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See full list of all 716 licensed assisted living homes in Indiana for 2019. Senior Living Help enables senior citizens and their loved ones to locate every licensed assisted living facility in Indiana. If you or your loved one are trying to locate a facility in any part of Indiana with kind and caring staff who will help with daily living activities such as bathing, getting dressed, eating, transferring or any other activities, please browse all facility listings below by your city or county, or alternatively use the search box above to find an assisted living community in Indiana that is close to you.

You have probably spent several months trying to convince your aged parent to transition into an assisted living facility where adequate senior care and supervision are provided. You loved to care for your aged parent yourself, but time and other circumstances might not allow you to do so effectively any longer. Now that your loved one has agreed to consider relocating into an Indiana assisted living facility, you may be wondering how to get started.

At first, you might feel you have a lot of work to do. Your aged parent is moving to an assisted living facility in Indiana, and you’ve been tasked to find the perfect place that is not just cost-friendly but suitable for the kind of comfort your aged loved one deserves. How can you determine the ideal senior care home among the plethora of assisted living options in Indiana?

Moving Your Parent Into Assisted Living in Indiana

The population of Indiana is over 6 million, according to the United States Census Bureau. And of this population, about 7% of the people are senior citizens above the age of 65. This makes the “Hoosier state” a fascinating place to spend your Midwestern golden years. Another interesting fact about the state is the various senior care options and assisted living facilities available to Indianans. If you or your loved one has chosen to spend the golden years aging in place in Indiana, you have made one of the most significant decisions of your life. Here is how you should start to prepare your elderly loved one for this transition into an Indianan assisted living facility.

  • Understand the senior care needs of your aged parent

The most efficient way to find the best assisted living facility in Indiana is to understand the senior care needs of your aged parent and the possible estimated assisted living costs in the state. When you know what to look out for in a typical assisted living care facility, you can quickly identify the best option among a pool of possibilities. Then, research online and create a list of your findings. No matter the city or county you search in Indiana, you will find a handful of options to consider.

  • Evaluate your budget

According to Genworth, the average price of assisted living facilities in Indiana is $3,693 per month, which is also considered as average when compared to other states in America. Your budget will likely depend on how long your elderly loved one plans to live in the assisted living facility and the care services they may require. If you seek extended care that will span up to two or three years, then you ought to be prepared for the financial responsibilities that come with such long term senior care.

  • Tour assisted living facilities

Depending on your schedule, select a specific day to tour some local assisted living facilities in the Hoosier state. While you do so, you should consider that your goal is to pick the best assisted living facility in Indiana for you. Endeavor to consider other senior care options and prepare a list of your most essential factors that you seek before you tour each senior care facility.

Finding the perfect assisted living community in Indiana is a lot easier when you know where to start and how to evaluate the various Indiana senior living options.

Costs and Payment Options for Assisted Living in Indiana

While the average in the state is $3,693 monthly, assisted living costs at their highest are $5,205 per month and $4,385 per month in certain parts of Indiana. Indianapolis, Lafayette and Muncie are at the high-end whereas areas like Kokomo and Ft. Wayne are at the lower end of the spectrum. The cost will be raised at least several hundred to $1,000 plus more for Indiana memory care. It’s a good idea to have the needs of the senior evaluated prior to making the move, to ensure what they need in the present and the near-future is what you have budgeted for.

Indiana, like most states doesn’t have direct Medicaid support; however, they do have Medicaid waiver programs that supplement assisted living care facilities. Senior retirees can enjoy limited personal services while in a senior living facility. This waiver is called the Aged and Disabled Medical Waiver. It is out of the Consumer-Directed Attendant Care Program. It is a self-directed program that allows the senior more freedom of choice as to who looks after them.  The program will cover three phases of assisted living and if used creatively could help quite a bit with assisted living costs in Indiana. The 3 phases cover personal assistance while living at home, in adult foster care, adult day care and assisted living facilities. The only issue with this waiver is that there may be a waiting list. Early action is the best way to go. Income restrictions apply for seniors that are single and for married couples. The need for the waiver must be proven and the senior must be over 65 years of age.

There are many other ways to pay for assisted living in Indiana. Look into special insurance and long-term care options, retirement savings or family members for help. Make sure the type of care you are trying to get is the proper care the senior citizen needs, i.e. if the senior does not need nursing home level of care, look for facilities that offer a lower level of care.

Room Types and Regulations for Assisted Living in Indiana

There is a requirement of minimum 100 square feet of living space not including bathrooms, alcoves or closets for each assisted living unit in Indiana. There is a minimum of 80 square feet that is required for 2-person occupancy or per resident if more than two seniors occupy a senior living unit. The living areas that are common must have the amplest space so that there is prevention of running into each other while normal ambulation occurs. There shall not be more than 4 seniors in one assisted living facility apartment unit.

Each assisted living unit in Indiana must have a private toilet, sink and bathtub or shower.

There are at presently no set safety codes that are required for Indiana assisted living. The fire department will hold fire inspection at the scheduled times.  In the case of Alzheimer’s and memory care, assisted living facilities are set up with locks, security for flight risks and segregation when needed for the safety of all memory care residents.

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