Bloomington Hospital provides outreach to surrounding communities, serves as a regional hub of physician expertise, supports training tomorrow's health care professionals and takes on issues such as obesity, lack of insurance, and tobacco dependence through targeted services and programs:
Tobacco cessation program, obesity prevention, child safety (including bike helmets), teen pregnancy prevention, nutrition counseling, senior health services, Hoosier Healthwise, Alzheimer's Resource Service, prevention education & testing.
From website: With professional care centers in Bedford and Bloomington, our short and long-term accommodations include personalized nursing services, specialty Alzheimer's care, and various forms of recreational and physical therapy. We also offer a sophisticated aquatic therapy program, featuring the state-of-the-art HydroWorx 2000 therapy pool.
Provides information about Tourette's Syndrome and referrals to doctors. Sponsors support groups throughout the state of Indiana and conducts in-service programs to school faculties at the request of parents and/or professionals.
Garden Villa Health
1100 S. Curry Pike
Bloomington, IN 47403
The Adult Day Program provides a safe and secure environment while a caregiver is away. Clients have access to many of the same programs and services provided to our residents. Our Alzheimer's Care Center offers nursing services, nutritional meals, stimulating activities, a beauty salon and barbershop, church groups, and even access to laundry services.
For longer-term care, Garden Villa's Advanced Alzheimer's unit provides a quiet, serene environment where residents can receive special care and support. Residents can participate in specialized recreational programs, and our staff can closely assist residents with their day-to-day activities.
Bloomington Hospital's Alzheimer's Resource Center
431 S. College Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47403
Free Meeting the first and third Wednesday of every month from 3:30-5 pm
This group provides information, sharing and support for families and caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease, other dementias, or stroke.
Meetings are flexible and informal; drop-ins are welcome.