Elmcroft of Maumelle


100 Bringler Drive , Maumelle, AR 72113

(855) 840-7257

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Elmcroft of Maumelle was really nice. The lady that assisted us was nice and I really liked the community. It definitely seemed clean and the people were all friendly. It had good facilities and it was a nice place to be.

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My mother and stepdad were at Elmcroft of Maumelle. My mother had broken her ankle, so the doctor at the Baptist Hospital put her in inpatient hospice. My stepdad was missing my mother, so he was jiggling doorknobs and he pulled a door open while a woman jerked the door and yelled at him. He slapped her, so he's been in a psych ward ever since. It's not a good situation. We've had a really difficult time, and Elmcroft wouldn't take him back because of the medication he is on. They had too many severe patients for the number of workers. They were understaffed. They had carpet down the hallways, which was probably a safety feature. They started out really nice, but now they're done with us. They kept stringing us on about my stepdad getting to come back there. The social worker from the psych ward called and asked if Elmcroft bothered to call us to tell us that they're not going to accept him, which we didn't, and she couldn't believe it. They had told us that corporate said that once someone strikes or slaps someone, they can't come back, but yet they never told us that and then they charged us for some days that we shouldn't have been charged for. I felt they didn't get the care that they should have had there. They were too sick to enjoy the activities, and they weren't there very long. They were in the more chronic part. The food looked so-so. It wasn't anything great, but it seemed clean enough. They need more staff and need to be more forthcoming with the information to the family.

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Costs for Elmcroft of Maumelle

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 3,660

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

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Description of Elmcroft of Maumelle


Nestled in a peaceful, wooded setting, Elmcroft of Maumelle is located in Pulaski County in central Arkansas. Little Rock, the state capital, is just across the Arkansas River. Our residents enjoy gathering on the porch, relaxing in the wooden rockers and enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings.

Elmcroft of Maumelle is one of the many exemplary communities owned and operated by Elmcroft Senior Living. At Elmcoft, our mission is to enrich the lives of everyone who lives with us and works with us by treating them all with dignity and respect while taking care of their individual needs.

Featured Amenities

From welcoming open spaces to an invigorating activity schedule, residents at Elmcroft of Maumelle are sure to have their daily needs met, but in a way they find enjoyable. That's especially
true with our dining program, which features new culinary creations every day served in a restaurant-style atmosphere that promotes social interaction.

We also strongly encourage our residents to chase their life-long ambitions, which is the goal of Elmcroft's Second Wind Dreams program. No matter what item residents have on their bucket list, from reuniting with long-lost relatives to swimming with dolphins, we aim to make these dreams come true and show residents that their goals are still within reach!

Available Services

When a new resident joins Elmcroft of Maumelle, family members obtain peace of mind, knowing that their loved one will be fully taken care of. We encourage each resident to live as independently as
possible, but any time assistance is needed - whether it's with getting dressed, taking medication regularly or any other daily task - we're here to help.

Specially trained staff members are available 24 hours a day to help with any task, or should an emergency arise. And those same staff members work every day to make life safer through programs such as Walking Tall, which is designed to reduce the risk of falling.

At Elmcroft of Maumelle, we treat your family member like one of our own.