Hope's Creek Retirement is an Independent & Assisted Living Community. We are proud to be the areas premier choice for senior living in the River Valley Area.
Halloween is just around the corner and so is our Hope's Creek Halloween Carnival. At 7pm on October 28th we'll kick off a night of games, food and drinks, and spooky, family-friendly fun.
We plan for a fun night of fun activities such as a Doughnut Eating Contest, the Mummy Wrap, the Pumpkin Patch Walk, Baloon Darts, touring our Haunted Halls, and a Costume Contest.
Every year at Hope's Creek we host a grand meal for Thanksgiving and Christmas and encourage our residents to invite their family members to join them and share in the holiday cheer. This year, we are adjusting our scheduling of both of these meals to hopefully allow more family and friends to attend and spend time with their loved ones.
Margaret was born and raised in Chicago Illinois. She graduated high school from James H. Bowen High. Margaret retired after 10 years of service with BorgWarner company, located in Florida. She has three daughters, six grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Margaret also has a 10-year-old cat that she calls her “fur baby”, named Pepper. Ms. Margaret loves making handmade quilts, sewing, and reading murder mysteries.
Margaret says she “loves living at Hope’s Creek, it’s a marvelous place to live!”
Kay Tipton is from Alma, Ar. She has one grandson, Dekota; from Alma. Kay retired as Quality Control Manager at OK Food after 10 years of service. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Alma. She is the Vice President of Resident Council and a board member of the Activites Committee. Kay is also very active in the Hope's Creek club's such as, Bean Bag Baseball, Book Club, Bunko, Crochet, Cooking Club and Packs of Hope. Kay does not stop there; she volunteers to greet new residents, staff and family by welcoming them with a big hug and a warm smile.
The decision to help an aging adult move out of a current home is a complex one -- both emotionally and practically. Above all, you want the person to be safe and well. How can you all feel more confident about whether circumstances suggest that your loved one should no longer be living alone?
At Hope's Creek we are committed to quality care for our residents, a great working environment, and a welcoming atmosphere for our family members and friends. We are dedicated to ensuring that our daily efforts of all team members work together to ensure success. We are proud to have been recognized for these efforts by the 2014 National Healthcare Association's Bronze Award for commitment to quality care.
Hopes's Creek was one of fourteen organizations recognized in the state of Arkansas for it's quality improvement efforts. We are pleased to be a recipient of the 2015 Arkansas Governors Quality Award. Please click the link below to read the full article:
When’s the Medicare Open Enrollment Period?
Every year, Medicare’s open enrollment period is October 15 - December 7.
Senior Living – Creating A Happy Holiday Season