Asbury Towers Retirement Community, Inc. is located in Greencastle, Indiana, the county seat of Putnam County and home of DePauw University. Greencastle is a small rural Indiana community of 12,000 residents located in the West Central part of the state, approximately 40 miles west of Indianapolis. Asbury has a full continuum of services and is designated as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). Our services include a licensed Skilled Nursing Center, which is certified for Medicare and Medicaid, Towers Apartments, which are licensed Residential and Assisted Living with some apartments available under the Medicaid Assisted Living and Aged & Disabled waivers. To complete our community, we offer independent living in our beautiful Village garden condos.
Asbury Towers Retirement Community, Inc. is a not for profit retirement community; it is related to the South Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church, but church affiliation or membership is not a requirement for residency. All services of Asbury Towers are available to all residents and visitors. Our mission is to provide a safe, secure environment in which caring and compassion is a way of life. Our goal is to provide a lifestyle of satisfying relationships and activities where our residents can live in security and a comfortable surrounding.
Asbury Towers, Greencastle's major and oldest continuing retirement community, is designed to accommodate seniors still active after the age of 65. It seeks to provide security, companionship, and relatively comfortable living accommodations within the confines of a small, but enterprising Indiana city.
Associated with the Indiana United Methodist Church and adjusting to changing lifestyles in the past nearly fifty years by adapting and expanding as resources permitted, Asbury Towers remains small in comparison with for-profit retirement homes in nearby cities. It is not a nursing home, it is not an assisted care facility, it is not a hospital, it is not a day care center for older folks. Rather it is primarily a home for independent individuals and couples seeking to spend the best years of retirement with comfort, stimulation, new and old friends, and creative activity in a middle sized vivacious Hoosier college town.
Our retirement community is “a place to call home” where retired persons can live happily and carefree without the worries of maintaining a home. Members can remain actively engaged in community life while assured of the best of care whenever it is needed. Asbury Towers offers a lifestyle of freedom combined with security.
Asbury Towers is pleased to announce the addition of our memory support Assisted Living center. The Oasis was created for those residents who are living with cognitive challenges due to Dementia or Alzheimer's. The Oasis consists of 13 studio apartments that are specially equipped to meet the needs of these residents. With our person centered care concept, we work with our staff to provide specialized training in the complex area of dementia care and guide them in providing excellence in service. Their goal is to create special moments throughout the resident’s day and help ensure the feeling of purpose and belonging.
Our campus covers three and a half city blocks and is located within walking distance to Greencastle’s historic town square. Our services include a licensed Skilled Nursing Center which is certified for Medicare and Medicaid, Towers Apartments which are licensed Residential and Assisted Living with some apartments available under the Medicaid Assisted Living and Aged & Disabled waivers. To complete our community, we offer independent living in our beautiful Village garden condos.
Our facilities include a forty-eight bed Skilled Nursing Center, twenty-three Village condos which comprise Asbury Village, and three licensed Residential/Assisted Living floors with fifty-four apartments in the Towers.
Additionally, we are situated on the perimeter of DePauw University where our resident can attend classes or enjoy musical and dramatic presentations and a variety of special speakers at the Performing Arts Center.