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Indianapolis, the capital of the Hoosier state, is a wonderful place for seniors to retire. With a population just under 1 million, Indianapolis, or Indy, has so much to offer in terms of care and service providers. These include continuum of care communities, home care, elder law attorneys, senior transportation, and so much more. Seniors can be assured to find what the services they need, and family members can be put at ease by what Indianapolis has to offer our aging loved ones.
With a resurgent downtown area, Indianapolis, also known as The Circle City, for the famous downtown Soldiers & Sailors Monument in Monument Circle, Indianapolis has a culture all its own.
We would be remiss in speaking about Indianapolis if we didn’t start with its sports crazed history. You can’t visit or be in Indianapolis without a seeing the internationally famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway. There you can see the Indy 500, the Brickyard 400, or just go to the infield and play a round of golf while at the track. Make sure to visit the Speedway Museum before leaving to gain a history of the sport. Indy is also the home of the NCAA, so check out the NCAA Hall of Champions Museum and see the history of collegiate sports. Indiana is also a basketball haven, as seen in the movie Hoosiers. Feel free to check out a Pacers game, or the nearby University of Indiana, Butler University, or Purdue University basketball teams. If being outside what you’re looking for, take a stroll down the Monon trail, a 23 mile long trail following the historical Chicago, Indianapolis, and Louisville Railway.
For family fun, visit the world’s largest children’s museum, and get involved in the hands on exhibits. Or make sure to visit the Indiana State Fair, where you can get other things that Indiana is famous for, the sweet corn and a pork tenderloin sandwich. Go to the Smithsonian Affiliate, Connor Prairie, a living museum for a more hands on education about Indiana and the Midwest’s cultural history. Afterward visit the landmark that is St. Elmo Steakhouse, which has been open since 1902 in downtown Indianapolis.
Healthcare is always at the forefront of the minds of seniors and of their family members. The care available in Indianapolis is one of the top reasons for choosing to spend your retirement years there. There are great options for Active Retirement living, Independent and Assisted Living, Memory Care, and home care providers. Indianapolis also has one of the top health care systems in the country with the University of Indiana Health system. The University Hospital, located in Indianapolis, ranks in several specialty health services. These include; Cardiology and Heart Surgery, Pulmonology, Geriatrics, Neurology and Neurosurgery, and Urology among others.
To the left, on this page, is a directory of over 50 categories of services for seniors in the Indianapolis metro area, such as assisted living, memory care, retirement planners, etc. Also, for rates and services of specific provides, please call one of our FREE Care Advisors at 1-800-955-8510
Indianapolis is a jewel among the Midwest for aging seniors to retire and have an active and enjoyable retirement. Great healthcare, local culture, and a sports fanatic city are just the beginning of what can be found for you or your loved ones in Indy.
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