Important Update Regarding COVID-19/Should I move into assisted living during this time?

Dear Families and Loved Ones,

Should I move into assisted living during this time?

Based on guidance from public health experts, Indiana government officials have released visitation guidelines and considerations for outdoor visitation at senior living communities. This time has been difficult for everyone, so a heartfelt thank you for helping us to keep your loved one safe.

We look forward to the first step of reopening, and we ask that you continue to work with us and to remember we are here to assist in any way possible during this transition.

With this in mind, we appreciate your attention to the following visitation requirements:

  • Please check with your community regarding scheduling visitation times in advance.
  • All visitors must sign in, provide contact information, will be screened and temperatures taken upon arrival.
  • All visitors and residents will visit a hand sanitizing station.
  • Outdoor visitation spaces must allow appropriate social distancing of at least 6 feet between visitors and loved ones.
  • Both residents and visitors will wear a surgical mask or cloth face covering for the duration of the visit, with special accommodations when this is not possible for residents.
  • Visitors may provide food and beverage to the resident consistent with dietary considerations, but food should not be shared between residents and visitors.
  • Visitation should be restricted to children 12 years of age or older. Visitors with children must be able to manage them, and children must be able to wear a face mask during the entire visitation.
  • A schedule of visitation hours will be established.

If you have any questions related to COVID-19, please visit us at or email us at

For guidance from the Indiana Department of Health regarding outdoor visitation, please visit


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You may be searching for a feeling of community with people who share your interests, someplace safe and comfortable with little to no home maintenance. You value your independence and want to stay active and connected in an upscale Indianapolis independent living community.

That may sound good, but you may also need a little extra support now or in the future keeping track of medications, doing laundry, errands, bathing or dressing. Assisted living provides the care you need right here in Indianapolis, leaving everything else in your capable hands.

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Traditions at North Willow is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. We offer Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Villas in our senior retirement community. Nursing care and support, along with gracious amenities and lifestyle options are provided to our residents. We are an active adult community, within the Traditions Management family, that can help seniors with aging, Alzheimer’s, and Dementia care.