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Altenheim Senior Living’s park-like campus in Indianapolis invites residents and guests to stroll the grounds and enjoy 32 beautiful acres of gardens, expansive lawns, paved walking paths, and a stocked fishing pond. The community’s location combines convenient access to I-465 and all parts of the city including the charming attractions of Beech Grove, Indiana. Greenwood Park Mall and other local amenities offer entertainment, shopping, and restaurants. Plus, with nearby physician’s offices, specialized medical services, and the major medical centers of south-central Indianapolis, Altenheim’s setting is the perfect complement to the community’s exceptional reputation and progressive approach to senior living and care.
For over 100 years, generations of area residents have chosen Altenheim for our tradition of gracious living, comprehensive continuum of care, and specialized rehabilitation services. Garden homes and apartments are available for maintenance-free independent living, with access to onsite health care services if ever needed. These services include assisted living and long-term skilled nursing care, as well as short-term rehabilitation with a full range of rehabilitative therapies.
Our dedicated teams ensure all services are provided in the most professional and compassionate manner. You’ll find everyone here shares a commitment to enhancing the lifestyle and well-being of the people we serve every day, at every stage of life.
Altenheim is part of the CarDon family of care. Based in Bloomington, Indiana, CarDon & Associates’ 35-plus years of management expertise and uniquely family-centered approach form the foundation of inspired senior living and compassionate care giving at our communities located throughout south-central Indiana.
Judy Robinson at age 87 is an assisted living resident at Altenheim Health and Living Community in Indianapolis. She was married to her sweetheart for 51 years. Judy has 4 children, 12 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren. Judy worked for 25 years as a kindergarten teacher’s assistant. “I loved it,” she said. “I even got to help my own kids.”