Bridges of Indiana™ has been providing quality services to individuals with disabilities as well as the aging population since 2000. We are proud and excited to share information with you about our services and look forward to working together to make a positive impact on the lives of those around us. If you have any questions about the services we provide, please contact our Director of Intake, Gina Daniels, at 317-334-0400.
Bridges of Indiana™ has created a video presentation to showcase the services that we provide. Please click the link below to view this presentation. After clicking each photo, a video will appear for your viewing. Continuum of Care
State Waiver & Other Programs for Individuals with Disabilities
Bridges of Indiana™ is a provider for the State of Indiana Medicaid Waiver Program
These waivers allow Bridges of Indiana to provide Residential & Community assistance to Consumers:
Community Integration and Habilitation Waiver
Family Supports Waiver
Aged and Disabled Waiver
Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver
We are certified to provide these services under the state waivers:
Personal Assistance & Care
Bridges of Indiana™ also honors these programs to provide services to consumers:
Individual Community Living Budget
Money Follows the Person (MFP) Program
Bridges of Indiana™ has THREE YEAR Accreditation
In 2014, our agency was awarded our second consecutive 3 year Accreditation from CARF! This is the highest of accreditations an agency can be given. The board was very impressed with the compassion and dedication we have for our consumers as well as the drive of our management team to make our agency the best of the best. All of us work very well together here at Bridges of Indiana™ to ensure that our services are of the highest quality and it is an honor to have the accreditation to show it.
This type of service is for anyone living in a family home and is not in need of round the clock care. Bridges of Indiana will provide services in their family’s home and in the community as seems appropriate. This service assists individuals in being independent, and it allows families with children with disabilities the independence and support they need.
Independent/Supported Living Services
This is type of service is for the individual living in an independent setting. This service can be provided in a variety of settings including people’s own homes or supported living arrangements. This service assists individuals in being independent, while reaching all the goals and aspirations that they might have for themselves.
This type of service is to allow relief to the family member who is the caregiver of the Consumer. This service cannot be providing while family members are at work.
This type of service allows us to take your loved one 1:1 out in the community.
Attendant Care for the Aged & Disabled
This type of service involves "hands on" assistance for physical dependency needs of older adults and is furnished in the person’s home in order to allow that person to remain in their own home. Activities include incidental homemaker activities, bathing, grooming, meal planning, prep and clean up, escorting to medical appointments and assistance with correspondence and bill paying. Some funding sources are available; examples are CHOICE, Transitional or Diversional Waiver State Grants and the Aged and Disabled Waiver.
Board certified music therapists encourage emotional expression, promote social interaction, and impress upon the consumers active and passive therapy methods dependent upon needs & abilities all through voice and insturments.
Board certified recreational therapists improve and maintain physical,mental, and emotional well being, reduce depression, stress, and anxiety, recover basic motor functioning and reasoning as well as build confidence and socializatioin skills through play & activities.
Master level Behavioral Consultants provide a variety of interventions and replacement behaviors to highlight the consumer's strengths & needs. Our focus is on the person and the the underlying factors surrounding the challenging behavior;not the behavior itself.
Bridges of Indiana Reports
Click here to view Bridges of Indiana's 2011 Outcomes Report [792kb pdf]
Click here to view Bridges of Indiana's 2011 Accessibility Report [396kb pdf]