Indianapolis Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Indianapolis Assisted Living Facilities

American Village

Review by Visitor


American Village is in a good location near where we live. It had great renovations and a really high rating. They play bingo and take the residents out to shopping. The only downside was that the communication with the admissions representative was difficult.

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Robin Run

Review by Future Resident


The residents are warm and friendly and all seem very full of life. Many improvements have been made and are in the works. We love the secluded feel of the campus. The staff is friendly and focused on caring for the residents.

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Greenbriar Village

Review by DM


We moved dad into Greenbriar Village and so far it's nice. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. The room he has is clean, and the residents seem to enjoy themselves.

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Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes

Review by Deborah


I'm here at Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes and I'm looking for a way out. I was supposed to be on the independent side. I'm in a wheelchair and the nursing director came up to me and said they need me over here for two or three days to see how I do with my medications and see how well I move and all that...

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The visit at Rosegate was fine. It's a nice community. It has different buildings for different functions. It has courtyard, which is rather nice. The whole community is kept-up very well. They have a beautiful dining area. The decor is nice. They have big wide hallways and a very nice party room...

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Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes

Review by Cheryl


Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes was very nice, very cheery, clean, and friendly. The individual houses were closer to the main building, which was more convenient. They offer transportation and security systems in the homes. They have outings for lunches, dinners, and shopping...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Indianapolis

When Indianapolis was established 1821, the founders allowed one square mile for the city, never imagining it would grow larger. Since then, the city has become the most populous state capital east of the Mississippi River, and the nation's 13th largest city. With the development of the railway, Indianapolis evolved into an important transportation hub, often referred to as "the Crossroads of America." The city's many attractions and amenities are a boon for seniors who choose assisted living in Indianapolis. Like most Midwestern cities, Indianapolis enjoys four distinct seasons each year, allowing for sunny summers and white winters.

Indianapolis Attractions

Indianapolis is a sports-lover’s paradise, boasting professional football, basketball and hockey teams. The city is also well known for its car racing history. Each spring, nearby Speedway hosts NASCAR's Indy 500, the nation's highest attended sporting event. Residents of assisted living in Indianapolis will also enjoy visiting the funky retro shops within the Fountain Square District near Indianapolis Monument Circle. Another great shopping destination is the glitzy Wholesale District, which includes Circle Centre, the city's premier mall that is home to over 100 stores covering two full blocks.

Indianapolis Senior Activities

Residents of assisted living in Indianapolis will benefit from participating in activities at the city's elaborate Indianapolis Senior Center, which focuses on health, recreation and educational programs that support independence and produce healthier lifestyles. The center sponsors activities such as dancing lessons, art and language classes, and cultural trips. Members can also receive free tickets to local events. The website Indy Creative Aging offers additional articles and event listings to help seniors make the most of their life in the big city.

Indianapolis Medical Facilities

Methodist Hospital of Indianapolis, operated by Indiana University, is the largest medical facility in the entire state. All injured race car drivers from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are automatically transported to Methodist. Residents of assisted living in Indianapolis are also welcome to visit the Center for Healthy Aging at St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital which employs a number of geriatric physicians who are leading the world in research and education on aging.

Indianapolis Transportation

Not just a name for the seventh color of the rainbow, IndyGo is also the name of Indianapolis' public bus system. Senior residents of assisted living in Indianapolis pay half fare to ride, and eligible persons may take advantage of the Open Door Paratransit and Taxi Voucher program. Seniors do not need to live in Florida anymore to take the grandkids on a monorail ride. The Indianapolis "People Mover" is a modern elevated train that shuttles passengers on a 1.4-mile loop between three major city hospitals.

Cost of Assisted Living in Indianapolis

According to a 2011 survey by Genworth Financial, the median monthly cost of a private, one-bedroom apartment in an Indianapolis assisted living facility is $3,110. This means that seniors should plan on spending at least $37,320 a year for assisted living in Indianapolis. However, due to differences between assisted living communities, such as size, location and amount of services provided, costs can range from a minimum of $2,250 to a maximum of $4,455 per month.

Find Assisted Living in Indianapolis

Indianapolis officials describe their home as one of the "country’s most livable big cities." For more information about senior housing options in this exciting Midwestern city, visit our Indianapolis Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Josh Talbot. Back to Top