Indiana Assisted Living
Communities that provide assisted living in Indiana typically offer residential housing, meals, supervision and assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, dressing and managing medications. If a community does not administer medications to their residents, no license is required to operate the facility in the state of Indiana.
In Indiana, there are 178 Assisted Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Assisted Living in Indiana is $3,705 per month.
Indiana Assisted Living Facilities by RegionBack to top
Other Areas in IndianaAnderson, Angola, Auburn, Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Huntington, Jasper, Kendallville, Kokomo, Lafayette, Logansport, Madison, Marion, La Porte, Muncie, New Castle, Peru, Plymouth, Richmond, Seymour, South Bend, Terre Haute, Vincennes, Wabash, Warsaw, Washington
Map of Indiana Assisted Living FacilitiesBack to top
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Cost of Assisted Living in IndianaBack to top
The average cost of Assisted Living in Indiana is $3,705. Assisted Living costs range from $1,530 to $6,210 depending on location and other factors.
Assisted living in Indiana is typically funded by a senior’s retirement savings or by a family member, but there are some program options if a senior requires help paying for care. Assisted Living or Aged and Disabled Medicaid Waivers are available for seniors residing in a Medicaid-certified facility.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) manages the state’s Medicaid program. If an assisted living resident does not meet the requirements for Medicaid, he/she may be eligible for financial help through Indiana’s Residential Care Assistance Program.
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Overview of Indiana Assisted LivingBack to top Life in the Hoosier State is above average in every way. Indiana has a high population density and the second largest capital city in the nation, yet still maintains a peaceful Midwestern style of living. Indiana’s small-town charm set the stage for the popular musical, The Music Man, and Gary, Indiana is also the real-life birthplace of another famous “music man” – Michael Jackson. The state of Indiana offers everything from big-city attractions to the simplicity of the Amish country. While the weather patterns fluctuate drastically throughout the state, residents of assisted living in Indiana will always enjoy four distinct seasons each year. It is projected that in 20 years nearly 20% of the state’s population will be made up of seniors age 65 and above, making it an ideal place to retire.
Assisted Living in Indiana DefinedBack to top There is no exact definition of what constitutes assisted living in Indiana. Facilities offering services that are traditionally associated with “assisted living” are lumped into the category of residential care facilities, comprehensive care facilities or health facilities. According to Indiana state law, it does not appear that there is any clear distinction between these titles, although comprehensive care facilities may have an on-site physician and offer more medical services. If a community offering assisted living in Indiana does not administer medications to their residents, no license is required to operate the facility.
Regulation of Indiana Assisted Living FacilitiesBack to top If medical services are included in an establishment’s care plan, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) oversees facilities for the elderly through their Division of Long Term Care. The Division of Long Term Care is responsible for surveying long-term care facilities for their compliance with Indiana healthcare facility licensure rules. To maintain a license, the facilities must abide by strict rules relating to:
- Staff selection and training
- Emergency procedures
- Health and safety standards
- Minimum size and required features
- Policies concerning resident services