- On-Site Medical Staff
- Chef Prepared Meals
- Dietary Accommodations
- Transportation Services
- Laundry Service
- 24-Hour Staff
- Medication Management
- Planned Activities
- Pet Friendly
- Multiple Floor Plans
- Private Rooms
- Fitness Center
- Activity Space
- Theater Room
- Beauty Salon
- Outdoor Patio
- Walking Paths
- Free Wi-Fi
- Senior Living
- Assisted Living
- Independent Living
- Memory Care
- Nursing Home
- At-Home Care
- Respite Care
Senior Living in the Evansville, Area
With a casino, golf courses, summer festivals and a botanical garden, Evansville is the place to be for a retirement filled with fun, culture and outdoor activities. Take a seventh-inning stretch at historic Bosse Field, the nation’s third-oldest ballpark, or attend the symphony orchestra.
As you search for the right senior living community, Brookdale has locations in the Evansville area so you can find the one that best suits you. At each, you’ll find a home-like atmosphere, a long list of amenities and an active social life.
Levels of Care Offered
As the largest senior living provider in the country, we are able to offer you choices when it comes to senior living services. These are the different care options Brookdale offers in the Evansville area:
Brookdale senior living communities are carefully designed to feel just like home while also providing excellent conveniences to make your retirement all that it should be — engaging, fun-filled activities, close friendships, chef-prepared food and housekeeping service.
Amenities vary across locations, but here are some examples of the features you could be enjoying today:
Fireside Living Room
Onsite Beauty/Barber Shop
Arts & Crafts Studio
Forget the cliche stories you’ve heard about seniors sitting around falling asleep to sit-com reruns. When you move into a Brookdale assisted living community, you can enjoy a life rich in quality care, genuine friendships and fun activities.
From quality dining to assistance with personal grooming and managing medication, our assisted living communities give you the chance to make the most of your golden years. We welcome and encourage new residents to get involved with activities, which change daily. You’ll also have more time to pursue your passions because we handle the mundane chores, like housekeeping and laundry.
Many of our campuses are conveniently located near restaurants, parks, shopping, hospitals, places of worship and more. Most campuses even offer transportation services so you can enjoy the perfect combination of quality care and independence.
What is Assisted Living?
Assisted living is designed for seniors who need a little more day-to-day assistance than residents in independent living. These communities often have programs and team members in place who can provide support with everything from assistance with daily living and basic care to recreational activities and transportation.
How Much Does It Cost?
Because every community and every senior is a little different, the price can vary depending on factors like the apartment style you choose and how much help you need throughout the day. That’s why we work together before you arrive to create a custom service plan that meets your specific needs. The best part is that you only pay for the services you need, which means you’re likely to find something that fits your needs — and your budget.
You can learn more about how we determine the cost of care
and see an average price range on our Assisted Living Cost page.
When Is It Time for Assisted Living?
With their custom service plans, excellent amenities, and opportunities to meet new and interesting people, assisted living communities sound pretty great. Some locations even have general stores, fitness centers, and on-campus beauty and barber shops.
But how do you know when the time is right?
Everyone’s situation is different, but there are a few things you can think through if you’re considering assisted living for yourself or a loved one.
What Is Life Like at an Assisted Living Community?
Each resident has their own unique passions, hobbies and interests, so life at an assisted living community looks a little different for each person.
You might want to start your day off with a yoga class before meeting your friends for a delicious breakfast in the dining room. From there, you could attend a painting workshop or tend to your favorite plants in the garden before playing a lively round of Wii bowling or going on an excursion to a local restaurant or boutique.
No matter how you want to enjoy your golden years, we will be here to handle things like cooking, cleaning and laundry so you can spend more time doing the things you love.
Do you want to enjoy everything retirement has to offer without the hassle of things like mowing the lawn, cooking every meal and cleaning the house?
As an independent living resident, you can let someone else handle the chores so you can do more of what you love. Maybe you want to spend more time on arts and crafts, learn how to play a musical instrument or attend morning yoga classes. Or you might want to join a book club, meet your friends for a resident social or go on excursions to local museums.
No matter how you want to spend your days, independent living gives you the chance to redefine what it means to be independent while enjoying an active lifestyle and pursuing your passions.
What is Independent Living?
Independent Living communities are perfect for seniors who are looking to make the most of their retirement experience but who can provide for their own needs, including activities of daily living. These communities provide a wonderful place to call home. Many of our communities are pet-friendly, so you can bring your furry friend. You’ll get to enjoy on-site activities, off-site excursions, amenities such as a salon, fitness center, concierge service, and so much more!
Learn more about what it means to be an independent living resident.
How Much Does It Cost?
Choosing the right independent living community is important. But as you begin exploring your options, you may find yourself wondering, “How much does independent living cost?” It’s a good question, and you should definitely consider your budget as you begin to explore the communities in your area. But keep in mind that prices vary depending on things like geographical location, apartment size and available amenities.
Learn more about how we determine the cost of care and see an average price range.
Is Independent Living Right for Me?
Do you want to enjoy life without the burden of home upkeep and lawn maintenance? Do you wish you could spend more time doing the things you love? Do you like surrounding yourself with people who share your passions and interests?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance you’ll thrive in an independent living community. You can still enjoy all the freedom and independence you want, but the hassles of ordinary life are no longer your responsibility.
There’s no better time than right now.
Is Independent Living Right for Me?
Alzheimer’s and dementia can be challenging for everyone involved, causing you to feel a range of emotions or ask yourself questions like: What’s going to happen to my loved one’s health? But the more you know what to expect and how to prepare, the more it can make the journey feel less daunting.
You also don’t have to go through this alone. If you do feel like you need outside assistance, memory care communities are a wonderful environment ideal for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Your loved one would live in an apartment-like home with safety features, surrounded by their peers and nurturing staff members.
What Is Memory Care?
Our memory care program features a person-centered approach that’s designed to help your loved one feel a sense of belonging and purpose, while still preserving their identity and individuality. Featuring a safe and secure environment, our memory care communities have the same look and function as a private home. Seniors are able to participate in our daily path of engagement, which encourages their current skills through research-based activities. Our communities also have staff available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to an emergency.
How Much Does It Cost?
If you and your family are considering a move to a memory care community, one of the first questions you may be asking is can we afford it? Because our residents are unique individuals, we work together with their families and healthcare providers to design a personalized care plan that meets them right where they are. This means the numbers will vary depending on your loved one’s needs.
But you can find out more about the cost of care and
see an average price range on our Memory Care Cost page.
When Is It Time for Memory Care?
If you’re in a position where you think a family member could benefit from memory care, you probably have a lot of questions about what the future holds. Even though making the decision to pursue professional care is a difficult one, it isn’t something you have to do all on your own. We’re here to help you understand all of your options so you make the decision that’s best for you and your family.
Life at a Memory Care Community
Many people have misconceptions about what life is like at a memory care community. They think it might be a sad or lonely environment. But in reality, many of the residents who live in our memory care communities have a full and rich life. In addition to having access to quality care, they get to spend their days surrounded by kind and compassionate care team members, a community of interesting residents and fun-filled activities that help them continue to live with purpose and meaning.
Find The Right Memory Care Community
If someone you love is living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you want to find a top-notch memory care community. You know there are probably some important things to consider as you start your search, but where do you even begin? The good news is that you don’t have to do this alone. We have years of experience helping people just like you find the right dementia care community for their loved one.
Making The Right Decision Isn’t Always Easy
You only want what’s best for your loved one. But sometimes keeping them at home isn’t always the best option. Not everyone has the time and resources to be a round-the-clock caregiver for a family member living with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Just because your family member needs more help than you can give doesn’t mean you don’t love them enough. It just means you need help and that’s OK.
Studies show that seniors living in memory care communities often experience a higher quality of life than when they live at home, so you may find that this decision is better for them and for you.
Brookdale Home Health
Brookdale home health provides high quality, expert care right in the comfort of your own home, for those who qualify. Our expert professionals provide a wide range of highly skilled care — designed to get you back on the path toward better health.
You want to be confident that your health is in the best hands. With Brookdale Senior Living, you’ll get a health provider with over 39 years of experience caring for thousands of individuals. Our expertise has made us one of the nation’s leading providers of senior care.
In addition to receiving premium care, you’ll also be working with healthcare professionals who are focused on you. You won’t feel like just another patient. Instead, you’ll have a crafted care experience that’s personalized to your situation. Our outstanding team of home health professionals are some of the best in the business, and our team includes registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, rehabilitation therapists, social workers and aides.
Who Needs Home Health?
Home health might be ideal if you’ve experienced any of the following:
Diagnosed with an illness
Change in your health condition
Changes to medication
Fear of falling or feel at risk for a fall
Concerns about safety and independence at home
Require assistance to leave home
Need help with Medical needs
Needs assistance with Medications
Concerns for safety/mobility
Home Health Services
Home health can include one or several types of care, but our most common services include:
Home Health Aide services
Medical Social Worker care
Home Health Medicare Options
Some or all of your home health expenses may be covered by Medicare or private insurance. If you have Medicare, you can get full coverage with Part A if you qualify for one of the following:
Leaving home requires assistance and a considerable or taxing effort
Services are ordered by a physician and are medically necessary
The need for skilled services by licensed professionals is short-term or intermittent
*This information is for general purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for financial, legal, tax, accounting or other professional advice. We urge you to consult your financial, legal, tax, accounting, and/or other professional advisors for advice about what financial options are best for you.