HERITAGE WOODS OF NOBLESVILLE

Affordable Assisted Lifestyle and Memory Care Community

Current News

Heritage Herald – June 2021

Heritage Herald – June 2021

Heritage Woods and White Oaks of Noblesville June Newsletter
Poem for Father’s Day
Community Partner My Mobile MD
Reminder, Walk for Alzheimer’s
Lifestyle photos of our Indy 500 Day

Heritage Herald – May 2021

Heritage Herald – May 2021

May Heritage Woods of Noblesville Newsletter Overview
• Mother’s Day Poem from one of our LPN
• Partner in the news Heart to Heart Hospice
• Photos of our Gala Diner on our Life Style page

Memory Care Update

Memory Care Update

Heritage Woods of Noblesville has increased the number of memory care apartments that are available to serve older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.

Heritage Herald – February 2021

Heritage Herald – February 2021

Administrator Heidi Meyers has dedicated her space in the monthly newsletter for our staff to post. This month Kathy Clark LPN has submitted a poem. Lifestyle featuring some of our Residents with their art work.

Heritage Herald – September 2020

Heritage Herald – September 2020

In this month’s addition we have a short bio introducing our new Dietary Manager Curt Austin. You’ll find a shout-out to White River Christian Church for their donation of Quilts for bingo prizes and a reminder of upcoming events. Click the image to read more.

Heritage Herald – July 2020

Heritage Herald – July 2020

This month’s Heritage Herald is filled with helpful COVID-19 information and a lot of changes for Heritage Woods & White Oaks at Noblesville. You’ll also find some fun photos. Click the image to read more.

Heritage Herald – June 2020

Heritage Herald – June 2020

This month’s newsletter features articles from our corporate office as well as a message from our administrator and details on our “new norms”. Click the image to read more.

Additional Precautions Needed to Keep Residents Safe

Additional Precautions Needed to Keep Residents Safe

As we learn more about COVID-19 and the impact it has on older adults, we are taking a proactive approach to keeping our community safe. New precautions include self-isolation for residents, canceling all activities and group dining and restrictions on visitors and any residents who leave our building. Read more about what we are doing to keep residents safe and how you can help.