7212 US Highway 31 South, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Get the best of both worlds, here at The Wellington at Southport, where residents can enjoy luxurious amenities while living in a homegrown setting in Indianapolis, Indiana. Soak in the summer sunshine while relaxing beneath our tiki hut, or practice your gardening skills in our raised flower beds that are scattered throughout the courtyard. At The Wellington, we pride ourselves on creating a family-like environment where residents are able to express their independence and enjoy their individuality.
Life at The Wellington at Southport allows you to escape the stress of household chores — our hospitable team provides regular housekeeping and laundry services, as well as scheduled transportation to medical appointments, grocery stores, restaurants, shopping malls, and other local attractions. Our culinary team prepares delectable and nutritious meals every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in our elegant restaurant-style dining room. Enjoy juicy, fresh fruits and vegetables from our tempting salad bar. We also occasionally offer buffet-style dining and have our favorite local restaurants cater for our residents twice a month!
For those who would benefit from around-the-clock care, we offer personalized assisted living services. Prior to move-in, one of our caregivers will meet with the individual and their loved...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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I believe that this facility is a fairly relaxed community for my mother. She does get involved in the weekly social activities when they offer them. She, for the most part, enjoys the staff. They are very helpful to her in her stage of life. They help her function as a "real person" and that is much appreciated as a daughter. I hope all will continue on a positive note for my mom and the family.
Kind, caring staff. Well run. Residents seem happy!
From the times we have been able to visit our loved one she was always clean which was good. The staff members are very friendly they know us by name. The reason we chose The Wellington was because other communities we looked at when it comes to dementia patients, they put them in shared rooms, but this community gives them their own comfortable space.
Wonderful facility that goes above and beyond for the residents and their families.
All the staff is good and helps you when need be. They are pet friendly. [Name removed] is especially friendly and everybody loves her. We have an excellent director also, always gets things done!
Staff very caring and friendly. Have made my dad feel at home. They have been patient and understanding with his adjustment to assisted living. Would highly recommend this facility. Kudos to the staff. I appreciate knowing he is safe and cared for. It gives me peace of mind.
Fantastic. Great staff up to date and keep me informed. Good food even through this pandemic.
Amazing. Great care only at Wellington. So hard to find a great community. Trust is at Wellington. Beyond great.
I love the staff! All of them are kind and caring. They treat me like I'm part of their own family!
Not only is the building beautiful, but it is also clean and odor free - Always! The residents appear happy and engaged with each other and the staff.
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