Memory Care

Memories are the threads that join families from one generation to the next. The Bridges of Stonecrest program gives residents and their families the support they need for living with memory loss. The Bridges offers seniors with dementia opportunities to thrive. The supportive memory care at Stonecrest is delivered in a kind, compassionate way that is reflective of the resident’s lifestyles, routines and comfort levels. The caregivers understand and respond compassionately to resident's emotions and changing abilities. Our care is designed to draw on the resident’s strengths and allows them to maintain existing abilities while filling gaps in life skills with an appropriate level of assistance.

Stonecrest of Meridian Hills

(317) 762-6756

8549 N Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46260

Happy residents at Stonecrest of Meridian Hills in Indianapolis

Building Memories

While the reality of memory loss may be difficult, Stonecrest helps build on the best memories possible for residents and their families. It allows residents to enjoy the simple things in life – connecting and sharing precious memories.

Our specially trained team members receive ongoing continuing education with best practices of dementia care. They use progressive techniques to redirect or reorient residents. Read more about a few of our most popular programs below.

Vibrant Lifestyle, World Class Community

Our Programs

Innovative Relaxation

This program incorporates aromatherapy, essential oil and the healing touch.

Support Groups

These open gatherings are for people to come together to share their feelings, thoughts and experiences in a combined effort to better cope with and manage the problems of dementia within a safe environment.

Music and Memory

Stonecrest of Meridian Hills is a certified “Music and Memory” community. The national program is designed to focus on the musical aptitude and appreciation for our residents with Alzheimer’s and memory loss. Music is an excellent way to reach beyond the disease and reach the person.