Contact: EMILY Lawson



Message from Emily

I am excited to offer House of Three homes to those needing care in Sheridan. Two newly constructed homes built specifically for caring for three individuals were opened by my brother, Leigh, and his wife, Courtney, in 2016. From the beginning, the caring of the individuals within the homes was a family affair. I was able to take part in their initial conversations about house plans, hear of their excitement to serve, and help care for our residents in the House of Three homes.

Though my professional background is in business with a Marketing degree and a Masters in Business Administration from Henderson State University, the ability to oversee the care within these homes had great appeal. I watched as Leigh and Courtney developed the network needed to see to the needs of their residents. I saw my mother, who is a caregiver within the homes, love and dolt over the residents as she saw to their daily needs. I have even had the privilege to spend time as a caregiver within both homes.

For 3-1/2 years, I had traveled the country training businesses for software company. I have also worked as a Director of Marketing and Purchasing Supervisor. I desired to be back in Arkansas on a full-time basis. Here in Grant county, where my parents and family have lived for years and my siblings and I graduated from Sheridan High, it is fitting and a blessing that I am able to continue the work Courtney and Leigh started in Sheridan.   Courtney, who is a RN, continues to be my trusted advisor here at the Sheridan House of Three homes. The Sheridan homes will continue to be a family affair as we care for our residents. I invite you to come and see how we can serve you and your loved one.


Sheridan Home
Sheridan Home

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Just next door to Sheridan’s other House of Three home is another home built with the idea of caring for three residents considered in every decision during the construction of the home. This second home has all the amenities and benefits of the first: wide doorways, spaciousness, tastefully decorated, and the comforts of home. Just a few design changes made it even a better design for residents. The large island allows for residents to be a part of meal preparation or for caregivers to be attentive to the activity in the den as she cooks. Each resident has a spacious bath with roll-in shower and lots of storage space within their private suite. Every room is large enough for some extra furniture pieces from home to add to the comfort of those who make House of Three their home. Two closets with a window in-between creates the extra touch of a window seat for outdoor viewing. This home, which shares a backyard with the other home, is positioned to allow residents interaction with their House of Three neighbors. With just a few steps, they can come visit their neighbors via the wheelchair accessible walkway. The bird feeders are always a topic of conversation as residents get to enjoy the outdoors. Stop by for a visit or to sit a spell and enjoy the company.  

Sheridan Home
Sheridan Home

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Opening in early September of 2016, this one-level 2000-square foot home is within the Sheridan city limits and right down the street from the Sheridan schools. It's brick front and two-car garage has lots of appeal, as well as, offering an easy and private entry for residents. As you enter the home, you will note the spacious open floor plan. The combination of the kitchen, eating area, and den will allow for lots of interaction among residents, caregivers, and families. Certainly, the long back porch that spans the length of the home will be a favorite spot on pleasant Fall and Spring days. Sharing the large private backyard with the second House of Three home, makes the large covered back porch even more inviting. All three resident suites include a private bath with zero-entry tile shower, and vanities that are wheelchair compatible. Custom railing and ceiling fans will keep everyone safe and comfortable. Bedrooms are large and each has an extra touch with a tray ceiling. These are but a few of the special touches within this House of Three home.

What to Expect

  • 24/7 care with live-in/relief staff
  • Minimum 1-to-3 Caregiver to Resident ratio
  • Webcam accessible to family members at no additional cost
  • Private bedrooms/suites for all Residents
  • Primary-care physician continues direct care
  • Home-health, hospice and or home-based services can be continued
  • Meals provided with personal preferences of food choices and schedules