5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Marion County, IN


Robin Run Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5354 West 62nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46268
"My wife's aunt lived in Robin Run Village. They were garden homes. There was not much yard but there was a kitchen, a living room, a couple of bedrooms, a bathroom and a little screened-in porch...." More


Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8140 Township Line Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46260
"My family found Marquette Manor to be the perfect fit for my 96 year old aunt. This community has so much to offer seniors wanting to live independently, but with a minor need for assistance. A bit..." More

Westminster Village IN North

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
11050 Presbyterian Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46236
"I visited Westminster North. It had everything. It had independent, assisted living, long-term care, and memory care. It was convenient for shopping and lots of things. I thought it was a well laid..." More

Hoosier Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
9875 Cherryleaf Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46268
"Hoosier Village Retirement Center was an older community but they invested quite a bit in acreage, it was almost like a subdivision community. They had two very distinct subdivisions where they had..." More

Gardens at the Altenheim

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3525 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46237
"Altenheim is an extremely tidy assisted living facility. It is clean inside as well as outside. Very impressed with how things are ran there. The staff seems to care deeply for the residents. There..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Marion County

  • Review of Westminster Village IN North

    Westminster Village is beautiful, they have single rooms above the office area, single apartments, and individual houses surrounding that part. The staff was great. It's a full-service retirement c... Read more

  • Review of Robin Run Village

    Robin Run Village was nice. It was winter when we visited my mother-in-law. She was having problems with her heating, but they got that fixed pretty quickly for her. She gets one meal a day. When w... Read more

  • Review of Marquette

    Marquette is a beautiful community. I like that they have graduated living facilities. I'm starting out in an independent apartment, but when the time comes, I can move into an assisted living unit... Read more


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