The Wellington at Southport

7212 US Highway 31 South Indianapolis IN 46227

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Capitalize on big-city amenities in a downhome setting at The Wellington at Southport, an Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care community in Indianapolis, Indiana, designed to enhance life to the fullest. From thoughtfully designed floor plans to world-class services and myriad recreational and social opportunities, residents will be amazed at how we have thought of everything. Our spacious studio apartment homes offer the comforts of home with individual climate control, wall-to-wall carpet and cable TV access while providing privacy with 2-inch mini blinds and individual locked mailboxes. Our community offers the freedom to live the way residents choose in comfortable surroundings. At the same time, it offers companionship. Say goodbye to the worries of living alone, home maintenance and housework. Say hello to a relaxed lifestyle with regular Bingo games, a community choir, Uno Club, trips to the local AMC movie theater and three home-cooked meals a day in our tastefully decorated dining room. Residents receive attentive and prompt care from compassionate and knowledgeable staff members and also can make an appointment to see our house physician, who visits the community twice a month. A plethora of shopping, dining and entertainment options are at residents' fingertips thanks to our convenient location just minutes from downtown Indianapolis and the scheduled courtesy transportation we provide to local businesses and services.

Since 1990, Capital Senior Living has grown to become one of the largest senior living providers in the United States. With a goal of offering affordable housing and an enriched lifestyle to thousands of seniors, our dedicated team of professionals succeeds in providing quality care in each of our unique communities.

Pricing at The Wellington at Southport

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1 Bedroom
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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.

Reviews of The Wellington at Southport

3.4 of 5 Average rating
24 Reviews
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(13) A Place For Mom
(11) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • [Name removed] was very informative and helpful. She gave us lots of information. We aren't sure what we'll do or when.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    [Name removed] was very informative and helpful. She gave us lots of information. We aren't sure what we'll do or when.

  • Black mold in the dining room

    As a resident here the black mold in the dining room wall is a major concern for me. The ED failed to have these walls replaced because she didnt want to spend the money (as an incentive from corporate she gets a bonus each month for staying under budget) A major health concern especially for a place that calls itself a healthcare facility!!! Do not move your loved one here!!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Black mold in the dining room

    As a resident here the black mold in the dining room wall is a major concern for me. The ED failed to have these walls replaced because she didnt want to spend the money (as an incentive from corporate she gets a bonus each month for staying under budget) A major health concern especially for a place that calls itself a healthcare facility!!! Do not move your loved one here!!

  • I was unsure about this facility at the start because I'd read up on it and learned that it was much older than others I planned to tour. That wasn't necessarily a problem, but being older, it did offer far more reviews than did the others in which I was interested. By reading the reviews, which I'll add were overall favorable, I learned that the name had changed twice in a relatively short time period. When my sister and I met with the Director of Marketing and Sales, I asked him about this. He noted I'd done my homework and explained that the building had originally been a traditional nursing home. It was acquired by another group and the name changed twice after the purchase, once because it was so similar to a sister property that it caused confusion. Fair enough! We were given a tour and my first impression was, yes, it was obvious that this had been a former nursing home. I'm sure they did a lot to update the interior, but barring gutting the entire structure, they wouldn't have been able to remove the more clinical and traditional look of the long halls and small rooms of a nursing home. We were looking for a one-bedroom apartment for our mom but all they had were studio apartments (yes, they had three one-bedroom apartments, but two were filled by longtime residents who had no intention of leaving under their own will, and one who had just moved in!). The studios were nicely arranged, with a huge bathroom and some even had a few options so that a bed wasn't the first thing one saw upon entering the room. Regardless, they were studios! The rest of the facility was nice. Their dining room was large and bright, they had good space for activities, exercise and such. We learned that they had won several awards for their food and were invited to come dine with them. The dining room doubled as a community room for events that they frequently put on for residents and the community. Their activities sounded fun and it appeared that everyone we saw enjoyed being there. When we talked cost, I'll admit this facility was lower than the others in cost. Several factors probably played into that, understandably. One fact we learned that was hard to deny being a selling point was that this facity, unlike the others we've considered, not only accepts Medicaid waivers, but doesn't allow only a small percentage of them--it appeared that if one qualified, one could live there! Perhaps that's why the place is full (no vacancies at this facility!) and the residents seem to enjoy all it has to offer! While The Wellington will not be our first choice because of its location on US 31, its more clinical feel, and lack of one-bedroom apartments, we can see moving our mom here down the road if our funds do not hold out at whatever location we select. And we feel comfortable that she would be content and well cared for at The Wellington.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I was unsure about this facility at the start because I'd read up on it and learned that it was much older than others I planned to tour. That wasn't necessarily a problem, but being older, it did offer far more reviews than did the others in which I was interested. By reading the reviews, which I'll add were overall favorable, I learned that the name had changed twice in a relatively short time period. When my sister and I met with the Director of Marketing and Sales, I asked him about this. He noted I'd done my homework and explained that the building had originally been a traditional nursing home. It was acquired by another group and the name changed twice after the purchase, once because it was so similar to a sister property that it caused confusion. Fair enough! We were given a tour and my first impression was, yes, it was obvious that this had been a former nursing home. I'm sure they did a lot to update the interior, but barring gutting the entire structure, they wouldn't have been able to remove the more clinical and traditional look of the long halls and small rooms of a nursing home. We were looking for a one-bedroom apartment for our mom but all they had were studio apartments (yes, they had three one-bedroom apartments, but two were filled by longtime residents who had no intention of leaving under their own will, and one who had just moved in!). The studios were nicely arranged, with a huge bathroom and some even had a few options so that a bed wasn't the first thing one saw upon entering the room. Regardless, they were studios! The rest of the facility was nice. Their dining room was large and bright, they had good space for activities, exercise and such. We learned that they had won several awards for their food and were invited to come dine with them. The dining room doubled as a community room for events that they frequently put on for residents and the community. Their activities sounded fun and it appeared that everyone we saw enjoyed being there. When we talked cost, I'll admit this facility was lower than the others in cost. Several factors probably played into that, understandably. One fact we learned that was hard to deny being a selling point was that this facity, unlike the others we've considered, not only accepts Medicaid waivers, but doesn't allow only a small percentage of them--it appeared that if one qualified, one could live there! Perhaps that's why the place is full (no vacancies at this facility!) and the residents seem to enjoy all it has to offer! While The Wellington will not be our first choice because of its location on US 31, its more clinical feel, and lack of one-bedroom apartments, we can see moving our mom here down the road if our funds do not hold out at whatever location we select. And we feel comfortable that she would be content and well cared for at The Wellington.

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    • The Wellington at Southport Amenities

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