About Assisted Living in Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis, the Racing Capital of the World, is located in Marion County. Downtown is walker-friendly, so it's easy to reach the theater, restaurants and shopping. The Cultural Trail circles the city's core with a landscaped bicycle route which residents love. Indianapolis boasts seven designated revitalized historical areas, major centers for tourism, commerce and friendly residential neighborhoods. Transportation is well-planned with a bus, rapid transit, taxi and door-to-door shared-ride services, giving you easy ways to get around this beautiful city.
What to Expect
- Restaurant-style dining
- Housekeeping and laundry
- Private and semi-private accommodations with a kitchenette, full bath, wheelchair-accessible shower and individual climate controls
- Emergency alert systems
- Daily activities that encourage friendships, promote independence and maintain wellness
- Walking paths, patio areas, raised gardening beds
- Beauty salon, barber shop, library, computer and game rooms, arts and crafts center, TV lounge, atrium, fireplace
- Transportation to and from appointments
- Group outings in the community
Senior Friendly Neighborhoods in Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis offers cozy neighborhoods with a small-town feel, trendy downtown districts and beautifully revitalized historic districts, perfect for retirees.
Woodruff Place – This very in-demand neighborhood, a mile east of downtown, features Victorian-style architecture, beautiful tree-lined streets and elegant fountains at the intersections.
Carmel – This neighborhood is ideal for active seniors who love to walk, run or bike. The paved Monon Trail stretches over five miles into downtown. The community is within walking distance to boutiques, art galleries and fine restaurants.
Cottage Home – Snuggled on the north side of downtown, this neighborhood features colorful, beautifully designed cottage-style homes in a close-knit, active and engaged community, has its own park, clean streets and a stately air.
Liberty Creek South – On the northwest side of the city, this neighborhood is 15 minutes from downtown for an easy commute to diverse international shops and restaurants and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and within walking distance to the aquatic center, park and library.
Wholesale District – This eclectic neighborhood, on the southern edge of the city, is a thriving arts and entertainment hub where you can take in a symphony, see a play at the repertory theater or enjoy some football at the Lucas Oil Stadium.
Irvington –This friendly neighborhood is very community-oriented, with festivals, a garden club, farmers market and a fundraiser in December to help the homeless in Indianapolis.
Lots of parks and historic structures in styles from 1870 – 1950 dot the area.
Activities for Seniors in Indianapolis, IN
Stay active and engaged in this senior-friendly city. Beautiful botanical gardens and arboretums feature miles of walking trails. The libraries offer free computer classes and many fitness centers feature aerobic workout classes specialized for seniors. Antique, flea and farmers' markets are a great way to shop and get some fresh air. Share the Children's Museum with grandchildren, or visit one of Indy's numerous museums and claim a senior admission discount.
Finding Assisted Living in Indianapolis, IN
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