Your Home Instead Senior Care franchise owners possess a heartfelt
desire to work with seniors in their community. It's the reason why they
were chosen to serve seniors and their families. As a
service, we can focus on the customized needs of the client
without adding unnecessary costs of medical expertise.
This office is a local company with 20 years of
hands-on experience helping Northwest Arkansas seniors to continue to
live independently. After many years in the fields of physical therapy
and secondary education, Mark and Kristine Stanley decided to apply
their training, skills and experiences to the fulfilling task of
operating a home care company that provides a service desperately needed
by the senior population. These past 20 years, the Stanleys were given
the opportunity to add several dedicated, experienced, caring and
compassionate members to the office staff and have created a Home Instead Family.
This longevity has afforded us the experience to develop and refine a
process for hiring, training, coordinating and retaining CAREGivers who
are loyal, caring and dependable. The office Family is involved in all
parts of the client and CAREGiver experience, ensuring that consistent,
reliable, high quality services are received.
We look forward to adding your family to our Family.
When you are ready for help, our caring office family is on call to
quickly answer your questions and accommodate your home care services
needs throughout Northwest Arkansas including Benton, Washington,
Carroll and Madison counties.
Mark and Kristine Stanley chose to open a senior care franchise in 2001 after many years as a home health physical therapist and a secondary math teacher, respectively. They are the parents of 2 boys and have a passion for alternative, eco-friendly building as well as helping seniors maintain their independence.
has a lot of experience caring for family members. As a child, Carey lived with
his grandparents and helped care for his grandfather until he passed away from
lung cancer. When his father had a debilitating motorcycle accident, Carey
cared for him through his recovery. Growing up with an autistic brother with
Down syndrome, Carey also helped care for him. Spending is final years before college caring for his fathers mother in Talihina, OK. He continued caring for those in
need, and now Carey is able to apply that knowledge to his general manager
Carey also has over 20 years of management experience in retail, direct to consumer and business to business environments. After education at Westark College of Fort Smith, AR and UALR, Carey began managing at the retail level in Little Rock. A career in business to business sales followed. Then Director of Business development for a telecomunications company. Directing Corporate Strategy for a 7 state territory followed.
Carey is married to Jenny Lingenfelter, Director of Ozark Juniors Volleyball club. Jenny was formerly the Director of Volleyball for the University of Arkansas and is a valued member of the Northwest Arkansas community. Their son Thayden was born in 2012 and daughter Denyka born in 2017.
Carey is the Co-Chair of The Frank Broyles Foundation Drive for Dementia 2016. He is the Special Commitee Chair of SHARP 2017. Additionally, he was the Chair for the Alzheimer's Association 2018 & 2019 Walk to End Alzheimers. An advisory board member for Mercy Home Health. A Corporate Council Member for the Mercy Foundation. He was the BNI Razorback Chapter President for 2017-2018. He is a member of the Rogers Rotary Club. The Adult Day NWA formerly Village House Adult Day Program board Chair and continues to advise others in the community.
"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.