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Indianapolis Northwest - Guion Road

Independent Adult Day Care Centers – Northwest Indianapolis – Guion Road

8755 Guion Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46268 | View Map

Executive Director: Regina Smith | Read

Independent Adult Day Care – Guion Road [November 2017 opening] is located off West 86th Street, just west of Michigan Avenue.  This 11,000 square foot facility is newly designed and renovated to serve the Indianapolis Speedway area.

Facility Features:

  • Family-room style function room with multiple seating, fireplace, 18’ ceilings and full height windows
  • Lounge/Game Room
  • Dining room
  • Private exam room
  • Private bath, shower and salon rooms
  • Commercial grade kitchen
  • Enclosed outdoor area
  • Secure storage areas for medical records and prescription drugs
  • Guest lockers for change of clothes and personal items
  • Separate care area for highest-need guests
  • OT/PT and quiet sitting room
  • Full length skylight
  • Library/Den/Assessment Room
  • Interactive Kitchen

Regina Smith
Executive Director

Regina Smith currently serves as Executive Director of Independent Adult Day Care Center on the Northwest side of Indianapolis, Indiana. She brings with her over 30 years of experience serving as Office Manager for a premier medical practice. Prior to assuming her current position with Independent Adult Day Care, she served three years as Guest Relations Coordinator, then served two years as Guest Relations Manager at Joy’s House Adult Day Services.  Regina is a certified aging service professional, member of Leading Age of Indiana, and is a mentor for Pass the Torch for Women’s Foundation.

Regina graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Indiana University-Purdue University. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work with an anticipated graduation date in 2019. Her vision is to improve the quality of life of everyone she meets, and to empower them to make better life choices.

Her driving passion is to secure the welfare of those aging in her community. It was the love of her grandmothers who instilled value and worth in her as a child. As they aged, she had the honor of caring for them. When they died, she realized that a gift had been imparted to her, and that gift was to make life better for All Seniors.
These days she wears many hats. Regina is wife, mother, sister, friend and her newest role is caregiver to her aging parents. She has spent her career improving health and wellness for those in the “sunset season” of their lives.

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