Dedicated to Providing the Best in Home Care Services
Memory Lane Senior Care is a Trusted and Respected Provider of Quality Senior Home Care Services.
We provide exceptional services for seniors and those experiencing a long-term or short-term disability. Built on the timeless tradition of compassion, comfort and care, Memory Lane is deeply committed to helping individuals maintain their autonomy and independence while living in their own home. We are passionate about helping our clients live fuller, richer, more vibrant lives and improving their overall quality of life. We do this by offering a variety of home care services for clients and their families to choose from. Our staff will design a personalized care plan that will address the unique physical, emotional, and social needs of each client.
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands: one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”
- Dr. Maya Angelou-
In-Home Care Services Can Improve Overall Client Health & Wellness.
When you choose Memory Lane Senior Care you can rest easy knowing that you or your loved one is getting the specialized care they need from a trusted, nurturing, and competent caregiver. Our caregivers not only become a trusted companion, but an invaluable part of the client’s Circle of Care. Studies show that individuals with in-home care can see improved physical and mental health, including improved cognitive function and improved mobility, as well as reduced feelings of loneliness, depression and isolation. Therefore, choosing in-home care assistance can have a positive outcome on a client's overall health and well-being.
“There are only four kinds of people in the world: Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers. Those who will be caregivers, and those who will need a caregiver.”
We are Striving to be the Premier Choice for Home Care Services in the State of Indiana.
We have worked tirelessly to build a respected and trustworthy company that exceeds the expectations of our clients, employees and community stakeholders. We have designed a top notch caregiving program that focuses on our client's physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness. We set ourselves apart from the competition in several ways including
Local Company Built on Christian Values
Rigorous Training for Our Caregivers
Culturally Competent Caregiving
Informative Monthly Newsletters
Quarterly Client Appreciation Dinners
Cognitive and Creative Activities
Veterans Day Recognition
Resource Identification & Coordination
Spiritual Wellness program
"Wisdom belongs to the aged,
and understanding to the old."
- Job 12:12-
How to Pay for In-Home Care
Memory Lane cares for many families just like yours. We know that hiring an in-home care agency is one of the most important decisions you’ll make—you want to get it right and you have a lot of questions. One of the biggest questions is usually about the cost of in-home care services. Home care can be expensive, but there are a variety of options available to pay for ongoing care services for your loved ones. Memory Lane Senior Care currently accepts private pay (self-pay) and Medicaid Waiver.
Many clients and their families pay for home care out of their own pockets. While some clients need daily assistance, others are fine with weekly check-ins. We can create a care plan for any budget. Clients can pay for the care on their own or work with family members to afford in-home care.
Indiana Medicaid Waiver
Most seniors have Medicare insurance, however, Medicare typically won't cover non-medical home care assistance. However, many seniors and individuals with disabilities may qualify for the Medicaid Waiver. These waivers are used to pay for services from qualified providers of attendant or nursing care services, home modifications (ramps), lifts for vehicles, residential and employment supports, etc., and are intended to help the elderly and people with disabilities continue to live in their homes and communities instead of being moved to institutional care.
Live in Indiana
Need help with activities of daily living
Are 65 or have a recognized disability
Live in a residential setting and not in an assisted living facility or nursing home
Meet the income requirements
Meet the requirements of the Aged and Disabled Waiver