Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

What We Do & Who We Serve


We provide and support families in the greatest act of love that we call caregiving.

We serve the following five groups of people in: Marion, Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks, Hancock, Morgan, Johnson, and Shelby counties:

  • We serve older adults who want supportive living services DELIVERED into the place they know by heart . . . their home, so they can continue to live at home for as long as possible.
  • We serve the adult children of the older adults who want to remain in the home.
  • We serve the social workers, case managers, and discharge planners in offering options and solutions for their patients. We will go to the care settings 7 days a week to meet and design care options.
  • We serve long-distance family caregivers with nurse navigators, care management, and care coordination services.
  • We serve the community by offering caregiving resources to simplify information about in-home care with practical solutions that can be used instantly.

Services Provided

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

In-Home Care - Homemaking & Companionship

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

Personal Care & Hygiene

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

Dementia & Memory Care

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

Elder-Care Management and Care Navigation

Five Reasons Why We Enjoy a Fine Reputation

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

We can start services today.

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

No minimum hours required to become our client.

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

Services customized to suit your situation.

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

You will see the license, bond, and insurance of our agency and the screening and credentialing of our staff.

Age in Place Indiana | In-home Elder Care

Medically and professionally coordinated care programs.

The Top 10 Things Age In Place Indiana Care Managers Can Help You With

  • Conduct a level of care assessment to identify caregiving problems and to recommend caregiving solutions.
  • Provide crisis intervention in the home, at a hospital, and a care facility.
  • Screen, match, and arrange for in-home help or other caregiving services, including assistance with hiring qualified caregivers at home.
  • Function as a liaison to families who are far away and even those close by for overseeing, coordinating, and responding to family members in the event of a caregiving problem.
  • Facilitating the relocation of an older adult to and from a retirement community, assisted living facility, or a nursing home.
  • Provide advocacy and eldercare education to families and other care team members.
  • Provide eldercare counseling and support.
  • Review financial, legal, and medical issues and to offer referrals to all appropriate medical and care specialists.
  • Provide financial, legal, and medical review and assessments to apply benefits, including Veteran Administration aid and attendance benefit, long-term care insurance, and state Medicaid waivers.
  • Help family members keep SANE and to find MEANING and JOY as they juggle responsibilities in all their caregiving roles.

Could you use a consultation with our care managers, transitional care coordinators, or care navigators?

We will be glad to help you! Just give us a no-obligation call or fill out our contact form to reach one of our care experts.