Did you know that the senior population in Indianapolis is predicted to rise steeply? By 2030, every one of five people will be 65 years and older; this would be about 1.4 million people. The city is famed for its family-friendly environment, food culture, rich history, and nature. Whether you decide to get your heart racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, get your culture fix at the variety of museums and art exhibitions, or engage your inner child at the Indianapolis Zoo, you can conveniently access these attractions from the central location of Rittenhouse Village at Northside. The diverse recreation options both within the village and citywide will definitely keep your loved ones occupied and entertained during their retirement in Indianapolis, IN while being taken care of with the fullest attention of team members in the community.
IN has everything for everyone. We must first mention the Indianapolis 500, the annual car race event that projected the city into world fame. The largest single-day motorsport event, it draws hundreds and thousands of avid motorsport fans worldwide. If your loved ones are racing fans, or have a passion for cars, living in IN means that they can experience this sensational event right at their doorsteps. The Indianapolis Speedway Community Hub even hosts numerous community events to engage its audience of all ages. For example, their #500Fashion event encourages passionate fans to show off their motorsport love by incorporating race themes and “500” into their outfits each Friday of May. Another exciting event that your loved ones can look forward to is the Brickyard Fest, a sure-fire way to keep them busy.
If your loved ones are more interested in art, there are a ton of options for them to explore. These include the Zionsville Performing Arts Center, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Older couples can take a stroll through the White River State Park or paddle down the Central Canal to rekindle romantic sparks. For loved ones who love being one with nature, we recommend the Indianapolis Zoo, which houses a zoo, an aquarium, and a botanical garden. If they are feeling adventurous, a hike through Eagle Creek Park and Nature Preserve may be an interesting physical challenge.
Senior Living Amenities
If your loved ones need a little assistance with their daily tasks or simply wish for company, you may want to consider assisted living communities, such as Rittenhouse Village’s Senior Respite Care and SHINE® Memory Care program. Residents can enjoy resort-style amenities such as multifunctional entertainment areas, onsite barbers and beauty salons, concierge services, and housekeeping. Furthermore, medical needs are well taken care of, with a professional 24/7 team and nursing and on-site medical and therapy services. They get the best of both worlds with a myriad of social and recreational activities, and health, fitness, and wellness programs. At Rittenhouse Village At Northside, it really is a wonderful life. Our communities feature comfortable amenities, an elegantly decorated and welcoming environment, as well as the highest standards of personalized care designed to enrich lives for years to come.
Your loved ones can relax with their friends with peace of mind, without having to worry about household upkeep or health regimes. They can live their best life in retirement as everyone should.