emergency room, but I could be wrong. He was having a little trouble getting used to the fact that most of the people may not be quite as alert. He's so used to being so independent at home, to now having people wake him up in the morning and take him down to breakfast, so he's working on that. We've explained to him that they'll be in and out to change the trash, or do his laundry, but they do knock before entering. It is funny listening to my father-in-law try to learn the names of the staff who come in and out of his room. The young man from APFM who helped me in the beginning: I would rate him very high. He was very nice and very kind.


5.0
June 28, 2022
Karren H. - Loved one of resident/client

I visited every assisted living facility in our city and from the moment of our tour, until this day the entire staff have been amazing to me and my mother. With all the activities, food and just the right assistance. She is truly living her best life. She has made new friends and the staff have become her second family.


5.0
May 18, 2022
Jan B - Toured community

The staff was very friendly and helpful, it was very clean, the rooms were neat and the beauty shop was very nice and clean. I was very impressed!


5.0
May 17, 2022
Anonymous - Toured community

Well maintained community with awesome staff and friendly residents. This is a community that I would love to place a family member in.


4.5
May 17, 2022
Connie L - Resident/client

I love living here, have made lots of friends & a lot of friendly employees that are nice & friendly and very helpful. And the place is very peaceful. And we have a lot of fun.


5.0
May 4, 2022
Caroline C - Loved one of resident/client
Verified Review
Just like family

What I like about The Bungalows is they really do take care of your loved one. I haven't had any worries with my mom, even when she has had problems they were also there to help with everything and check on her. As a daughter it's reassuring to know that my mom is being taken care of, especially if I can't be there all the time.


4.5
April 13, 2022
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Verified Review
Would recommend

They were very nice but a little slow on getting paperwork done in the beginning. But other than that everything has been great. The apartment here was bigger than most of the others that I looked into and she's got a one bedroom that is perfect for her. I would recommend the Bungalows to other families looking.


5.0
June 23, 2021
David P - Loved one of resident/client
Verified Review
Surprisingly good

The staff members and the care services would be higher than five stars, they all were just amazing. From the house keeping to a managers they all were just wonderful.

Response from The Bungalows at Jonesboro

July 1, 2021

David, thank you for your 5-star review -- and for your desire to rate us even higher! We appreciate your kind words for our entire team. Our core value is to always put residents first, and we are so glad to see you witness that in the care that our team is so privileged and honored to give to our residents.


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