Riverwalk Communities

Meet Our Staff

Our mission is to make a positive difference in the lives and health of our residents. We are dedicated to providing high quality care that meets the social, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of our residents. Our interdisciplinary team approach to quality of care allows us to assess and create a care plan tailored to meet the individual goals of our residents and their families.

Our website is filled with information about the convenient services and amenities offered at Riverwalk Communities, but there is no way to truly capture all that Riverwalk has to offer. We encourage you to schedule a tour of our facility to truly experience the feeling of community here at Riverwalk and to see the difference reflected in our resident’s faces.

Call us anytime at 812-425-1041, or stop by Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. We are looking forward to meeting you and showing you why so many adults have chosen to make Riverwalk Communities their home.

Best Regards,
The Riverwalk Communities Staff

Are you interested in being a part of our team? If so, please submit your resume via the form here. Thanks!

See what folks are saying about Riverwalk Communities!

WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM OUR RESIDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

If you really want to see why Riverwalk Communities is the best adult-care facility in the tri-state area, hear it from the people who know best. Read what our residents and their families have to say.

MISTI

My grandmother likes it there. I have stopped by many times and her room has always been clean. They have been very good at relaying information and the nurses have taken very good care of her. I haven’t had any problems getting any questions answered. The rooms are nice and they let her bring her own furniture and helped get it in the room the way she wanted it. The last time I visited she had 3 nurses/assistants in her room watching over her and all hugged and kissed her forehead before leaving.

JEAN

My husband was a very vibrant, active person. He had a major heart attack, multiple bypasses; a portion of the heart is no longer functioning. While he was recuperating he had a major stroke. He’s had two minor strokes since that time. It affected his short-term memory. It was our intention for him to go [to adult day care] a couple of days a week, just to get him interacting with other people and to give me a break. He now goes five days a week because he wants to go. It really has made a tremendous difference in him and it has freed up my days. You go some places and you find babysitting. And that isn’t the case at Riverwalk.