3525 E Hanna Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46237

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Altenheim is an assisted living community located in Indianapolis that offers senior living accommodations and services.

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Pricing for Altenheim

You may be able to take advantage of:

  • Direct incentives from this community
  • Veterans/spouse assistance
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Proceeds from selling a home
  • Bridge loans

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Detailed Information

Altenheim is an assisted living facility located in Indianapolis, IN.

Assisted Living can be an expensive senior care option, so cost is typically going to be a consideration when looking at alternatives. The average starting cost of this facility is lower than the average cost in the area. The average starting cost of this community is $2,495, which is 49.1% below the average cost of $4,902 per month in this area.

The community allows you to have pets, but you are limited to having cats or other small pets. Please make sure that you talk to the community to verify if your pet is allowed.

Food and dining is an important consideration when selecting an assisted living facility. Three meals a day are offered to residents, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Access to health care is an important consideration when selecting an assisted living community. There are 21 hospitals close to Altenheim. The two closest hospitals are Franciscan Health Indianapolis, which is 4.3 miles miles away, and Community Hospital South, which is 5.1 miles miles away from the facility.

Altenheim Amenities

Community Highlights

Outdoor Areas

Activity Center


Clubs & Communities

Restaurant Style Dining


  • Bath Tubs
  • Respite or Short Term Stays Offered
  • Wi-Fi/high-speed internet
  • Private patio
  • deck
  • or balcony
  • Air Conditioned
  • Barber Shop
  • Cats Allowed
  • Wall-to-wall carpet
  • Living room with big-screen TV
  • Beauty & Barber
  • Salon / Barbershop
  • Outdoor Garden
  • Wifi / Internet
  • Outdoor Walking Paths
  • Landscaped Grounds
  • Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
  • Emergency Call System
  • Maintenance
  • Sprinkler System
  • Utilities Included
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • Studio / Efficiency

Activities & Fitness

  • Devotional Activities On-Site
  • Educational Speakers / Life Long Learning
  • Day Trips and Outings
  • Activities Off-site
  • BBQs or Picnics
  • Social Outings
  • Health and Wellness Programs
  • Arts and Crafts

Additional Features

  • 87 Total Units
  • 150 Total Units


  • Speech Therapy
  • Laundry / Dry Cleaning
  • 67 Current Occupants
  • Certified by Medicare and Medicaid
  • Medicare Participant Since 10/22/1980
  • Offers Continuing Care
  • Offers Resident/Family Counciling
  • Wound Care
  • 144 Current Occupants
  • Medicare Participant Since 01/01/1967
  • Diabetic care
  • Incontinence care
  • Ambulatory care
  • Memory care
  • Medication management
  • Hospice available on-site
  • Podiatrist
  • Dentist
  • Physical therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Speech therapist
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
  • Parking
  • Dental Care
  • Pain Management
  • Nurses
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Dialysis Care
  • Stroke Care
  • Podiatry
  • Beauty/barber shop

Dining & Nutrition

  • Meals Included
  • Healthy Snacks
  • Restaurant-style dining
  • Guest meals
  • Library & Computer Lounge
  • Meals Provided


  • 9 Total Deficiencies Reported
  • 4 Health Standard Deficiencies
  • 7 Health Complaint Deficiencies
  • 1 Total Incidents Reported
  • 13 Total Complaints Reported
  • 0 Total Fines Imposed
  • $0 in Fines Imposed
  • 0 Payment Denials
  • 0 Penalties Imposed
  • 2 Total Deficiencies Reported
  • 2 Health Standard Deficiencies
  • 0 Health Complaint Deficiencies
  • 0 Total Incidents Reported
  • 1 Total Complaints Reported
  • Emergency call system


  • Guest Meals
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Laundry Service / Drycleaning
  • English
  • Flat linen and personal laundry service included
  • Personal laundry service
  • Pet Friendly
  • Memory Care
  • Assisted Living
  • Independent Living
  • Hospice
  • Respite
Reviews Score

Resident Review Score


#21 out of 29
in Indianapolis, IN

Aggregated reviews in this score

Most Loved(9)
Below Average(8)

Anonymous Source - A Place for Mom August 2022

The staff are very engaging. My loved one has already made friends with other residents. I feel that my loved one is happy and safe. They do not offer a low salt diet to the residents, and this is something that could be improved upon. The delivery of meals in the dining room can be slow for the residents to receive their meals and then the food can arrive cold. There is bingo, music, and more for activities for the residents to participate in.

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Anonymous Source - A Place for Mom July 2022

Altenheim has good costs and the care is okay. They are friendly and they do feed the residents with good food. Overall it's okay. This place isn't terrible, it's just that me and my loved one have had our own experiences here.

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anonymous Source - A Place for Mom May 2022

The Altenheim community has just been a wonderful experience for our loved one so far, she has as happy as a clam. It has fit her needs perfectly and we would absolutely recommend them to other families. She participates in different card games, bingo and has even joined the walking club. Our loved one hasn't been able to walk for years and now she is all over the place with her walker. Living alone and going through covid really just did our loved one in and now being here she is able to mingle and socialize whenever she wants.

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Dan E Source - A Place for Mom April 2022

We went with Altenheim because of the extensiveness of their care. They have an attached skilled nursing facility, a memory care unit, and even a dialysis unit. They were also about $1000 a month less than where she was at previously so the value here is great. The staff is very cooperative and good at what they do. My mother loves it and would definitely recommend them to others.

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Angela Hineman Source - June 2021

When meeting with the Director of this facility, we was accepting of sending our father there for his aftercare from an automobile accident. It seemed to our family that he would be getting the care that he needed and attention to his injuries by the Healthcare staff and other employees. The second day he was there proved to us that we made a big mistake and now that he has been there for a couple of weeks we definitely know we did. Pretty much everything we were told was false. We, as a family, have had to make sure that one or more of us are out there with him to make sure we can continue to do his care since the majority of the staff do not. Not only has our father been neglected but we have witnesses first hand that other patients are being neglected as well. Our Dad had a chest tube from a collapsed lung, broken ribs, pelvis broken in several places, and had to have surgery for a rod to be put in his femur from where it was broken in half. His pain medications have not been given to him at the scheduled time since he arrived. Instead of giving him his narcotics that were prescribed, he has been given Advil until we as a family stepped in to make sure he's getting the right medication. His bandages hadn't been changed nor his wounds cleaned for 3 days and finally one of our sisters did it herself after seeing green stain on the one where his chest tube was taken out. This was brought to the staff's attention and they had to be told to write the date on the bandages of when it was changed to make sure they were doing their job. He hadn't had a bath for days and so finally our family had to take over and give him baths ourselves to make sure it got done. His room hadn't been cleaned at all for days so finally, again, we as a family have had to get cleaning supplies and keep his room clean and dusted. When he pushes the call button for assistance it's always ignored up to hours at a time. We as a family have witnessed this not only from our Dad but other patients as well. He has had physical therapy and we try to make sure that someone is there so he is not injured or ignored through his therapy because of his injuries as has happened when we are not there. He had an appointment with the Orthopedic surgeon this morning and he was sent early by the facility to sit by himself to get it over with before the family could get there at the scheduled time even though they were informed and have knowledge that we always attend his appointments because he has dementia. We have already made arrangements for our father to come home and to continue his care at home. He will definitely be leaving this facility on Monday. This facility has been paid a lot of money and our family has been the ones who has had to take care of him the majority of his two week stay. Do not be fooled by the speel you are given to put your family member here. There are some staff members who are definitely trying to do their job but are overwhelmed because the majority of the staff are lazy and are only there to sit around and have conversations instead of doing the jobs they are paid to do.

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Michaela Source - November 2020

Awful staff, extremely unprofessional. We are in the process of reporting and pressing charges. Staff members stole medications from my mother. There is documentation to support this and evidence of elderly abuse for multiple patients. As reported in previous comments, the staff would ignore request and intentionally withhold care. I’m warning whoever reads this, please do not send your loved one to this facility as you will be putting them at risk. This is the worst facility in the Midwest by far. They also do not regularly clean or bathe patients.

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(317) 788-4261

3525 E Hanna Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46237

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