Brownsburg, IN — Brownsburg Meadows, a senior living community in Brownsburg, has been named Assisted Living Community of the Year by the Indiana Health Care Association/Indiana Center for Assisted Living, organizations which represent senior living and nursing communities statewide.
Brownsburg Meadows, which is located at 7133 Meadow Trail in Brownsburg, was selected by senior communities statewide and the IHCA/INCA and was lauded for its superior care and service.
This senior living community is operated by American Senior Communities, which operates about 90 senior health and living communities throughout Indiana and in Louisville, Ky.
Brownsburg Meadows includes one-bedroom and two-bedroom Garden Homes and Assisted Living apartments with a variety of floor plan options. The community also offers an innovative memory care neighborhood, offering a person-centered approach to meeting the needs of those with early-to-middle stages of dementia.
ASC officials praised the community for receiving the award. “At Brownsburg Meadows, our residents are our priority and it shows every day in how we deliver services and care to the seniors who call Brownsburg Meadows home,” said Chris Kelley, vice president of Senior Living at American Senior Communities. “We are so happy that our peers recognize that we put residents first, but without the passionate care provided by our staff, this would not be possible.”
ASC Communities have garnered the Assisted Living Community of the Year award for the last four years in a row. Heritage Park Commons won in 2016 and Coventry Meadows Assisted Living won in 2017, both communities are located in Fort Wayne. In 2018, Aster Place of Lafayette was awarded this top honor.
The winners of the 2019 Senior Living Awards will be officially recognized at IHCA/INCAL’s upcoming Convention and Expo on Monday, September 16th at the JW Marriott, Indianapolis, where more than 350 Indiana nurses, nursing assistants, health facility administrators, clinical staff and others working in long-term care and assisted living centers across the state will be in attendance.
“We’re pleased to recognize these organizations for their outstanding efforts to enhance resident experiences,” said IHCA/INCAL President Zach Cattell. “From making new advancements in clinical outcomes to delivering exceptional care to those they serve every day, these organizations exemplify performance excellence and their contribution to their residents is commendable.”
For more information about the IHCA/INCAL’s awards, please visit https://www.ihca.org/events-conventionawards/.