For many seniors, decreased appetites and trouble eating can lead to health concerns.

When you make the decision to move into a senior living community, the reality is you probably will have to downsize. But how?

Moving into a senior living community is a big decision yet often people make that decision without knowing who actually owns and operates the place that they will now call home.

If you have a loved one that is struggling with memory and are considering a memory care facility, there are questions you need to ask before making that final decision.

Did you know not all senior communities are pet friendly?

Talking with a loved one about moving into a senior community can be difficult.

Staying social and keeping your mind active is vitally important if you live in a senior community.

When it comes to senior living, new and better options are becoming available. One very attractive possibility is Villa Living.

Our promise to you

It is our mission to maximize the quality of life for each member of the Traditions community through genuine and uncompromising care and service.

Every family has their traditions. Traditions can be a part of yours.

A beautiful building is important. But it’s what happens inside that makes all the difference.

There is a place for you or your loved one at Traditions of North Willow in Indianapolis, Indiana that centers around friendships, family, a life filled with independence and purpose, tender and trusted care when and how you need it and the feeling that you’re home.

Find out more about North Willow’s locally-owned and operated Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care options that focus on fulfilling relationships in a comfortable, supportive community.

Is this the right fit for you?

This is your decision. But if we can help you feel more secure in your decision
and even more comfortable in your new home, it would be an honor.

Check out our Decision ToolKit to find out if this is best for you.

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