Holding Hands

About Us

We have experienced the challenges anyone faces who has a loved one needing non-medical care to continue living in their home environment where we all feel most comfortable. At HHCAOA we understand these challenges. We have a designed program for adults age 21 and over and disabled. Most importantly, we are careful about selecting our caregivers based upon experience and compassion. Criminal Background Checks are done on all of our caregivers. They are not nurses, however they provide kindhearted & compassionate senior care . We focus on your personal needs and we aim to set the standard high in home health care while treating your family like our own family. 

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About Our Founder

Veronica Love

Born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, Veronica Love and her family have a long history of caring for the elderly. Her heart and strong Christian values moved her to provide vital support and care for many of her own family members, including her late father who battled Multiple Sclerosis most of his life.

 

Veronica's strong business sense and entrepreneurial spirit have always guided her during her many years of experience in servant leadership. However, her faith has always been her first priority. Veronica's love of people and caring for her elderly family members was her inspiration to establish the Home Health Care Agency of Arkansas LLC.

Veronica Love
Constance R Jarrett, RN
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Constance R. Jarrett, RN

ADMINISTRATOR/PARTNER

A native of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas in Phillips County, Constance has worked in the nursing field for 38 years. She has 29 years of experience in Health Care Administration, Education, Consulting and Enterprises working with:

 

  • Disabled Adults aged 18 to over 65 with Chronic Illnesses

  • Intellectually Disabled

  • Psychiatric/Mental Illness

  • Long-term Care and Supportive Services

 

Constance has a strong sense of discernment for those in need of care and in crisis. Her capacity to organize and collaborate with others compliments her ability to administer programs and services for those in need of care. “Healthcare is not just the process of healing, but empowering also," she says. That vision compelled her to partner with Ms. Love establishing Home Health Care Agency of Arkansas, LLC.

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