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South Indianapolis - Shelby Street

Independent Adult Day Care Center – South Indianapolis

2225 Shelby Street, Indianapolis, IN 46203View Map

Executive Director: Ryan Skinner | Read Bio | 317-296-8811 |

Our Shelby Street center [March 2018 opening] is located just of the Raymond Street exit on I-65. This 9,500 square foot facility is newly designed and renovated to serve the Downtown and South Indianapolis area.

Facility Features:

  • Family-room style function room with multiple seating and fireplace
  • 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
  • 18 foot ceilings with full length and elevated windows for excellent natural light
  • Library/Den/Assessment Room
  • Interactive Kitchen

Ryan Skinner

Executive Director

Ryan Skinner was born and raised on a farm just south of Columbus, OH.  He went to The Ohio State University where he received a degree in Political Science in 2006.  While there, he began working in various service departments at a Continuing Care Retirement Community.  In the time spent there and interactions with the residents and staff, he realized that health care was the path he wanted to take.  In 2007 he received his Ohio Nursing Home Administrator’s license and made the move to Indiana where he received his Indiana Health Facility Administrator’s license in 2009.  After managing a medical adult daycare center for 8 years he decided to make a change and become an administrator for a local Personal Services Agency.  Shortly thereafter he was presented the opportunity to return to adult daycare, which is his true passion.  In his free time, he enjoys trail running and watching Buckeye sports.  His biggest accomplishments were running from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to the North Rim and climbing Long’s Peak in Colorado.

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