Frequently Asked Questions

We've compiled this list of Frequently Asked Questions, to help you through the process.  However, if you have a question that is not addressed here, please feel free to call our facility at any time. We're here to serve you!

Who owns Kendallville Manor?
Kendallville Manor is owned by Ide Management Group, located in Indianapolis.  Ide Management owns several successful nursing and independent living facilities in Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin.

Where are you located?
Kendallville Manor is conveniently located near I-69 and State Road 3 in Kendallville, just a few short miles from Parkview Noble Hospital. Our address is 1802 East Dowling Street, Kendallville, IN  46755.

What types of patients do you accept?
Our skilled nurses and therapy departments are equipped to treat a variety of conditions.  Whether you need short-term recovery from a surgery (such as knee replacement), or long-term care for a loved one who is suffering from dementia. A simple call to our facility will help determine if Kendallville Manor is the right placement for you.

What types of activities do you offer?
Kendallville Manor offers a variety of activities to keep our residents content and engaged.  We consult with each new resident to find out their interests and hobbies, so that we can incorporate those things into our activities calendar.

Can I visit anytime?
Absolutely! We encourage family members and friends to visit as often as they like!  It's good for our residents, and we enjoy getting to know the families we serve!

What types of meals do you offer?
Kendallville Manor offers tasty and nutritious meals to our residents, and often seek feedback from residents on recipes they would like us to incorporate into our monthly menu.  We provide specialty diets for those who need it, and also always offer an alternative menu for those picky eaters in the group.

Can I bring personal items from home?
Yes! We encourage residents and their families to bring items from home that will help them transition to nursing home life -- whether the stay is for a few weeks or for the long term.  Photos, a favorite chair, and other items are always encouraged!

Can I bring a pet to visit?
Yes! Research has shown that pet ownership can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, increase social interaction, and increase the length and quality of life in the elderly.  Meet REMINGTON!  Our newest resident and professional pet therapist!  Our residents LOVE to play and interact with him, and he feels the same!  A simple scratch behind the ears, and he's more than eager to dispense doggie kisses!  Feel free to stop by anytime to meet him and tour our facility!