May 21st, 2015
We welcome you and your family to our family.
From the moment you enter Bell Trace, you’ll feel the warmth of friendly faces, inviting spaces, and familiar comforts. Located on a beautiful 15-acre campus on the east side of Bloomington, Indiana, our senior living community offers a park-like setting close to Indiana University campus, restaurants, shops, and other attractions.
Bell Trace reflects the spirit and energy for which Bloomington is well known – small-town charm and friendliness blended with a diverse mix of cultural and educational opportunities. It’s exactly this combination that inspires our community to strive to meet each resident’s personal goals, interests, and expectations, as well as to provide exceptional care.
It’s why Bell Trace offers such a wide variety of living options, plus services, amenities, and countless opportunities to fulfill what residents want for their lifestyle now and in the future. From a variety of cottages and apartment homes for maintenance-free independent living, to a full continuum of supportive health care services, our community exemplifies gracious retirement living and exceptional care.
Bell Trace Senior Living
- Independent living cottages and apartment homes
- Assisted living studios
Bell Trace Health & Living
- Inpatient/outpatient short-term rehabilitation
- Long-term care and skilled nursing
- Respite care
- Hospice care
Bell Trace is part of the CarDon family of care. Based nearby in Bloomington, CarDon & Associates’ 35-plus years of management expertise and uniquely family-centered approach form the foundation of inspired senior living and compassionate care at our communities located throughout central and southern Indiana.
Bell Trace Health & Living is known for inpatient and outpatient short-term rehabilitation following injury, illness, surgery, and other challenges. Our professional team of licensed nurses, certified nursing assistants, and licensed physical, occupational, and speech therapists is dedicated to bringing individuals to their highest functional level as quickly as possible. [Read More]
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Bell Trace NewsFalling down can be dangerous at any age, but seniors are particularly vulnerable to serious injuries and long recovery periods. According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year one in three adults age 65 and over takes a spill and it’s the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal[Read More]
May 1st, 2015What if it were possible to exercise and stave off aspects of aging without leaving your chair? Wouldn’t it be great to feel better and be more mentally alert without breaking a sweat? Break out the games and turn off the T.V. Researchers have found that people who play some type[Read More]
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Assited Living & Cottages